How often should you wash your bleached hair?

Is it bad to wash bleached hair everyday?

Don’t wash your hair every day

Over-washing is seriously damaging for your hair, especially when it’s bleached. When you wash your hair every day it strips out the natural oils and proteins that you need to keep your hair and scalp healthy, so that combined with bleach can lead to dry, unhappy hair.

What happens if you don’t wash your hair after bleaching it?

A hair stylist reveals it to you. Ideally, you should wait 48-72 hours to wash your hair after bleaching. This way, your hair will regain its natural moisture. If you don’t wait at least 48 hours, your bleached hair will end up drier, more dehydrated, and more frizzy.

How long does it take for bleached hair to go back to normal?

If your hair was 25 cm before bleaching, it’ll take about two years to return to normal, assuming your hair grows 1 cm per month. If your hair was 50 cms before bleaching, it’ll take just under three years to get it back to normal, assuming your hair grows 1.5 cms per month.

Does coconut oil help bleached hair?

Yes, coconut oil is good for bleached and blonde hair. How often should you use coconut oil for bleached hair? You can use coconut oil for damaged and bleached hair once every week to help reconstruct your hair strands and regain their luster.

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Does going blonde stop hair growth?

It’s no secret that bleach breaks down the natural protein in hair, making it more susceptible to breakage — in fact, the higher the volume of bleach applied to your hair, the more likely it will break off, ensuring that your hair (at least the bleached parts) won’t grow.

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