How can you make your hair blonde without the effect of yellowness? Having decided to dye your hair blonde, take note of a few simple yet very important rules that guarantee getting a beautiful and pure color without unexpected surprises.
Rule 1. Don’t perform the hair dying procedure on brittle, dry and damaged hair. To begin with, try to restore your locks with the help of different masks, sprays, fluids, balms or serums.
Rule 2. Don’t forget to prepare your hair properly. If your hair is already dyed in a dark or bright shade, you should wash off the rest of the pigment with the help of special products. We recommend a professional hairstylist to do it for you.
Rule 3. To get rid from the nasty yellowness, feel free to use a hair dye with a cold undertone (either platinum and silver). It will even out the color in a few procedures.
Rule 4. During the procedure of dying your hair in blonde, don’t use objects with metal elements – when interacting with the dye, they form chemical compounds that negatively affect the lightening procedure.
Rule 5. If you have hair of a too dark shade (1-6 tone levels), you should not even try to become blonde right away. The best option is to change the hair shade gradually, using other options of hair dyeing to begin with (either shatush, balayage, or highlighting).
Besides, we strongly recommend all blondes use Bond Angel Plex Effect Step 3, which is a Bond Fortifier Home Care Treatment, after the procedure. The formula contains the same professional hair protection and treatment ingredients as the main Bond Angel product line. It's easy to treat, nourish, strengthen, and protect hair for the longest possible period.