Why Does Bleaching Damage Your Hair? Bleaching raises your hair’s outer cuticle to allow the bleaching agent to fully penetrate. Repeated bleaching can permanently raise your cuticle, which allows rapid and continuous loss of moisture from your strands.
What happens if you bleach all of your hair?
The chemicals in bleach can permanently alter the texture of your hair, especially if you bleach frequently. Most commonly, fine hair becomes thicker, rougher, and drier — but everyone’s bodies respond differently, so it’s also possible for your hair to become straight, curly, frizzy, or insanely brittle.
How many times is it safe to bleach your hair?
You shouldn’t bleach your hair more than once every 8 to 10 weeks because hair bleaching can lead to chemically damaged hair. It’s important to understand that hair bleaching is a very harsh process for your hair to endure.
Can I bleach my entire hair?
According to Bodt, you should never use any type bleach your own hair at home — even if it’s just a root touch-up. “I have heard so many horror stories about clients of mine frying their hair by attempting to just touch up their roots,” says Bodt. “Bleach is very strong and can go wrong if you aren’t careful.
Can I bleach my hair 3 times in a week?
Technically, you can bleach your hair more than once in a day. It’s not something I would really recommend to someone doing their hair at home. Only because I would feel terrible if they fried their hair and it became mushy or broke off.