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Lynsey Smith




06 Aug 1994

just an average teen looking for help trying to look attractive :] not one of those angsty teens either, im a friendly person so don't be shy to add me -hugs-
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lynseyface asked:

16 Oct 2009

bleaching hair?

okay so i want my hair to be like bleach blonde by this time next year when i've started college, i know im going to need a huuuuuuge list of products to keep my hair healthy and stuff because i know how incredibly bad for your hair bleaching can be so can anyone tell me what to get thats available in the uk? my hairs light brown and i might be able to get a hairdresser to dye or bleach it the first time but i know you have to dye it a couple of times to get it white-blonde! ooh and any videos that might help me would be muuuch appreciated -^_^-



ahroarah says:

Posted on 17 Oct 2009

okay, so im a hairdresser in the usa... i dont know what they have in the uk... but just going to your hairdresser and telling her exactly what you want is sufficient enough. some people's hair lightens very well and doesn't need to be toned or dyed again. (i was blessed with such hair) other people need toners and need to keep on dyeing it in order for their hair to take the lightener.

remember that your hair WILL be brittle and damaged the first time, so you should definitely look into getting a conditioning treatment from the salon you go to, or a beauty supply store. also, the less you straighten your hair, the better... the more damage that goes into your hair, the more likely you are to chemically cut your hair (aka, fry it all off).

whatever you do, DONT DO THIS AT HOME. if you have any other qs... just message me.


eliselovesninjas says:

Posted on 19 Oct 2009

alright, best way to keep your healthy.

go to a hair dresser, the right way to do it would be to get them to put in highlights gradually over appts., once all the highlights are in and cover your entire head, it will be blonde. if you like the blonde keep it, if not, simply go over it with the overall desired colour.

bleach is to rough on your hair, and you'll regret it, just take it one step at a time :)

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