Pin 1shares Some of you may not know, but in high school I was known as the girl with rainbow hair. Typically, bleach is pretty bad for your hair — it strips your hair of its natural color and lightens it to a lighter, often whiter color. In order to get highlights, bleach is used. In order to have rainbow hair, bleach is definitely used! And with the crazy-amount of bleaching I did on my hair, you would think my hair would be virtually nonexistent. One of the ways I protected my vibrant, rainbow hair was by using the right bleach to get it that way: Jolen!
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Jolen Creme Bleach 30ml
Pinterest There's probably only one person we'd trust to create a legit tutorial on how to highlight hair at home: Kristin Ess , the stylist and colorist behind Lauren Conrad and Lucy Hale 's always-perfect hair. If you want to know the secrets behind successfully pulling off DIY highlights without looking like a Sun-In victim, Ess has a few key tips that will safeguard your hair should you attempt to highlight it yourself. Here, Ess' best advice.
Credit: Jason St. Angelo, The Huffington Post "It's just hair! Sometimes, it doesn't feel like just hair. Whether it's a bleach job gone bad, a color mix up, or having your stylist run out on you mid-dye, sometimes dreams of changing your look can be more like a nightmare.