0:43 - What I did to bleach and color?
3:03 - What questions do I need to solve before the appointment?
3:20 - Analyzing the canvas we are working with.
3:50 - What formula to use on dark levels going blonde?
4:02 - Why do you need a pre-treatment?
4:15 - What pre-treatments do I use?
4:32 - Why don't I prefer using conditioners or masks?
4:40 - Using oils as a pre-treatment
5:02 - Why do I prefer Botugen instead of other products
5:57 - What do I do if it was shorter regrowth?
6:30 - Why do I apply on the middle first for super long regrowth?
7:01 - How did I select my bleach?
7:15 - Why I don’t use something thin in consistency?
7:25 - What is my bleach formula?
7:30 - Why I don’t mix less developer in my bleach?
7:48 - What variables are affected when you mix less or more developer?
8:45 - What does Oro Therapy Bleach consistency look like?
8:55 - How long should I leave the bleach on for?
9:50 - How light did it get before I toned the hair?
10:02 - How do you formulate for ashes?
10:57 - What toners am I using on the ends (previously bleached/colored areas)
10:33 - What is my thought process while formulating the next toner?
11:40 - What formula is used on the mids (bleached area that is level 7-8)
12:03 - Why do I tone the root area different?
12:25 - What is the root formula (to blend the natural and warmth to the mids)
13:11 - Why cant I use just one formula?
13:25 - Test strands of each formula on a dollhead
14:36 - Test strands results
17:34 - Test strands dried
17:45 - Final results
17:52 - What to tell your clients for followup
18:20 - What is the plan?
Q: Why did you choose a darker color when you bleached it so light?
A: Ash hair color does not last very long and if you over deposit the ash pigments at first more pigment will stay on the hair when the client washes it
Q: Why did the ends of the hair lift?
A: I tend to add extra treatment or shampoo during processing while I am checking for elasticity, this tends to mix with the bleach slightly and lift out the toner that was there before without damage.
Q: Why did you leave out the roots?
A: The roots get light quickly but if I bleach the roots while doing a complicated processes, it might add an extra hour or two to the appointment. This will make the appointment too long or i would leave the bleach on the mids for too much time and cause breakage.
Q: Why don't you rinse out the bleach and rebleach the roots?
A: Washing the hair will also remove the natural oils on the scalp and onscalp bleach will be very uncomfortable.
Q: What do you recommend for aftercare?
A: I recommend Fanola Fiber Fix Bond Connector to keep the hair healthy and Fanola Free No Yellow Shampoo to keep it ash.
Q: When should the client come in again?
A: they should come in 3 weeks later or after to rebleach.