Lighten Hair Naturally: REMEDY# 2 (Part 1) Ingredients (Peroxide & Baking Soda)




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DrPujasRedDot: Sure liked your video

Unique Tiffy: I Did This About 2 Years Ago & Still Have The Color !!!

Elldwinia English: Will it burn 

AutumnBleuReview: Hi Arisha.  If you take a look at the video again and skip to 4:25 in this video of Part 1, I go over the recipe for the ingredients in the remedy and included suggested ingredient measurements for this as well. 

Arisha D: How Much Peroxide And Baking Soda Did You Mix Together

Stephanie Guedea: Thanks for sharing this video much appreciate it!

me myself ands i: how would you take the coloring out

AutumnBleuReview: To Asia Mendes:  Make sure to added a little extra hydrogen peroxide to your mixture, and please make sure to apply heat to your hair (sit under a hot air hair dryer) in order to ACTIVATE the actual chemical lightening process to the hair.

AutumnBleuReview: To Christina Boitnott:  No, your hair does not have to be wet while doing this process.

AutumnBleuReview: To shaee pretty: Yes, your hair can be wet while doing this process.

AutumnBleuReview: To ChibiKitten: No, this process would not ruin your hair no matter the texture of hair.

Asia Mendes: I don't understand what I'm doing wrong I added the baking soda and hydrogen peroxide these were two things that I've previously had in the house and I'm still not getting any results

ChibiKitten: Would this ruin my hair? I got natural Curly hair

shaee pretty: Can your hair be wet ? While doing this.

Christina Boitnott: Do you have to wet your hair before applying

llagas flor: wow

AutumnBleuReview: Thank you so much Olya Burlay, you're so kind! I'm glad you enjoy the videos and find them to be informative. :-D

olya burlay: Hey I really enjoyed your video, very informative and your good at explaining everything. Also your really gorgeous!!! Don't stop doing what you do cause your good at it

AutumnBleuReview: Any olive oil will do just fine. You could also use coconut oil, shea butter oil, etc. The reason for adding the olive oil and aloe vera is to help protect the hair from the harshness of hydrogen peroxide and baking soda, and to also keep the hair from being stripped dry, and to help condition the hair for it to be healthier through and after the process is done, and to also help create a paste like texture to be able to better apply the active ingredients to the hair more evenly and easier.

giantsintrees: It doesnt have to be extra virgin olive oil does it? Like, any kind will do?

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