Hair strippers are chemical treatments which are intended to strip out artificial color pigment with less risk or damage to the hair. Furthermore,hair stripping rarely proceeds evenly,resistant red pigments may be left’ behing to give unsightly streaks in the hair shaft,
Alkali strippers leave the hair in a very dry state.
Although creams are included in the stripper itself,they only help prevent excessive hair damage and not really condition the hair.Often grey hair treated with the so called hair restorers contain metal salts or often lead sulphide which darkens the hair.
With this dyed hair,even metal strippers are not effective.So what exactly is hair stripping? The bleaching product used in hair stripping makes the hair more porous (spacious) by raising the sulphite levels,which allows the color to be removed.
Depending on the color you’ve dyed your hair and the natural color you’re trying to get back to, hair stripping can take multiple sessions in order to strip the color completely.After a hair stripping session, the hair typically becomes an ashy blonde or auburn color.
Hair stripping is seen as harmful on the hair because of the intense products used.If you decide to go through with the hair stripping process,be prepared for excessive hair conditioning and deep conditioning treatments.