L'Oreal Quick Blue Powder Bleach, 16 Ounce
- Dust-free, Non-Drip concentrated formula
- Quick Blue delivers faster and brighter superior lightening powder with extra strength lightening action that lifts up to 7 levels
- Suited for easy on-scalp or off-scalp application
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The large amount of product is necessary for a big project like this. Very economical! Smells fine! use a mini whisk for easy mixing. The only down side is the blue hides the results a bit and you may be inclined to wash off sooner than you should because it masks the results.
Not sure if I am brave or a fool for dying my hair myself. All colorist I consulted said it couldn't be done for the summer and would fry my hair. This is how I did it and the products I used and the knowledge I gained.
How I did it:
1. Day 1:Started with dark hair, natural color but used boxed dye every month to cover a few grays( color a 2 on the color scale)
2. Day 1: 30 min Bleach bath- lightened 1 to 2 shades( resulting color 3)
3. Day 1:Foils with L’Oreal Quick Blue, 30 developer, Oleplex 1- lightened 3 shades, left on for 45 min( results 6 on the color scale)
4. Day 2: 30 min Bleach bath- lightened 1 to 2 shades (resulting color 8)
5. Day 3: Foils with L’Oréal Quick Blue, 30 developer, Oleplex 1, left on for 45 min- lightened 3 shades( results 10 on the color scale)
6. Day 4: color correction(reds and yellows) with a homemade color correction concoction created by mixing Olaplex 2, Color filler and Ardle red and gold corrector drops( they are purple). Put this mixture on and left it on for 3 hours. Results: Ash color. Then toned it with Wella T-18 left on for 20 minutes. Very happy with the results. I have no hair loss or damage
1. Neutral Color Filler 16oz
2. Olaplex 1, 2 and 3
4. L’Oréal quick Blue Powder
5. Ardel Color correcting drops red gold corrector
6. Wella Color Charm Liquid Toner T-18
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It does leave hair brittle, but once the lift you want is achieved, a dye (even a blonde color) used regularly will help strengthen hair (along with hair dye, a protein filler may also help). Always, always, ALWAYS use a deep conditioner after bleaching with this!
Color lift is a little slower with this brand, but personally I appreciate that it gives me extra time to apply bleach evenly to entire head.
Don't forget the developer!
- I would recommend doing two different bleaching sessions a few days or weeks apart to go from dark hair to blonde, instead of bleaching several times in one day. You'll end up with significantly less damage if you let your hair rest at least a day or two.
- If you have dark brown or dyed black hair, you may want to consider using a 30 volume developer because from my experience, dark drugstore boxed color is pretty difficult to get out. If you have lighter or natural non-dyed hair, you could probably use 20 volume.
- Use a deep conditioner,hair mask, or coconut oil in your hair afterwards to help with any damage. I slept with coconut oil in my hair overnight and it helped with the damage and made my hair softer.
Sorry about the long review, hope it was helpful in some way!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Okay, so I initially really wary of buying this, mostly because of the price and I'd been using box dyes to bleach my hair for awhile before this. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Margo
Will probably find something stronger in the future. Like someone else said...the tub is only 1/3 full.Published 4 days ago by Kate
I still have to do another application but I'm amazed how much this lightened my hair. Went from black, to blonde but want it lighter.Published 8 days ago by E
Mixable with and grade peroxide. This works great and I love that fact it's in plastic and then in a container...with a scoop.Published 8 days ago by jan tetzlaff
Was very disappointed to see such little bag in this huge bucket. But as for bleach itself it works good.Published 21 days ago by Julie T.