Men's celebrity hair inspiration! In this tutorial we show you how to get platinium blond / white hair. Haircut & styling by Slikhaar Studio.
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Bleach color - 40min with 60deg (home color takes longer)
Tone Color: 5-10min
Silver shampoo (Purple shampoo)
Sides: 0-6 mm
Top front: 7 cm
Top center: 5-6 cm
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☆ By Vilain Sidekick
☆ By Vilain Dynamite Clay
Music by: Mathias Vilain
Emil & Rasmus Vilain Albrechtsen
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he look way better with his natural hair color. why would anyone wanna put all this toxic chem in there hair to begin with.. no wonder ever1's getting cancer these days but i could care less the less stupid people on the planet the better.. VHEMT
How much time does it usually take? I have long hair, and have been bleaching it to silver for a few months now. I want to keep the colour, but despise the maintenance and time it takes to bleach by segments. it usualkyvtakes up to an hour just to retouch the roots, another 2 for heat and toner, ending at a total of $130 USD (the starting price is $60). I dunno how salons generally work, but would it also cost less, and take less time?