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Question Posted Wednesday February 2 2005, 9:11 pm

I have dark hair on my arms and I wanna bleach it. Do I sue regualr bleach like the stuff for clothes or what?

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Karen answered Friday February 4 2005, 3:51 pm:
Don't use regular bleach to bleach your arm hair. If you go to your pharmacy, you can find a few bleaches made to dye your arm hairs and it won't do anything harmful to you. Bleaching your arm hairs with regular bleach will actually burn your skin so don't do that. Hope I helped :)

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Sunshine answered Friday February 4 2005, 7:23 am:
No, household bleach will burn your skin. There are special bleaches especially for hair. Check out the beauty supply section of the supermarket or pharmacy.

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XxXHyperGirlXxX answered Thursday February 3 2005, 9:59 pm:
Why do u wanna bleach it, thats stupid! Just leave it the way it is.

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XSugarPieX77 answered Thursday February 3 2005, 9:11 pm:
NO NO NO DO NOT USE BLEACH THAT HTEY USE FOR CLOTHES LOL. Sometimes when people dye ther ehair with bleach it screws it up badly lol. Go to like a haircute person and ask them what stuff you can use just in case.

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Peachgirly answered Thursday February 3 2005, 8:27 pm:
no you'll burn your skin.... go to a store and get this type of hair bleach.

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xXxpinky615xXx answered Thursday February 3 2005, 4:40 pm:
No no no!!! Do not use regular bleach! If you were to use regular bleach it will burn your skin. They make special hair bleach that you can get at Wal*Mart. It comes in these little tubs and you just apply it to your arms or your "Problem areas" I guess you could say, wait a couple mintues or however long it says on the box and wipe it off. Make sure you follow the directions on the box or you could really mess up your skin!! Hope this helped.

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lilchica answered Thursday February 3 2005, 1:46 pm:
use peroxide cuz if you get it on you clothes it wont spot them.and it wont burn.

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mrs_radcliffe answered Thursday February 3 2005, 1:26 pm:
NO! dont that will burn your skin really bad idea go to a doctor or ask your family or some one you trust

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gcfreakadoodle answered Thursday February 3 2005, 11:49 am:
no real bleach would brutally burn your skin go to a drug store and ask someone abou tthe issue im sure they'll no

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emaleekate answered Wednesday February 2 2005, 11:12 pm:
use jolen or sumthing it makes the hair on ur body the color of your skin. its like 8 dollars at drugstores

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XoMegzoX04 answered Wednesday February 2 2005, 10:19 pm:
OMG dont use the regular Bleach you use on your close thats BAD! lol I dont know what to use Exactly ask ur mom or something~!~ XoX Megz

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crazykellie2009 answered Wednesday February 2 2005, 9:33 pm:
noo that will burn your skin DO NOT use that go to a drugstore and ask them what to use and they will help you find what you are looking for

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Teza answered Wednesday February 2 2005, 9:32 pm:
no silly ! l0l you would burn your skin! go to walgreens or something and ask them ppl they will help! x0

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lollypopgurl769 answered Wednesday February 2 2005, 9:26 pm:
No, that'll burn your skin. Go to your local drugstore and ask and they'll tell you what to buy depending on how dark it is. Trust me, they're a BIG help, lol.

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MyPainIsReal answered Wednesday February 2 2005, 9:22 pm:
No you do not use that kind of bleach for that. It isn't a good idea to bleach them anyways so I would honestly embrace your dark hair. It's not good to bleach it.

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