London hairdressers specialising in bleach colouring
London hairdressers specialising in bleach colouring
Many people have been dyeing their hair with one colour, but would like to try a different, brighter hair colour.
We would like to explain in detail the bleach colours recommended for such people.
For those who are brightening their hair to the fullest for the first time...
- How much does bleach colour cost?
- What types of bleach are available?
- How long does bleach last?
- Can bleach be done on any length of hair?
- How to take care of bleach colour?
There are many things that first-timers don't understand.
We will provide easy-to-understand explanations so that such people can try bleaching with peace of mind, so please take a look.
What is bleach colour?
"Bleach color" typically refers to the result of using hair bleach or lightener to lighten the natural color of your hair.
Hair bleach is a chemical product that lightens the hair by removing its natural pigment.
This is achieved by breaking down the melanin in the hair shaft.
The result of using bleach can vary depending on factors such as the original color of your hair, the strength and application of the bleach, and the duration it's left on the hair.
Common colors achieved with bleach include
This is a very light, almost white shade of blonde that is achieved by leaving the bleach on for an extended period of time or using a high-volume developer.
This is a lighter shade of blonde that is less extreme than pale blonde but still significantly lighter than most natural hair colors.
This is a warmer, yellow-toned shade of blonde that can result from bleaching.
This is an extremely light and almost white shade of blonde that is often the result of multiple bleaching sessions.
After bleaching, hair can be further toned or dyed with pastel colors like pink, lavender, or mint green for a trendy, fashion-forward look.
It's important to note that bleaching can be a harsh process that can potentially damage the hair.
Therefore, it's crucial to have it done by a professional and to follow up with proper hair care and maintenance to keep your hair healthy.
Remember, the final color achieved with bleach will also depend on the condition of your hair, so it's advisable to consult with a professional stylist who can assess your hair's health and advise on the best approach.
What is merit and demerit of bleach colour?
Using bleach to color hair comes with both merits and demerits.
Here they are
Merits of Bleach Colour
Bleach is highly effective at lightening the natural color of hair. It can take dark hair shades to much lighter tones.
Preparation for Vivid Colors
Bleaching is often a necessary step if you want to achieve vibrant, unconventional hair colors like pastels, neons, or other bright shades.
Bleach provides a blank canvas, allowing for a wide range of colors to be applied afterward. This means you can achieve a variety of looks, from subtle highlights to bold, statement-making hues.
Bleaching can create depth and dimension in the hair, especially when used for techniques like balayage or ombre.
Allows for Creative Styling
Bleached hair is often more receptive to styling products and can hold curls or waves more effectively.
Demerits of Bleach Colour
Potential for Damage
Bleaching can be harsh on the hair, as it strips away the natural pigment. This can lead to dryness, breakage, and overall weakened hair structure.
Bleached hair typically requires more upkeep and specialized care to maintain its health and color. This may involve regular deep conditioning, color-protecting shampoos, and limited heat styling.
Risk of Uneven Results
Achieving an even color with bleach can be tricky, especially if it's not applied correctly. This can result in patchy or splotchy color.
Sensitivity to Future Treatments
Bleached hair can be more sensitive to further chemical treatments, so it's important to be cautious with subsequent colorings or chemical processes.
Potential for Yellowing
Depending on factors like hair type and maintenance, bleached hair can sometimes develop a yellow or brassy tone over time. This may require additional toning treatments.
Growth Regrowth is Noticeable
As your hair grows, the natural color will start to appear at the roots. This means you'll need regular touch-ups to maintain a consistent color.
Remember that it's crucial to have bleach applied by a professional hairstylist, especially if you're considering a drastic color change.
They have the expertise to minimize damage and achieve the desired results.
Additionally, proper aftercare and maintenance are essential to keep bleached hair healthy and looking its best.
Bleached colour styles by hair length.
Short hair ×Bleach colour
Bleaching short hair can be a fantastic way to create a bold and eye-catching look
Bob hair×Bleach colour
Bleaching bob-length hair can create a striking and trendy look
Medium hair ×Bleach colour
Bleaching medium-length hair offers a versatile canvas for creating a range of stunning looks.
Long hair×Bleach colour
Bleaching long hair can result in a stunning and dramatic transformation.
What are the most popular colours using bleach?
When using bleach to color hair, several popular shades and styles have gained popularity over the years.
Here are some of the most sought-after colors achieved through bleaching
This is an extremely light and almost white shade of blonde. It's a bold and high-impact look that requires thorough and careful bleaching.
This is a cool-toned blonde with hints of grey or silver. It's a popular choice for those seeking a modern and sophisticated look.
This warm, golden shade of blonde is flattering on many skin tones and adds a touch of sun-kissed warmth to the hair.
Achieved by bleaching and then tinting with a pinkish-rose hue, rose gold is a trendy and versatile color that combines warm and cool tones.
These soft, muted shades like lavender, mint green, baby pink, and light blue are achieved by bleaching and then applying a pastel-toned dye.
This chic, edgy color is achieved by bleaching the hair to a very light blonde and then applying a grey or silver toner.
Balayage or Ombre
These techniques involve bleaching specific sections or the ends of the hair for a gradient effect, creating a natural, sun-kissed appearance.
This vibrant trend involves bleaching the hair and then applying multiple bright, bold colors in a rainbow spectrum.
Caramel or Toffee
These warm, brownish-blondes are achieved through bleaching and then toning with a warm, caramel hue.
A combination of brown and blonde, bronde provides a natural, sun-kissed look that's achieved through a combination of bleaching and toning.
Icy Blue or Teal
These cool, vivid colors are achieved by bleaching and then applying a blue or teal dye.
Vivid Reds or Pinks
Achieved by bleaching and then applying intense red or pink dyes, these shades are bold and eye-catching.
Men’s bleach colour
Bleached hair is a bold and trendy look for men of all ages.
It can be styled in a variety of ways, from short and spiky to long and flowing. Bleached hair can also be paired with different colors and shades to create a unique look.
How much is bleach colour in London?
the cost of a bleach color treatment in London can vary widely depending on factors such as the salon's location, reputation, and the specific services offered.
To get an accurate and up-to-date cost for a bleach color treatment in London, I recommend directly contacting local hair salons in the area or checking their websites for pricing information.
Keep in mind that prices might vary depending on the specific technique, length of hair, and any additional services included with the bleach treatment.
Here are our price list for bleach colour
MY SNUG ROOM is a hair salon with a hairdresser who specializes in bleach colouring
If you are looking for a hair salon in London with good bleach colouring, come to My Snug Room.