Dye-ing 101

This page is — still — under construction.*


  1. Plan when it’s going to happen. Most probably before you take your bath (after you missed it for 2 – 5 days)
  2. Don’t wash your hair for 2-5 days before bleaching
  3. Be sure to do a lot of research about hair toning before the actual bleaching
  4. Ventilate the room
  5. Remove your earrings (all other metal things on your head and body)
  6. Use plastic (or glass) tub and brush for mixing (no metals, my friend)
  7. Use gloves (plastic/latex)
  8. Part your hair to sections — smallest possible sections.
  9. Comb your hair while the mixture is on your hair (to even that application out)
  10. Leave for about 20-30 minutes (maximum 45 minutes or you’ll end up frying your hair)
  11. Check from time to time: if lifting is taking up
  12. Wash and rinse hair *thoroughly* in running *cold* water
  13. Apply generous amount of conditioner and/or oils in your head.


What you need to have, ALL TIME:

  • Plastic bowl (or glass, as long as it is not metal)
  • Plastic brush (or tinting brush)
  • Plastic comb
  • Gloves (buy a box!)
  • Old [news]papers or rugs/towels, etc.

Hair Bleaching:

  • Hair Developing Cream
  • Hair Bleach (may come from the form of powder or cream)
  • Toner (god of removing brassiness) or alternatives
  • Toner developer, if needed


  • Conditioner
  • Hair Mask
  • Deep Conditioner
  • Oils: preferably Virgin Coconut Oil





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