Is it true that after you've bleached your hair it won’t grow back the same as your color before?
Hair Coloring FAQs - Many people have misconception that hair bleaching can change the natural growth and color hairs. But the truth is when you bleach only effects scalp to the tip of hair and the effect remains only on the present hair.
Nothing you do—perm, straighten, color or bleach—can ever change the way it naturally grows. When you bleach your hair, it affects the hair from the scalp to the tip of your hair. The root of the hair shaft is not affected. Thus, your hair will always grow back in its natural colour and texture.
Bleaching damages your hair by stripping it of its moisturizing oils, making it prone to dryness, split ends, frizziness and breakage. So, it is absolutely imperative to try and put back some of the moisture that has been depleted, so that healthy hair grows back and replaces the damaged hair.
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Source: Onlymyhealth editorial team Mar 15, 2011
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