No, there's no way to lighten dark hair naturally other than sun bleaching. You would just need to be out in the sun a lot and the pigment would become slightly lighter. It wouldn't all get to a light shade of brown however. The ends would lighten faster than the...
1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 22/08/2020
It's possible, if they use products that will help strengthen their hair and make it less prone to breakage.
2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 01/08/2020
I’m not an expert, but I have some experience with hair dye. I’d recommend starting with a base that yellow-y blonde color at the ends of Rosé’s hair. Once you’ve gotten to that point, mix a color that’s part pink and part orange. Dilute the color with...
2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 03/06/2020
of course there is alot of styling and maintanence to achieve that hair.. everyday you need to blowdry and iron your hair, curl it, put on alot of hairspray and who knows what else.
7 Answers · Beauty & Style · 03/04/2020
Because they are like the fucking Gestapo on here except their IQ levels aren't as high average and they are all too dimorphic, Italian, and Jewish to speak proper amounts of German.
2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 22/12/2019
Mousse, hairspray and a hairdryer we did a LOT of hanging our heads upside down, spraying and drying it If you were lucky, you got ready with a friend and you lay on the bed, head over the edge and they dried...
2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 09/09/2019
You cannot lighten your hair without lifting the colour. That means using bleach or another chemical that does the same thing. Colour remover doesn't lift natural colour. They're designed to remove dye...
3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 01/09/2019
Consult a stylist. Use the wrong product, you live to regret it.
1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 24/06/2019