HOW TO-Secret to Bleaching Dark Asian Hair SILVER / GREY/ GRANNY HAIR with DARK ROOTS| DIY NINJA

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Sorry for the volume crazieness. Here are the instructions for those who can't hear what I'm saying.

Instructions:
1. Saturate your hair with coconut oil. Leave it in your hair. Do not wash it out.
2. Use Quick Blue bleach with 30 VOL developer, (follow directions on bleaching package) apply bleach onto of your coconut oiled hair. Start from the ends and work towards the roots last. Section your hair for easier application and work from the top layers down. After no more than 1 hour, wash out hair with shampoo and conditioner.

3. Repeat bleaching steps until your hair is the color of the inside of a banana. Depending on what color your hair was starting, this can take a couple bleaching sessions. Use coconut oil before each bleaching.

4. Tone out any residual brassiness with WELLA's T18 with 20 VOL developer. You can add in the color additive WELLA 050 at this point as well to save yourself a step. In the video, I did them separately, but the results are the same. Leave it in for at least 30 minutes. You can leave it in a little longer if you want the color to saturate more.

4. Rinse out the toner with luck warm water and condition only. Do not shampoo.

Disclaimer- I am NOT a professional. I am just sharing the process of what worked for me.

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I am going for the grown out, natural,rooty look here so I don't have to worry about retouching my roots and just grow this out into an ombre
If you don't want this...remember to apply bleach to your hair last as it develops much quicker due to the heat from your scalp.

When washing out the bleach and toner...I used the generic version of SHIMMER LIGHTS PURPLE SHAMPOO from Sally's. This helps tone out brassiness along the way.

All products purchased from Sally's Beauty Supply

Products used:
Coconut Oil
Loreal Quick Blue Bleach
Generic Brand Shimmer Lights Purple Shampoo
30 Volume Developer
20 Volume Developer
Wella Color Charm Toner in LIghtest Ash Blonde T18
Wella Color Charm Additive in Cooling VIolet 050

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