Apr 16,2019

Every things about Curly hair and Bleach

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Every things about Curly hair and Bleach

For at least two days before going to the salon, keep your hair out of the shower or basin. For most curly girls this is easiest bit of advice – and I bet you can even go longer that two days!

But what you’re doing when you don’t wash your hair is you’re building up a nice layer of natural protection on your scalp from your hair oils.

Having colour applied directly to your scalp can be quite damaging and can be a little bit painful too. So having your natural hair oil protect your scalp is the way to go.

Don’t worry about going in with really dirty hair; it’s better than going in with clean hair – particularly for bleach.

You know how I never tell you to brush your curls? Well, in this case, it’s going to be much more comfortable for you to do it yourself than having someone in the salon do it. Because they will have to before they apply colour or bleach.

If you haven’t been to that salon before, take in some photos to show them what your curls really look like before it’s all brushed out. This will give them an idea of styling your hair at the end of your appointment.

I recommend using a Tangle Teezer or similar brush to smooth out your curls and remove any knots and tangles before you go in This makes it a lot easier (and quicker) for your hairdresser to section and colour your hair, and I know it’s a lot less painful to brush out your own curls than to have an apprentice do it for you.

This is probably TMI, but I would avoid going to the salon at the start of your period.

Like many women, I have increased sensitivity to pain on these days, and while I normally don’t feel anything having my hair bleached, a couple of times I have found it really uncomfortable on these days.

It’s not a reason to cancel your appointment, but it’s just worth mentioning to your hair dresser that you are a little bit more sensitive to pain at the moment and they’ll take more care watching the process and checking that your colour is going smoothly.


Make sure you choose a salon that uses one of these new bond-repairing products when they colour your hair.

Look for names like Olaplex, Matrix Bond, Cureplex and other similar products. Here’s my post on how Plex products work and also my video interview with Schwarzkopf’s National Technical Educator Grant Withnell, who explains it really well too.

I’m not too picky on the brand – personally I like Olaplex and Matrix Bond, but one of these is crucial to protecting your curls.

The salon should mix Step One in with your colour that’s applied to your hair single drawn hair, Step Two is a 10-minute mask, applied either at the basin or you can go back to the chair for it. And you should purchase some Step Three to take home, which is designed to help nourish your curls.

I couldn’t be blonde and have curly hair extensions without plex products.

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