Speaking of hair bleaching, it is no longer only possible to go to a salon, but nowadays girls are keener and keener to DIY bleach their hair at home. Bleaching to lighten hair color is pretty common. However, there are some risks to bleaching your own hair, the most common of which is uneven bleaching, which usually leaves us feeling sad and disappointed. So, knowing how to fix uneven bleached hair is an excellent trick to have up your sleeve. In today’s article, we are going to show you how to fix unevenly bleached hair at home.

I. What Makes Uneven Bleached Hair?

 Before we get into how to fix unevenly bleached hair, let’s look at what causes uneven bleaching results.


1. Apply Hair Bleach Unevenly

 Uneven application of hair bleach is a common cause of uneven bleaching results. When you bleach your own hair, it can be difficult to see all of the hair, especially the back, inner, and sides, which can result in uneven bleach application to the point where some parts of the hair are not bleached or are bleached very little, ultimately resulting in uneven hair bleaching.

2. Uneven Mixing Of Bleach

 Another cause of uneven hair bleaching is uneven bleach mixing. If all of the ingredients are the same color, it can be difficult to tell if they are blending well when mixing bleach with conditioner and other ingredients (usually white). When you use bleach that is not evenly mixed, some areas of your hair will be bleached strongly while others will not, resulting in uneven bleaching.

3. Uneven Hair Porosity


 Uneven hair porosity can also have an impact on the outcome of bleaching. Hair porosity is a measure of the ability of the hair to absorb and retain moisture based on the structure of the cuticle (the outer layer of the hair), and it is classified into three types: high, medium, and low. If your hair porosity is uneven, high-porosity hair will absorb the bleach faster than the rest of the hair in the same amount of time, resulting in uneven hair bleaching.

4. Wrong Application

 One of the most common mistakes made when applying bleach is failing to section the hair. If you apply the mixture directly to your hair, it will spread unevenly, resulting in total disaster. If your hair is longer and thicker, tie it in small sections with elastic bands. Start from the lower section by applying bleach on the roots and later on ends. Open the sections one by one, and lastly do the top part. Cover your hair with a shower cap for at least 30 minutes to allow the bleach to do its work.

II. How To Fix Uneven Bleached Hair?

 Above we have explained some reasons that contribute to uneven bleaching results, would you like to know how to fix it? Now, here are a number of ways to fix uneven hair bleaching, let’s take a look at them.

Fixing Uneven Bleached Hair Method #1: Dye Your Hair With A Darker Shade

 If you feel embarrassed about appearing in public with uneven hair color, the quickest and easiest way to help you fix bleached uneven hair is to dye it a darker color like chocolate brown or black.

How To Do:


 First of all, shampoo your hair and let it dry completely. Then separate your hair into sections and use a hair coloring brush to apply the dye evenly to your hair.

 Cover your hair with plastic wrap and leave it for the recommended time (normally from 30 to 40 minutes). You also can check the product instructions for the most accurate time recommendation. Finally, rinse off the hair dye with cold water.

Fixing Uneven Bleached Hair Method #2: Re-bleach Your Entire Hair

 If you are adamant about getting the even color you desire, re-bleaching your hair is a viable option. You must, however, be reminded that you must wait at least 3 weeks after the initial bleaching before re-bleaching. This is due to the fact that bleaching your hair frequently can cause damage, leaving it dry and broken. To avoid dry hair, deep condition your hair in between bleaching sessions to nourish and strengthen the roots while leaving them soft and shiny.

How To Do:

 For the beginning, add the bleach, conditioner, and any products you need to the bowl and mix thoroughly. Separate your hair into sections and use the bleach brush to apply the bleach evenly to your hair. Remember that If you try to rush this process, the results will be uneven. So before you finish the application, be sure to thoroughly cover all of your hair strands. Then wait for about 45 minutes for the bleach to work better and wash your hair and blow dry.

 Correctly applying bleach can help you to attain the proper shade that you are aiming for initially, so it can be a worthwhile process.

*Tip: If you can’t see the inside, back, and sides of your hair, you can have a friend or family member help you so you can better avoid uneven bleaching of your hair. After finish the re-bleaching process, remember to condition your hair with conditioner to make it less dry.*

III. How To Take Care of Hair After Bleach?

 Now you finally got the desired blond look, the next step is to take care of the hair to restore lost oils. Bleach strips hair from its natural oil making them super frizzy, fragile, and dull.

1. Wash Your Hair With Cold Water

 Never use hot water to wash bleached hair, as the steam will open the hair scales and cause further damage to the bleached strands. If you don’t want your bleached hair to get damaged and become worse, then what you need to do is to wash your hair with medium to slightly warm water as this closes the hair cuticle and locks in moisture. After every wash, you can apply Moroccanoil Treatment Oil which is light on the hair. The product is quite popular among hairstylists and celebrities because of its amazing results. Always, apply the oil to a clean scalp as the hair follicles will soak up all the nutrients and protect your hair.

2. Enhance Your Diet

 One of the best ways to take care of bleached hair is to improve your diet. If you want your hair to stay healthy, you can include multivitamins, minerals, and omega-3 fatty acids in your diet, as they promote a healthy scalp and hair, leaving your hair soft and strong.

3. Deep Conditioning Hair

 It is always known that bleached hair can become particularly dry. If you want to improve the dryness of your hair, then the best thing you can do is to deep condition your hair. A deep conditioning treatment can moisturize and soften hair that has been damaged by chemical treatments, heat exposure, etc. It can also improve hair elasticity by restoring moisture, making hair better able to resist stretching and tension, and it can also prevent and protect against breakage. Another way to hydrate the hair is by applying a hydrating mask once every week. This will make hair strands smoother and stronger.

IV. Finally

 Do you know how to fix unevenly bleached hair now that you’ve read this article? If you are currently experiencing uneven hair bleaching, try these methods right away. Furthermore, if you have any better methods, please share them in the comments section.

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