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So, You Want To Bleach Your Hair? Here‘s What You Need To Know First.

06-Apr-2021
By URFAVARIES

Before bleaching your hair, there are a few things you should know first so that you wouldn‘t end up wanting to shave your entire hair off. Every hair is different, but here are 5 general rules you should keep in mind: 



1. Prepare Your Wallet

Bleaching after-care will suck the life out of your bank account, let's put it out there first and foremost.  While there may be cheaper alternatives out there, professional treatment products can really go a long way.

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source: Dermstore


2. Mentally Prepare Yourself For The Drastic Change

Unfortunately, there's nothing you can do to avoid damage if you do decide to bleach your hair. Your hair structure might get altered, and you might find it a bit coarse to the touch. But with a little bit of TLC, it can be manageable. 

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source: Byrdie


3. It Could Cause Slight Discomfort

It burns, yes. Your scalp may feel like it's going to fall off, but that's actually quite a normal sensation when you bleach your hair. Tip: If you're a woman, avoid making an appointment on the first day of your period if possible, as you are particularly more sensitive to pain during this time. 

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source: Harper's Bazaar 


4. Don't Wash Hair Too Frequently

Good news! Bleached hair requires less washing. Why? Too much of it can strip your hair of moisture which can make matters worse if you're trying to keep your hair healthy. 

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source: Vedix

5. Only Commit To It If You Can Handle The High Maintenance

Bleached hair requires frequent trips to the salon for monthly treatments and re-dying every 6-7 weeks to maintain its looks. If you don't feel like shying away from the commitment, then go on ahead. 

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source: Beauty Insider Malaysia

Dyeing your hair is fun, but it does come with some precautions. Don't let it scare you, though! Different colored hair can bring out different personalities and looks in you so there's no harm in experimenting. 


At the end of the day, you can always grow it out. 


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