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Bleaching is an oxidation process that lifts the original hair color to lighten the color of your hair. With this process, bleaching chemicals penetrate the cuticle and degrade existing hair pigments, thus removing the original color from the strands. The oxidation process breaks down the pigment that sits in the cortex, turning your hair white or colorless. In general, bleaching kits contain bleach in a powder form and a cream developer with hydrogen peroxide that must be mixed with bleach to activate it.
The outer hair cuticle needs to be lifted to allow penetration of bleaching solution into the hair shaft where it removes the pigments already present in your hair. During the bleaching process, the hair color changes gradually and depending on your natural color, may go through many stages of brown, red, orange, and yellow before reaching a white-blonde shade
Unfortunately, bleaching agents don’t only affect color molecules in your hair. The bleaching process also weakens protein bonds, making the hair brittle and more fragile than normal. The hair’s natural keratin is weakened, resulting in structural damage to the hair.
Bleaching strips your hair of its natural oils that keep it protected and moisturized. Bleaching chemicals can weaken the cuticle scales, leaving the inner core of hair exposed and prone to moisture loss, which also leaves your hair feeling dry and scratchy.
Bleaching is a harsh process which can leave your hair overly dry, brittle, frizzy, inelastic, susceptible to tangling, and more prone to breakage, static, and split ends than previously.
If you have been thinking about bleaching your hair, it is always better to consult a professional, especially if your hair is on the darker side. After the initial transformation, you can try to save money by touching up your roots at home.
However, if you bleach your hair at home, be aware that bleaching is a risky and time-consuming process that requires the use of proper techniques and the right tools to avoid long-term damage. Here are a few helpful tips before you start.
Prismax moisturizes and helps protect dry/damaged hair while repairing damaged cuticles. In preparation to bleaching hair, apply Prismax Hair Botox two weeks prior to build up moisture in the hair. Two weeks after bleaching, reapply Prismax on your hair to moisturize and protect your hair from drying out. Continue to reapply Prismax monthly for preventative maintenance.
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