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Straight bleach in hair


Question Posted Saturday July 15 2006, 10:02 pm

Will pure bleach used on clothes damage hair if I was to bleach my whole head?

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orphans answered Monday July 24 2006, 9:30 am:
uhh yeah it would make your hair fall out, id stick to hair bleach

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x_woah_me answered Sunday July 16 2006, 2:20 pm:
YES ! It's bad for you hair, and in some cases can make it fall out. I would stick to hair bleach :]
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Brandi_S answered Sunday July 16 2006, 12:06 am:
Ok, so I will tell you I have been coloring my hair since Junior High, and I'm 28 now.

I was once curious about what would happen if I used Clorox bleach on my hair, so I cut a lock of my hair and soaked it in a dish filled with bleach for about 30 minutes. Sure glad I didn't try it on my whole head! The hair just desintegrated... it was awful!

Some people have used peroxide to blonde their hair, but generally it just turns it orange.

You could get a blonding kit and bleach your hair that way. But generally after you use a kit, you then have to choose a blonde shade and dye it afterward. Bleaching your hair damages your hair greatly, causing it to be dry, brittle and have split ends because blonding kits and blonde hair dyes contain high amounts of peroxide and amonia.

I would suggest going to a salon and having it professionally done to prevent as much hair damage as possible.

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xOx_BRUN3TT3_xOx answered Saturday July 15 2006, 11:15 pm:
Yes it can damage your hair really badly, all of your hair can fall out.

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sassysara answered Saturday July 15 2006, 10:27 pm:
Yes it would damage your hair big time. It may even cause you to lose some hair. Most drugstores that sell hair couloring kits also sell one for bleaching your hair its made with peroxide.

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