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Topic Title: pics attached...coloring a blonde front dark is the only way i get a result im happy with
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Created On: 11/20/2016 08:04 AM
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 11/20/2016 08:04 AM
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Baldee73
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I have tried numerous times over many many years to bleach dark knots .

And i have destroyed many systems from over bleaching .

And i taken a couple of pictures at a wedding that i was at and i thought i had bleached the hair line of my 1b system enough.

after checking the pictures on my phone which is a Samsung S7 which takes pretty good pics i was pretty dissapointed in the results i saw in my hair line.

you can tell the difference with trying to bleach 1b knots to blonde

and coloring blonde to 1b

it just gives you a much softer hair line, in the summer its a pain in the ass cause the sun fades the color pretty quick but the resluts are much nicer and natural with a blonde front

the 1b system i had the bleach applied 1.5 hrs total 2 different times

I use developer and bleach powder so its very strong but those dark knots just do not want to go blonde !! lol

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Edited: 11/20/2016 at 08:11 AM by Baldee73
 11/30/2016 08:48 AM
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Looks fantastic!

I agree, and I am also a 1b but found it to be too difficult to keep the color from fading every week and the constant coloring was too time consuming for me.
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