At some points in our life, we somehow want to go platinum blonde so bad. However, a great number of strands more lightly may be damaging to you by teasing your hair, especially if you don’t know what to ask, how to prepare your hair or how to take care of it late. As a result of the expansion of COVID-19, trade shows around the country will be closed down for the foreseeable future.
To help you out, we talked to celebrity hairstylist and hairstylist Kristin Ess to find out exactly what you must know before you bleach and how to maintain hair health until your next visit at the salon.
1. Be realistic about platinum blonde hair
No matter what, the platinum blonde is going to damage your hair to some extent. Sorry about that. Your hair has to go through many toxic and strong chemical process (hydrogen peroxide or bleach) to be as lightened as possible.
2. Step Away From Google
You’ve found 20 dollars of “non-harmful” and “magical” bleach on the internet? RUN. “You get what you pay for when it comes to bleaches, 100 percent,” says Ess. You want to use higher quality, cheaper bleaches with nutritive additives, like Brazilian Bond Builder, to help preserve the health of the hair.” “Not everything is the same.
3. Find a Really Good Colorist
The best way to bleach your hair is to find some experts who have precious skills and knowledge about hair structure, as well as the products applied to your hair. Therefore, if you can, wait until the quarantine is over and make an appointment with a good colorist.
4. Invest In Purple Shampoo for your Hair
Yeah, no one said platinum is low maintenance or low-cost beauty, but if you want your gloriously blonde hair to look less like a snapshot of MySpace early on and more like a commercial Blake Lively hair, use purple shampoo. Shampoos and conditioners consisting of purple pigments help to counteract the crazy tones of blonde hair.