Question: Can you lighten already bleached hair?

Because it’s not designed to! Hair dye is created to simply add color to your hair, not to lighten or remove color. … To lighten your hair, not only do you have to wait until the hair molecules shrink, but depending on how light you’re looking to go, you may also need to “strip” away your hair undertone.

How can I lighten bleached hair without bleaching it again?

Fortunately, there are four much safer ways to lighten your hair at home without the risks of bleach mishaps.

  1. Sunshine. Your hair will lighten on its own when exposed to UV and UVA rays. …
  2. Lemon Juice. “My favorite way to lighten hair is lemon juice and sunshine! …
  3. Chamomile. Yep, just like the tea. …
  4. Vinegar.

How soon after bleaching hair Can I bleach it again?

Repeated bleaching is not recommended since you’re putting yourself at risk of overprocessing and breakage. If you do bleach again, make sure to wait 3 weeks to give your hair cuticle enough time to heal, close and lay flat again.

What happens if you bleach already blonde hair?

Bleach is very damaging. Further bleaching already processed hair can fry it, causing it to look frizzy & break off. You might end up having to cut it all off if it doesn’t go well.

Can I put Ash blonde on bleached hair?

To apply an ash blonde on bleached hair, you need to bleach your hair to levels 8 or 9. Then, you need to choose the hair color that matches that level of lift, for example, 8.1 and 9.1.

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