Asked by Anonymous Anonymous
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One option is to continue getting heavy highlights. If you go to a salon, they can tone your hair after bleaching it to get it to the color you want. So say your hair comes out a little brassy or orange and you want platinum blonde, they can tone it to make it a lighter blonde.
I wouldn’t recommend bleaching your entire head because the strands of hair that are already blonde from highlighting will not only become really damage, but they will possibly come out a lighter blonde than the rest of your hair because they were previously bleached. Your best bet is to have a hair dresser do heavy highlights all over. Again, if it doesn’t come out light enough or it comes out too light, ask for them to apply a toner. I hope this helps!
Asked by fucckthisshitt fucckthisshitt
Is your hair natural red or colored that way? If it is colored red, and you go lighter, you may have some trouble because of how hard red is to get out. It could turn out orange. But that’s just if it’s colored red. You could get highlights to begin with to ease your hair into going blonde. Bleaching your hair all over will be pretty touch on even the healthiest hair. You may come out with some breakage. With your skin and eye color, you’d probably want to go either platinum blonde, or more of a honey blonde if you wanted something more natural. I would just stay away from anything to yellow or orange, because that may wash you out. There is really no way to prepare hair for how harsh bleach is. But you can try to at least make it a little stronger and healthier than it is now. Do a deep conditioning treatment at least once a week. Try to condition your hair everyday and don’t shampoo very often. It strips your hair of its natural oils and can dry it out even more. You can also take Biotin. It promotes the growth and healthiness of hair, skin, and nails. Also, use a heat protectant whenever you use a hot styling tool. That will really help with the dryness. You can also try a leave in conditioner that you can put in after you shower.
Asked by youngb1ood youngb1ood
I think a blonde color would look great with your skin tone and eye color. Actually, that is basically my skin tone and eye color, haha. And I have almost platinum blonde hair. I would go for a platinum blonde or a light, honey blonde. Try to avoid a blonde that is too orange or yellow because that will most likely wash you out. I will post some pictures of examples!
Asked by we-irish-run-seattle-deactivate we-irish-run-seattle-deactivate
Coloring your hair a rich orange/red would look really natural on you and also make your eyes pop. I have a friend that isn’t naturally a red head, but she has fair skin and blue eyes. She colors her hair orange/red and it just looks so gorgeous on her. And it wouldn’t be far off from your natural color, because you already have some reddish tones in your hair.
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Asked by Anonymous Anonymous
If it is too orange, it will not lighten to the honey blonde that you want. I would start with heavy highlights and gradually they will cover most of your head after getting them retouched once or twice. At a salon, they will be able to get the highlights blonde enough so that they can then color them honey blonde!