Bleach Bath Hair with Coconut Oil
A bleach bath hair with coconut oil is one of the best ways to remove any unwanted color from your hair.
This technique is done by applying a generous amount of coconut oil to the hair followed by covering it with various substances, including clay, banana leaves, or aluminum foil.
We’ve put together this handy guide on how to do a bleach bath hair with coconut oil so that you can get back to your natural color without any fuss.
How to do a Bleach Bath Hair with Coconut Oil?
Remove any unwanted color. If you want your hair to return to it’s natural color, trim the desired length and apply the bleach bath hair with coconut oil method.
This is done by applying a generous amount of coconut oil to damp hair.
You can also choose to use various substances that will act as a barrier between the bleach and your hair, including clay, banana leaves, or aluminum foil.
Clay, banana leaves and aluminum foil will help to reduce the time required to remove unwanted color.
Mix a bleach bath. Once you’ve removed any unwanted hair color, you can mix up your own bleach bath hair with coconut oil.
This is done by adding the amount of bleach that you desire into a bucket or large bowl of warm water. You can also add some lemon juice for extra bleaching power.
Rinse the hair. Once the bleach has been added to the water, pour out most of it.
Replace your final amount of water with warm water or another method to reduce any damage caused by the bleach.
After rinsing your hair, make sure to rinse off all of the soap and color from your hair with cool tap water.
Cover the hair with foil. Once the hair has been rinsed with cool water, you can move on to covering it.
This is done by applying a generous amount of coconut oil and various substances, such as clay, banana leaves or aluminum foil to the hair.
Be sure to leave each substance in place for at least 20 minutes before rinsing it out with cool water.
Shampoo and condition. After the bleach bath hair with coconut oil is complete, you’ll want to shampoo and condition your hair.
This is done in the same way that you normally would, using Protective Hair Color Shampoo and conditioner.
You can also rinse your hair with cool water after shampooing to reduce any damage that may have occurred during this process.
Rinse the hair. After drying your hair, rinse it once more to get rid of any residual bleach trapped within it.
This is done by applying shampoo again to the hair before rinsing it once more with cool water.
After you’ve rinsed your hair with cool water, you can do a deep conditioning treatment to restore any moisture lost during the bleaching process.
Choose a color. After rinsing out the bleach bath hair with coconut oil, you can choose a color for your hair.
This is done by mixing up the amount of protective coloring that you desire into another bucket or large bowl of warm water.
Apply a color treatment. Once you’ve decided on a color, you can apply it to your hair by pouring the mixed coloring into the hair and leaving it in for 20 minutes.
After 20 minutes have passed, rinse your hair with cool water to remove any residual product.
Shampoo and condition. Once you’ve removed all of the leftover coloring, you can shampoo and condition your hair as usual using Protective Hair Color Shampoo and Conditioner.
Style as usual. After shampooing, you can style your hair as usual using a styling product of your choice.
This is done by applying a generous amount of styling product to your hair and using a hair dryer to help the product set in place.
Styling products that contain protein are excellent for helping to rebuild any strength lost during the bleaching process.
Repeat this bleach bath hair with coconut oil process as many times as you like.
You can repeat the process in order to remove additional unwanted color once or twice a week.