because it damages your hair by taking out some of the natural nutrients and making it really dry....Answer 2
because your hair can get fried Answer 3
no, it breaks off hair.
Because if it damages your hair badly, they are afraid you will sue them.It's another result of frivolous lawsuits and the fear they cause.Answer 5
tell them thats what you want and if the dont do what you ask of them, refuse to pay. try going to a different salon where they are willing to do what you want. if not you could try doing it yourself?
answer mine please http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/ind...Answer 6
The reason they won't do it is because bleach will dry out your hair and actually burn tiny holes in it. If you bleach your hair right at the roots, you'll find that within a few months, a lot of your hair is actually "cracking" and breaking off much shorter than you want it to be. If you leave the single process color in longer, it will make your hair lighter though. Maybe ask them to do that?Answer 7
go to a different salon asap!...they clearly dont know what theyre doing....they arent leaving the bleack on long enough when they do your roots...even if they use a regular color, they can still cut the orange tones with a toner...i would either go back and make them fix it or go to a new salonAnswer 8
For most blondes, regular color should be able to lift enough to give light blonde highlights - or about 2 levels. Bleach is terribly damaging, so most salons will avoid it if they can. So they are trying to give you the look you want, without the damage. Explain, very clearly, when you book your next appointment, that you are looking for dramatic platinum blonde highlights and your hairdresser should understand from that, that they will need to use bleach. If not, look around for someone who takes you at your word.Answer 9
FIND ANOTHER SHOP. I WENT THROUGH THE SAME THING AND ENDED FINDING AN OLDER BEAUTICIAN.. THE YOUNGER ONES ARE JUST PUSHING THE CURRENT TREND OF BROAD LOW-LITES. JUST WAIT LONGER BETWEEN TOUCH-UPS