Bleaches available in the market come with many fancy tags such as fruit bleach, organic bleach, natural bleach, golden bleach, herbal bleach, and now this “healthy bleach”, but all bleaches basically have hydrogen peroxide and persulphates which work chemically to treat and bleach hair. Oxybleach is available in varying quantities starting from one time use to multiple uses pack. For trial purpose, I got this 9 g pack, which costed me Rs. 30.
Oxybleach comes in a sky blue pack with a small tub containing the bleach cream, an even smaller container with the blue bleach powder, a spatula, and a sealed packet containing pre-bleach cream.
This small pack for one-time use contains 7 g bleach cream, 1 g powder activator, and 1 g pre-bleach cream.
There is an instruction leaflet, which comes along with this pack (which I have misplaced), which details about doing patch test and for how long to keep the bleach. Since, I have really sensitive skin, I chose to keep the bleach only for about 10 minutes.
Okay, I want to get my hair to a light blonde color. I have dark brown hair with some dark orange streaks in the front. How much developer should I mix in the bowl? And I have two packets of Loreal Quick Blue Bleach powder (the girl at Sally's said I should use two). How long do I leave it in...