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Manic Panic Flash Lightening 30 Volume Bleach Kit

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Quantity: 1 Kit
Manic Panic Flash Lightening 30 Volume Bleach Kit is a complete maximum hair lightening kit with 30 Volume cream developer.

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  • Dust-free bleach powder
  • Vegan formula
  • Complete kit

The Manic Panic Flash Lightning bleach kit is designed for pre-lightening the hair before application of the Manic Panic semi-permanent hair colors. Everything you need to lighten your hair is included in this kit: dust-free bleach powder, cream developer, mixing tub, tint brush, plastic cap, protective gloves and instructions.

INSTRUCTIONS: The MANIC PANIC® AMPLIFIED® bleach kit is designed for pre-lightening the hair before using MANIC PANIC® semi-permanent hair colors. Everything you need to lighten your hair is included in this kit. Please follow the instructions carefully. Tish and Snooky strongly recommend doing a strand test prior to application. (Take one strand of hair and follow instructions.)

 

PREPARATIONS: 1. Wearing the enclosed gloves, open the bleach plastic bag. Avoid inhaling powder. 2. Empty full contents of bleach powder into the provided tub. 3. Gradually add the developer to the bleach powder in the tub. Using the brush, blend until the mixture is smooth and creamy. Sometimes it is not necessary to use all the contents of the developer. 4. Apply mixture immediately. Do not wait a long time.

 

 

APPLICATION: Hair should be dry and unwashed. Using the provided brush, apply the bleach mixture evenly to hair sections you wish to bleach. All strands should be saturated using the brush or gloves to spread the mixture evenly. Cover the hair you do not want to bleach with foil or a highlight cap.

 

 

DEVELOPING: Use of enclosed plastic cap is recommended through the developing process. The length of processing time depends on the natural hair color. The chart below indicates approximate timing required to bring natural hair to the pale lemon yellow stage.

NATURAL HAIR COLOR APPROXIMATE TIMING:

Light to Dark Blonde: 20 to 60 Minutes

Light Brown: 20 to 90 Minutes

Medium Brown: 40 to 90 Minutes

Dark Brown: 60 to 90 Minutes.

 

Check strand every 10 minutes to evaluate lift. To do so, remove plastic cap and wipe away mixture with a damp tissue. If hair has not reached desired level, reapply mixture as before and continue processing. Do not over-bleach. Bleach can process for about two hours if hair is resistant.

 

 

REMOVAL: When desired shade is reached, take off the cap and throw away. Shampoo hair thoroughly. Rinse thoroughly and towel dry hair.

 

