Blondering, do you go for beautiful blonde hair or do you just want something different? The sun often makes us feel better, and therefore also want lighter hair.
Bleaching the hair, you think you are getting a color ... but what you are actually doing is bleaching your hair. In other words, you remove the pigment from your hair, which will result in light colored hair. Especially if you want to go from very dark to a light color, for example from black to a beautiful red shade, you must first bleach or decolorize. When you say blonde, most people immediately think of beautiful blonde hair, the reality is different. Blonde powder is really used to decolorize the hair :)
There are various bleaching powders on the market, the most striking are the white bleaching powder and the blue bleaching powder. What exactly is the difference between these 2 types, and especially what is the result?
A white blonde powder is used to create a warm shade of blonde and the blue blonde powder is used by the hairdresser to create a cool blonde look. Or of course another cool color, because once again -> bleaching powder is used to decolorize and not necessarily to create blond as a color.
Looking for qualitative and professional bleaching powders that are white in color? We have listed a number for you:
Still looking for a very good blue bleach to decolorize hair? Take a quick look at which top 3 blue powders are absolute must!
The most sold bleaching powder at the moment has to be the Violet Bleaching powder from BLONDME. Fanola's Violet Bleach is also an absolute high-quality bleach.
If you are going to bleach, or decolorize, you also need hydrogen peroxide. There are 4 types in the market, namely 3%, 6%, 9%, 12%. Sometimes there are also other variants, such as a 1.5%. This is a kind of demi variant, this creates a kind of flushing.