The Ultimate Dyeing/Bleaching Preparation List

13th August 2010

Do you ever start bleaching or dyeing your hair, then realize you forgot something, take off your dye-covered gloves to get it, then come back and realize you’ve stained the sink just by putting the gloves down for that minute? Even if you haven’t, I’m sure you can make use of this list. I know I will because there’s always something I forget before starting my bleach or dye sessions. So here it is: a complete list of absolutely everything you’ll need to do before you start bleaching or dyeing your hair! Preparation: Know exactly what you’re going to do, and HOW you’re going to do it, before you start. Impulsive bleaching or dyeing can be hard to resist, but if it’s not thought out, it can lead to hair disasters. If you’re unsure how to go about getting the look you want, ask around on the HairCrazy forums, then plan out your process. Also, remember to bleach or dye your hair evenly. For bleaching, don’t bleach all one side of your head and then do the other; by the time you start the second side, the first strand you bleached will be yellow, and your hair will look very uneven. For dyeing, make sure you know which side, which area, and which layer of your hair to do first. Doing things in the wrong order can lead to bleeding colours and a bad dye job! Once again, if you don’t fully know how to do a good bleach or dye process, ask on the forums. It’s worth the wait!

Now gather the rest of your necessary ingredients: I hope this covered everything you need to have a successful bleaching or dyeing session. You can never be too prepared, so always plan before you start making your hair look awesome!

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