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samigore asked:

05 Jun 2009

should it be bleached first?

im dyeing my boyfriend's hair blue towmrow.. and im just curiouse if i should bleach it? he dosn't want it too light of a blue sooo whatya think?

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jasm1na

jasm1na says:

Posted on 05 Jun 2009

i would say to just dye it without any bleach.

Bleaching hair can be hard to mantain (you have to dye every time it fades away, it may also cause the color to appear lighter) especially with lads, they dont want to fuss with their hair alot!

sweetrose

sweetrose says:

Posted on 05 Jun 2009

When you bleach it, it actually makes the hair dye look lighter then expected. i don't think it's necessary to bleach it. If you want to go ahead and do it anyways get a darker head dye.

gbpkid

gbpkid says:

Posted on 05 Jun 2009

SAMI GORE DONT LISTEN TO THIS. BECAUSE THE BLUE PIGMENT WILL NOT COME OUT BRIGHT BLUE ON HAIR, KINDA LIKE A BLUE TINT ON BLACK HAIR. YOU WILL NEED TO BLEACH IT FIRST, IT MAY GO GINGER; BUT HEY YOUR GOING OVER IT.

AND IDK WHY IM DOING CAPS

BUT BOTH THE FIRST GIRL HAS SAID NO TO BLEACH ON EVERYONES! D: PLZ DO IT WITH BLEACH D:

and put pics up of it afterwards :D

ily xx

sweetrose

sweetrose says:

Posted on 05 Jun 2009

Hahah oops Hahah I'm soooo sorry for the bad advice. I just though my older sister did the same thing and it came out really light. Good luck though =)

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 06 Jun 2009

be careful with bleach it's kinda harsh and can really damage your hair



like that girl below said in all CAPS on another question

she had to bleach her's in sections because she didn't want to damage her hair she did it over time, she didn't dye her's all in one day



i would say go to a salon and get it blonde and tell them what you're planning on doing with the blue, wait a little while (ask the styliest about a good time frame) and then dye it blue



it's safer and better for your hair if you don't do it all at once



and you can get a darker blonde that way so the blue isn't as bright and light as if you just bleached it white/blonde at home

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 06 Jun 2009

i read this off a page you can just submit blue for pink lol



but they have done it so it's gotta be ok



How to add pink highlights or dye your hair pink with chemically treated hair.



The process of changing dark hair to a vibrant pink can sometimes be a tricky one. If you have naturally dark hair, the process can be easier than if you have chemically treated dark hair.



Chemically treated dark hair does not hold bleach as well as naturally dark hair.



Make very certain you know what you are getting before purchasing the dye. Try to find images of the hair dyed on a regular person. I often use google.com to make sure someone else has used the product before I try it on my own hair, just to make sure I’m not getting ripped off. I personally recommend getting Paul Mitchell’s Ink Works. Since you will be dying it pink, I recommend getting their Red hair dye. For some reason, this dye turns pink instead of red.



You don’t need an expensive lightener or bleach, especially if you have chemically treated hair - as this will become expensive. You can even use one of those five dollar blonde hair dye kits that come in your local pharmacy or grocery store.



Follow the directions in the box of the bleach. If your hair seems to have not lightened enough, leave it in for up to ten more minutes, but no more. Even if your hair still looks dark, you can always work with it more later.



On bottles of Paul Mitchell’s Ink Works, there really are no directions, so I recommend putting it in your hair for 20 minutes or longer until the hair is the color pink you want. If you have a bottle that comes with specific directions I recommend following them.



For only highlighting pieces of hair on your head, separate the strands you wish to be pink before you bleach your hair. Pull through a cap and keep them separate from your dark hair and bleach those strands. When you go to dye it, it’s okay to miss and get the spots next to the highlights. I recommend even covering your whole head. If your hair is dark, the pink won’t show up one bit on the pieces that you are not attempting to dye.



Wash your hair in lukewarm water when you are done processing your hair. Follow it by conditioning with the deepest conditioner you can afford. Deep conditioners help lock in the dye and keep your hair silky and smooth and prevents breakage later.



If you feel your hair didn’t get the brightness you wanted it when you dyed it, a little more work is required. When your roots start to show or the pink fades after two to four weeks, bleach your hair again. If you do this, it will brighten up the parts that were a bit darker before without damaging your hair. Dye it pink again, and keep following this process until you have your entire head of hair the color you want.

amaay

amaay says:

Posted on 06 Jun 2009

i would say bleach it, and choose a dark dye to go over the bleach if he doesn't want it too light. :]

kootiibootii1396

kootiibootii1396 says:

Posted on 07 Jun 2009

If it's dark hair it probably won't show up if you don't bleach it.

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