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The best methods for your mad At-Home colouring experiments



The best methods for your mad At-Home colouring experiments





Bleaching: the toughest first step
Bleaching hair at home is a risky thing if you’ve never done it before. Leaving it on for too long can damagyour hair and make it fall out. We recommend getting this part of the process done by a professional, in a proper salon.


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A less dangerous and damaging alternative to bleaching exists. However, this process is time-consuming and requires patience. While you can use bleach for this method, this process is much gentler on your hair. To do this, you need to mix baking soda with developer. Developer comes in different volumes, so you should choose the concentration depending on the thickness and colour of your hair. For the average Indian brunette, a concentration of 30 volume will do, while most salon professionals suggest going lower, with a 20 volume developer to be on the safe side.



The actual method involves mixing baking soda, developer, and a white-coloured conditioner. The ratio for the mix is four spoons of conditioner with three spoons of developer and one spoon of baking soda. After mixing, you apply it as you would apply hair colour. Wrap this up in foil, and check after thirty minutes. Your hair will have lightened.
You can re-do this method in a week, and lighten your hair further if your hair isn’t too damaged from the first attempt. However, the number of times you can repeat this depends on your hair quality, and how light you want to go.

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