Always perform a strand test prior to full application. Do not apply directly to scalp. Check progress every 10 minutes throughout the process.
BLEACHING POWDER: Potassium Persulfate, Ammonium Persulfate, Sodium Metasilicate, Sodium Stearate, Silica, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Xanthan Gum, Disodium EDTA, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Hydrated Silica.
DEVELOPER: Water/Aqua/Eau, Hydrogen Peroxide, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearyl Alcohol, Trideceth-2 Carboxamide MEA, Sodium Stannate, Phosphoric Acid.
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Manic Panic Flash Lightening 30 Volume Bleach Kit 4.2 5 36 36
excellent quality for my hair So background on my hair, I have fine, thin hair. The last time I used this bleach on my hair it was, well frankly, nipple length with lots of layers and previously dyed a vibrant, level 5 red for 2 years with a month of fading in preparation to bleach. My hair is naturally fairly curly and takes to everything extremely well all while resisting a lot of damage. It also has a lot of natural volume (like 2-3 inches of vertical lift). It can take a lot and look great afterward, however, it did take a considerable damage from some other box bleaches. Onto the review of this bleach, I love it and will definitely keep using it for instances in which I need high lift all over. The amount of product in this kit was certainly lacking, I just barely managed to cover all my hair while scrounging for the last drop to get my scalp. In 45-50 minutes my hair had lifted to a mixture of pale blonde and yellow blonde which I found incredible considering the red dye it had to face. This left my hair feeling extremely soft and healthy unlike some bleaches. Afterwards I toned and dyed the blue I was going to at the time. I will be using this again this year to strip my red again in preparation for silver/grey, but fortunately I chopped all of my hair off so I'll have plenty of product. Tips and recommendations: •This is a bleach, not a toner. You will be left with yellow/brass/orange tones in your hair which, unless you are going a warm, dark demi permanent color you will need to tone out ▪I do not recommend Manic Panic's virgin snow toner, it only works on the absolute lightest strands and you will have much better luck with Wella color charm t18 and a 20 volume developer followed by a deep conditioning after •Absolutely always start with the middle/bottom and work your way up. Roots are closest to the scalp and will process fastest. •mix this in halves; apply the first half, then the second in order to make sure you have fresh oxidation acting on your hair •if you're striving for balayage or highlights I recommend separating with plastic wrap then placing the plastic cap on top. It'll seal the moisture better than foils and you can still blow dry for better processing •wash with a purple shampoo, and if you can use the conditioner from a box dye after you finish your dying process. The more acidic pH will help close the hair cuticle that was opened during the bleaching/toning/dying process. Follow up with acidic masks around a pH of about 4-5.5 in order to get your hair back to its natural pH and help reclose the cuticle shaft to protect the important inner cortex (this will help your color and mosture stay as well) •chances are, if your hair is any thicker or longer than mine you will need a second box •for a thicker hair type and/or darker shade you may want to go with the 40 volume, but be careful as higher volume developers are much more damaging •make sure you are in a very well ventilated area February 9, 2015
Manic panic lightening kit Did not damage my hair as bad as beyond the zone. My hair still came out smooth after and not so much like straw. However, don't forget that will this and any other bleaching product will have to be followed by a deep conditioner for a few weeks. Works great for manic panic colors. March 18, 2014
Best Bleaching Kit Ever I have used several different brands of bleach but never have I gotten the kind of results I wanted until I used this. My hair bleached so well, I didn't even have to use toner. Perfectly platinum hair! I couldn't be happier and I will use this product again! December 17, 2013
An awful experience If you're looking to lighten your hair from brown, enough to dye it a crazy colour this is not for you. You get one shot to do so and the one application won't make a big dent in what you'll need. There was not enough in the kit to do my hair which is about 1/4 an inch past my shoulders and a medium thickness. Easy buy-it-in-one-box packaging is great but this isn't worth it. You could buy the things you actually need for a little more but they will yield better results and cost less in the long run. It also stinks to high heaven! I had a hard time breathing and my eyes were watering like mad. It was miserable. I will say, I did like the colour it made my hair after using but I'm pretty sure I could have gotten that with any other product as well. July 16, 2013
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If I use box due, I only need one box. Is the amount similar to that of less?
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This all depends on three things: length, texture, and virginity. You will likely need two bleaches minimum in order to get light enough, but doing the two separate bleaches with a weaker developer is better than doing a single bleach with a very high developer because you can spread out or bleaching sessions and heal your hair in the mean time. Next, if you have hair above your shoulders you should pretty much get away with one box per session. If your hair is very thin and fine it can be as long as half way down your upper arm. This being said, thick hair at your shoulders may need two boxes for one session. The thicker and coarser your hair is the less length you can get away with. Next, you stated your hair is colored black, so I am assuming you have the dyed portion and then a little bit of virgin regrowth at the root. apply the bleach to the bottom portion of your hair first, let that process until it's about say a nice orange or after around an hour and 15 minutes have passed, then apply some bleach to your roots and let those process for 20-40 minutes. keep checking your hair for lightness and elasticity (how strong/breakable it is) and use personal judgment as to when to wash it. You'll likely only get to a level 7 copper after your first bleach, but the second you should be able to get to a pale or medium blonde. remember to tone and condition like crazy, and wait at least a week, preferably two between bleaching sessions. never overlap bleach onto pale blonde sections due to risk of unnecessary damage.
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I seen people use 40 developer when bleaching black hair.
will a 30 work as well
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30 volume developer is less potent than 40 volume due to lower quantities of peroxide. 30 volume is about 9% hydrogen peroxide where as 40 vol is about 12% peroxide. 30 volume is unlikely, not impossible, to get your hair lifted to pale blonde in one shot, however, it is a bit healthier on your locks--especially if you take it in two bleaching sessions with heavy conditioning in between. You will not get dyed black hair to pale blonde with one bleaching of 30 volume.
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Depends on how light you want to go, depends on the volume.
Also, box colors are harder to bleach, so If you have dyed your hair black, 40 is probably your best bet, especially if you want to get it really light blonde.

If your hair is naturally black, 30 volume will leave more of a golden color. If it's a box color, it could leave it golden or an orange color.

So, if its a box color, 40 vl
If it's natural black, 30 or 40 depending on how light you want your hair.
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Yes, this product will work.
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when you use manic panic hair lightning kit, do you have to use the manic panic cream formula afterwards? or can you use other products.. the color I'm trying to get (medium auburn)manic panic does not carry.
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You can use any brand of color you want after using the bleach kit. This is just hair bleach and, like other hair lighteners, it is just removing the dark (eumelanin) and red (pheomelanin) pigments from the core of the hair. However, if you are trying to go to a medium auburn I recommend skipping the bleaching process and striping the colors you want with excess damage and instead going for a regular box dye. L'Oréal's Féria in R68 is a great neutral red that will look good on most skin tones. If you have very dark or black hair you may want to bleach it or you can find other dyes that are dark to auburn. If you are already lighter than a medium auburn, leave in a vibrant demi permanent red and then follow that with the dye you actually want in order to fill in the missing red tones first. Red is high maintenance because it is the fastest fading color, so wash with cold water at least the first 2 weeks after dyeing your hair. Also don't wash your hair until at least 48 hours after dyeing in order to give your new color enough time to settle in. I hope this helped :)
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No, you can use other brands.

As long as you're happy with your hair after being bleached. You should be fine.
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