When your hair is perfect and it’s all one color and you look in the mirror and you see the back of your head, there’s like one little spot that’s, like, darker than the rest or, like, yellower than the rest. And it’s the worst because you have to go buy all the stuff over again just for that one little stupid part. It really does help to have someone with you. They don’t have to actually do it with you when you’re done just have them look around your head and just make sure you got all the little parts. It is sucks if you have to go buy all the stuff again just for little part. You’re going to want separate your hair and you’re going to want to start at the ends first. It’s kind of weird when you bleach your hair because usually with color you want to start at the root first, you want to go down. But obviously the hair at your root is going to be newer or more virgin than the bottom part of your head. I don’t know if that makes sense. I’m just trying to make it to the most kindergarten level, so everyone can understand.
Not that you all are stupid, but you know! You want to start at the ends or you don’t want to start exactly there, you want to start more like about an inch away from your root. Because your roots are going to develop and they’re going to be bleached a lot faster than the ends of your hair. So you’re going to want to put on the bleach at the bottom from, like, your root. Like an inch away from your root down first. And when you’re all done with that, then you put it on your roots. And also, you don’t want to put it on your roots first because bleach on your roots and on your scalp hurts a lot. Especially if you do it first and you let it sit there for a while, you’re going to get a chemical burn, and those aren’t fun and they give you dandruff. And it’s going to hurt a lot. So you’re going to want to keep the bleach off your root for as long as possible. That’s why you want to do the bottom half of your hair first and then do your root. So, after you do that, you’re going to want to wait about 45 minutes to an hour depending on how blond you want your hair.