Castor oil is a great product to use on your hair, but you should know that it can have a negative effect if you are trying to bleach your hair. This article discusses the pros and cons of using castor oil before or after bleaching.
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is castor oil safe for blonde hair
Castor oil is also not good for bleached hair because of its high acidity content which can cause damage. I suggest using jojoba or olive oils instead as they are lighter options that won’t give off such an oily sheen but still moisturize strands well enough
If you want to apply Castrol Oil before bleaching your locks, make sure that this part is done first when doing any kind of pre-treated routine for lightening up locks. If not applied beforehand, there may be an issue with fading as well as muddying in tone which will cause dullness in color. When applying castor oil ahead of time, avoid contact with scalp too much so as not to block pores from absorbing anything else during treatment
What is the easiest way to remove castor oil from my hair?
Castor oil is a sticky, viscous substance that can be hard to remove from your hair. Here are some methods for removing castor oil:
-Soak up the excess with tissue or paper towel. You may need to use more than one if it is very thick and greasy
-Use of olive/jojoba oils could help break down the castor oil so you can rinse it out in the shower
-Conditioner will work as well if not better (if you want an easier option) because conditioner also coats strands but won’t leave residue like other sorts of products might do. The downside however, is that this process takes time since a lot of rinsing would be necessary to make