People have been asking this question for years. How can you bleach wet hair?
The answer is that it’s not possible to bleach wet hair. Bleach needs to be in contact with the hair for a certain amount of time, and will need to penetrate through the cuticle and cortex layers of your hair shafts, so even if you were able to dry your hair quickly enough there wouldn’t be any active chemical left on the surface of your skin or scalp.
If you want your hair to be lighter, ask for a toner or clarifying treatment instead. A toner will remove the pigments from your hair
this is why it’s also sometimes called “hair stripping” and provides much more of an instant result because all those pigment particles are removed in one go.
You don’t need any time with a bleach on wet hair; just brush it through until dry and get that cool sun-kissed look! People have been asking this question for years:
can you bleach wet hair? The answer is no, as there isn’t enough active chemical left on contact with the surface of our skin or scalp to do anything when applied to damp strands. If you’re looking for lightening