How to Correct Orange Roots When Bleaching Hair Blonde?

Answer Orange roots are a result of using a hair color and developer that was not strong enough to lift your hair past the orange stage. This typically happens when those with black or dark brown hair att... Read More »

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Asked for "natural blonde" highlights and now have white-blonde roots and slightly orange hair?

Your hair won't fall out from dying it again, but the color matching will be difficult. Take care with this.

How to Prevent Overlapping When Bleaching Roots?

Touching up your hair color as your roots grow out is a daunting task to undertake at home. if you miss spots, they will show. If you overlap fresh bleach onto previously bleached hair, the hair co... Read More »

If my hair is dyed red, and I wanted to put a blonde streak in it without bleaching...?

the cosmotologist is right if you want a blonde streak you cant make it blonde without using bleach which isnt good so i suggest going and getting a blonde highlight done at a salon my hair is dye... Read More »

How to Color Blonde Hair Roots?

Coloring your blonde hair is a fun way to update your style and change the way you look. Maintaining your new hair color at home means touching up your roots to avoid re-growth that will show the c... Read More »