You will need
  • solution for bleaching;
  • - vaselin or oily cream;
  • - a cotton swab or sponge;
  • - gloves;
  • - vinegar solution or lemon juice;
Remember that you can't bleach clean hair. It is best to do it in three or four days after you washed the hair. In this case, the natural layer of fat will serve as a protection for the scalp.
A solution of bleach should be prepared in ceramic or glass dishes, in any case not in the metal, otherwise the connection of the metal with oxygen will give a reaction that will ruin the result. The degree of concentration of peroxide should be different for different hair. The thinner hair and parisee its structure, the less concentrated needs to be peroxide. To lighten up thick hair, use the peroxide from 8% to 11%, and for fine take solution of 3 or 4 %.
Before the color coat the forehead at the roots of the hair and whiskey and neck with vaseline or any thick greasy cream. This is necessary in order not to burn your skin. The mortar should be applied with gloves. If the hair long, it is necessary to divide them into partings and apply the solution on the entire length starting from the tips. Short hair color from the roots using a cotton swab or sponge. It is not necessary to wrap the head as when painting, since the temperature of the solution can burn the hair and skin.
If you need to lighten only the roots, then this should be done very carefully. You can apply a dense structure, trying not to fall on the painted part of the hair, otherwise it is possible to spoil hair. Another way is to carefully spray decolorizing composition with spray. This can be done once a week before washing the head. Then you will always be careful dyed hair roots.
Black hair is difficult and even dangerous to lighten in one step, so the process of bleaching is best done in several stages. If you try to do it immediately, wanting to achieve the maximum effect, that is a big risk to mess up the hair, especially if they have thin. Better stretch the process of bleaching in a few weeks, every time you lighten a couple of shades.
The average procedure time is twenty minutes. But it is approx. It all depends on their length and structure, the concentration of peroxide and the desired effect. As destaining solution is very harmful, it is necessary to monitor how it affects your hair. Check every minute for damage the structure of hair. In case of any change immediately rinse.
After coloring, wash off the peroxide with water, and then rinse the vinegar solution or water with lemon juice. This will help to clean up the remains of alkali from the hair and a little to restore them. If you are unsure of your abilities, then better do it in the elephant from an experienced master.