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lilly

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What's a nice scalp bleach for a one off application ? I Its for my son....he decided to bleach his beautiful aubun hair when I was away and used MY blue powder and 40 vol !! Yes it blistered but now he wants his regrowth touched up, obv needs to be online
 

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Blondor soft blonde creame bleach is one of my favourites. Check out chris and sons, I ordered some stock from there and it was a very reasonable price. Although most powder bleaches are safe to use on the scalp with 20vol.
 

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Blondor soft blonde creame bleach is one of my favourites. Check out chris and sons, I ordered some stock from there and it was a very reasonable price. Although most powder bleaches are safe to use on the scalp with 20vol.
Hi! I think you helped me before with my sons hair ! He still prefers the grey... It looks flipping awful on him !
Anyway I found some scraps of blue bleach and stuck it on with 6% he's got some crap from schwarzkoph live to put on after but because his hair is now so porus I'm thinking of mixing it with 3% instead of what they include? Nothing he puts on holds because it's over processed.
 

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Hi! I think you helped me before with my sons hair ! He still prefers the grey... It looks flipping awful on him !
Anyway I found some scraps of blue bleach and stuck it on with 6% he's got some crap from schwarzkoph live to put on after but because his hair is now so porus I'm thinking of mixing it with 3% instead of what they include? Nothing he puts on holds because it's over processed.
I thought the situation sounded familiar with "my son bleached his hair while I was away" lol
If you have 1.9% that'd be even better. For future a direct dien will obviously be the best option if his hair is extremely porous. Would you happen to have a pirosity equaliser?
 

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I thought the situation sounded familiar with "my son bleached his hair while I was away" lol
If you have 1.9% that'd be even better. For future a direct dien will obviously be the best option if his hair is extremely porous. Would you happen to have a pirosity equaliser?
Yes it's the same son I didnt have any equaliser but I did have 1.9....surprisingly it came out pretty even, and I did an inch of a darker grey on the roots, luckily his gf is saying she prefers his Nat colour so fingers crossed this will be the end of it
Thanks for your reply x
 

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Yes it's the same son I didnt have any equaliser but I did have 1.9....surprisingly it came out pretty even, and I did an inch of a darker grey on the roots, luckily his gf is saying she prefers his Nat colour so fingers crossed this will be the end of it
Thanks for your reply x
Did u use the 1.9 with the live colour ? How was it I’m thinking of doing same as I have the same issue
 

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