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QUESTION: Hey when I was little I used to have blonde hair but now I'm 14 and I want to get my hair blonde again I want to make it like Ross lynch's hair I've researched and found that if I put Leno juice in my hair it will make it lighter but how much lighter will it make it and if I want to dye it should i bleach it first then due it the color I want by the way I'm a guy thx my hair is also like a kind of lighter brown and it is about 3 inches long

ANSWER: Hi Luke,

Lemon juice will NOT work. It will only make your hair an orange color. Ross Lynch's hair is a bleachy blonde and the only way for you to achieve that is to bleach your hair with a lightener. If you go to any beauty supply they will sell you a powdered lightener with a developer that will help you to get to the color you want.

Be careful when doing this, if you don't leave it on long enough, your hair will look like an orange, leave it on until your hair looks like it's  pale yellow. Once the lightener is on the hair, it can take up to an hour or more to achieve the desired results.
All the best to you dude!


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QUESTION: Hey thx for the other answer but what would be the best kit or lightened to get


The best of anything is up to opinion. This is what I like if you can get your hands on it through an online store.

Here's several..

you will need to purchase some 20volume developer, mix it so that it looks as thick and creamy as mayonnaise. apply it on the hair and leave it on until you get the blonde you want. NO MORE THAN AN HOUR!

Good Luck!

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