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Hi
I have dark black hair and I decide to create a fundamental variety in my hair color. I have never dyed my hair and it has always been black.
But now I decided to lighten my hair blonde. In the searches I did and asked my friends, I realized that I had to bleach my hair to lighten it.
On the other hand, I am worried that bleaching will cause my hair to turn white. Because I am only about 30 years old and I don't like my hair to turn white soon and stay white.
Although in the comments of the salons https://www.beautster.com/cat/haircut-style/womens-haircut/ that I read that bleaching does not cause permanent whitening of the hair, but I am worried about this issue and I want to know your opinion that you have experienced bleaching.
Please advise me if you have done bleaching.
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Yeah, bleaching is definitely not good for your hair. I think you should take some vitamins and maybe hair care products like those on Canada drugs which you will surely find helpful and working for your hair. Good luck with it, hope you will find my reply helpful to you :)
 

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Bleaching will damage your hair because it raises your hair's outer cuticle to allow the bleaching agent to fully penetrate. Repeated bleaching can permanently raise your cuticle, which allows rapid and continuous loss of moisture from your strands.
 

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Well, I think that bleaching will damage your hair anyway. However, how much your hair will deteriorate depends on what product you use and whether you do it yourself or consult a specialist. In my opinion, you can minimize damage as much as possible or even eliminate it by contacting a professional colorist. I color my hair exclusively at nwcollege.edu. I often experimented with hair on my own, and a couple of times, it was unsuccessful. Now I visit only a beauty salon. If I continued in the same spirit, I would have remained bald a long time ago.
 

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I did bleach my hair from a dark brown till it turned into a platinum blonde, and I don't recommend you at all. It didn't cause my permanent hair bleaching; however, it made my hair. After some months, more than half of my hair was gone, and I searched for Hair Transplant Clinic in NYC in the hope of saving my hair. Luckily, I did this procedure, and I still have hair in my head but don't listen to any packaging or specialists that tell you that they aren't toxic for your hair. It's a huge lie, and every product you use to color your hair will damage your natural hair.
 

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I have so many tips for you since I've been bleaching my hair for a long time. Most important tips are keep the bleach formula moist and hot for it to develop faster. Make sure you tone your hair after with purple or silver shampoo or toner.
 

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You’ve decided to bleach your hair, but it’s not like you can just swing by the colorist right now, given the ongoing pandemic. It is best to Bleach NATURAL HAIR that has not been colored or bleached before. Use an OIL BLEACH With two Activator Packettes and 20 Vol. Creme Developer for up to ONE HOUR per session and allow 24 to 48 hours to elapse between Bleach applications.
 

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I bleached my hair once. I did it myself at home and burned all my hair. Since then, my hair has been undergoing a long recovery, and I have been trying to grow it. It's actually very difficult. I bought GOLD LUST SHAMPOO. I made masks every week. To be honest, this shampoo has done wonders because my hair already looks really good. If you still decide to bleach your hair, it is better to entrust this matter to a professional. The damage will not be so serious. Maybe it will not even happen at all. Don't miss the extra $100. Otherwise, you have to spend a lot more money on hair restoration.
 
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