Jessica Siler: If Carrie underwood and Emily osment were to have a baby.....
Tormented Sugar: cool i'll try this <3
Amber F: So even though this striping color method might dry ur hair out some like u
said, I assume it is not really as drying or damaging as bleaching ur hair
if I am correct? I like ur personality by the way. Ur so calm, bubbly, and
down to earth. I like ur sense of humor too! (:
jaiden carmichael: I live in washington too :o
Jennifer LoveBug: You're so cute
Iris G: You are so cute I swear! You need to make more videos!!
sylkev: oh my please get to the point!
Caitlin Rios: this absolutely RUINED my hair and i had to cut INCHES off DONT LISTEN TO
Maryna Ream: Omg I'm from the Seattle area too. Loved ur vid! Giving my hair a little
bleach bath to go blonde. I will send you a vid response! It's true that we
don't get enough sunshine!
Jewel Estlick: Thank you so much for making this video!
Pk Bluz: Your videos are awesome!
Lexi Lee: You are so pretty!!! im jealous lol but you should make more videos cause
you have a chill personality and your awesome!
Jayms Madison: aw cute vid
TheLivvieLove: This will work on extensions?
DIANA NELSON: aww..you are too adorable! thanks for the information. a must try for me.
ma1k3n: I tried using a blue dishwashing soap and some of my hair turned green :/
strangerUVtheflowers: natural my ass lol
larshedin007: Thanks for this! I wasted my money on that Color Oops crap. I'm hoping this
Jakelin Vega-Anaya: Iu look like Emily Osment
ETHIOLOGIST1: Any chemical treatment has the ability to make hair courser, (what one
thinks is dried out) because the treatment "ruffles up" the scales of the
cuticle layer. Chemicals cause the cuticle layer to raise up and it doesn't
always go flat, again. Conditioners just wax over the cuticle layer to make
it appear smoother, hence more shiny. Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine
Leave-in Conditioning Cream is the best over-the-counter product I've found
for restoring hair health, elasticity and moisture.
Laura Dominey: OH, and both times I used Emergen-C (Strawberry flavor) \
ETHIOLOGIST1: This concoction would seem to work ONLY if the color you want to remove is
a single-process, semi-permanent color. The bright colors that require
stripping or bleaching the hair before you apply them are often
semi-permanent, meaning they eventually wash out. Several washes with
Johnson's Baby shampoo will strip it, too. If the color on your head was a
mixture of color and developer, that is a permanent color and will need a
color-stripping product to open the hair cuticle to remove the color.
Michael Monster: u look like a tumblr girl
bethanylennon14: Would this work if my hair is brown? Cos I really want my natural hair
STARPHIA: I wander if it works for red hair dye. I do have both of those I have the
raspberry vitamin C packet. And dish soap
Chastity Raymond: Omg you live in Washington!
ETHIOLOGIST1: I understand your thinking regarding neutralization, ie mixing alkaline and
acid...high values on either side of the neutral zone will cause softening
of the cuticular layer. I suspect it is the natural bleaching ability of
citric acid at work, (which is why I explained the lemon-juice thing) and
the cleaning capability of dish soap, which is not always alkaline. Either
way, this mixture will not work to totally strip permanent color, BC it
cannot extract deposits of color in the cortical layer.
Peached Whale: The thumbnail looks like ellie goulding haha
zaazi123: I'm sick of dying my hair and its making the skin on my face go really
red... am gonna try this ..... hope my hair colour will look half as good
as yours does
Ashley Lyn: I applied it with baking soda one and without baking soda twice. I also
washed my hair with Head and Shoulders and deeeep conditioned. (:
mimimartinez1998: Ur so perfect
moonmothh: how is that an insult? ellie goulding is perfection
jetblackkitty: You remind me so much of Pixie Lott :D
Samantha Ramirez: You remind me of Ellie Goulding (:
Ashley Lyn: I did this and added baking soda. It takes out so much colorrrrrrr.
ETHIOLOGIST1: Lemon juice applied to dry light brown, auburn or blonde hair will lift
hair color, naturally. All it needs is a plastic cap and some heat from the
hair drier. Wash out afterwards; it stops working when it dries. It is a
very subtle lightening, so don't expect drastic results...it brings out
highlights. Put lemon juice in a spray bottle and spray on your hair when
you go to the beach. Forget the plastic bag! After several applications and
sunshine, it lightens quite a bit.
Janel elorde: Btw do u think this'll strip dyed black hair?????
Jenelle h: i love your hair!
Kylee Wells: Okay um You are to freaking gorgeous Im so jealous!!!!
bianca Brainard: Dude you talk too much in the beginning just get to the point
Victoria Perea: OMG your gorgeous
Sleepy Weepy: Oh, all right. That was really well-explained. And I just realised that if
both of them have colour-stripping abilities but form (perhaps) a
neutralised solution, it shouldn't dry the hair out that badly. Thanks!
SimpleeJessica R.: wow i'm sooo going to be doing this
teresai: so what colour was your hair before you did this? ... would this work to
help strip black hair dye from my hair?
Leah Cross: your face almost looks a little like Emily Osments :)
nocturnal oba: you remind me of dakota fanning
Joanna Choi: u're so fun that i subscribed! for real, keep it up girl! i did mine with
conditioner witch it did less damage BUT just made the pink go lighter,
so...i did it again and then got really dry, but it worked so whateveer lol
just put the mask to "regenerate" the hair and gets brilliant and soft and
beautiful yay, bye!
Teknmas k: same 8D
AshllleeyB: Does this work on black hair?
JelloAtTheDisco: Great video! I live I Washington as well. :)
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