1) You will wanna get rid of your weft 🙁
Because your hair will be very damaged from bleaching, your (possible) pre-existing hair extensions will just weight them down even more in the beginning. So it’s kinda better to leave them out for a bit. Which basically means: shorter hair #1.
2) You should trim your hair 🙁
Your hair ends will be poor. Damaged, broken, ugly, curled, burnt. O.o – yes, all that. You will wanna trim them to the point where your hair will look at least remotely healthy. And this means: shorter hair #2.
3) You’ll have to bleach the crap of out your hair 🙁
If you want it platinum, you’ll have to bleach several times, and re-bleach, and go through hidious orangey-brassy-yellowy stages, and get a bunch of toners in blue & purple to cover those streaky warm patches of hair, and grab a tone of conditioner. Bulk packaging. Result: long-term dry hair, that are (ironically!) very hard to blow dry because of the moisture & water they wanna retain, split-ends, and fine, thin, porous hair, prone to get wavy (as oppose to nice sleek smooth hair) very easily when damp.
4) You could get very shocked 🙁
It’s a HUGE change – even if you’ve previously had a headful of highlights and seemed / looked properly blonde to yourself – whole head platinum is something else. You might look bold, old, or fat. Your makeup will need some changes, and so will the outfit. Not saying it’s all bad, just… very different 😉
5)You shouldn’t change it for a while… 🙁
Speaking of changes, you should later on remain with this look for quite some time – even if you hate it :/ As I said, it’s a radical change, a big damage to your hair, and you should definitely let it recover before doing anything too drastic to it again.
Buy hey – still wanna go blonde, or at least lighter?
Try the easy, washable, non-damaging temporary method with blonde hair chalks! It’s a cheaper solution & a much more fun one! Plus, it’s kids-friendly, environment-friendly, and you won’t have to hold your breath when applying it 😀 Chemicals-free is the way to go!