For the procedure of decamerone (bleaching) hair at home with salon terms used so-called washes. Modern acid preparations do not contain ammonia and therefore does not damage the natural pigment and the cuticle. Removal of color occurs in more sparing mode.
In fact, acid remover does not discolor the hair, and just draws from them a coloring pigment. But still the procedure of decamerone cannot be considered safe because of the deletion adequately resistant synthetic paint. Are popular natural washes, which are often used in the home. They cause minimal damage to hair.
The most popular natural absorbents are considered as almond, olive and burdock oil. Usually to oil is recommended to add a little brandy or beer and apply on hair for three hours. You will then need to carefully wash away the mixture with shampoo and rinse decoction of chamomile. Also rinse amiss water with lemon juice.
To mute the intensity of the color is often used a natural wash of yogurt. In principle it can be replaced with the yogurt. Remover is distributed over the entire length of hair and left for about an hour and a half. This procedure is best repeated several times in a week for maximum effect.
The principle of wash hair
When using acid or natural wash for hair, you can see the process opposite to the staining. Components which are part of such funds, penetrate deep into the hair. There, they break the connection between the structure of the hair and the molecules of the coloring means. The result is a colored partition of macromolecules into the original dyes. Usually part of any paint is from 2 to 6 such dyes.
Molecule wash-like envelop dyes, with the result that the latter is simply washed out of the hair structure. This is the principle of operation of any wash. Usually to achieve good effect we have to repeat the procedure decamerone repeatedly. Color removed three tones after each use wash.
More effective is considered a deep pickling, made in the cabin. This procedure uses a fairly aggressive paint strippers containing chemically active substances.