What Are The Differences Between High Lift Hair Color And Bleach? The first (and perhaps the most important) difference between these two is that while bleach can lighten your hair from anywhere between 3 to 8 levels, high lift hair color cannot lift pigment and lighten your hair more than 5 levels.
Is high lift better than bleach?
High lift hair dye only lightens. It doesn’t remove any pigments. And if your hair is brown, and you want to lighten it up to five shades, I advise you to use a high lift hair dye. It’s less aggressive than bleach and adds color to your hair while it lightens it.
How can I lighten my dark hair without bleach?
Fortunately, there are four much safer ways to lighten your hair at home without the risks of bleach mishaps.
- Sunshine. Your hair will lighten on its own when exposed to UV and UVA rays. …
- Lemon Juice. “My favorite way to lighten hair is lemon juice and sunshine! …
- Chamomile. Yep, just like the tea. …
Can you high lift twice?
Thanks! Sorry if that’s not the answer that you wanted but you cannot use high lift twice. You’d have to lighten, tone, and then apply the desired color.
How many levels can you lift hair in one session?
It is recommended to go not more than four levels up in one session. After two-three weeks, you can go four more levels up to get the lighter hair shade of your choice. Going drastically from dark to lightest can fry your hair and make it dry, brittle, and weak.