You may be familiar with blue, white and violet bleaches available for professional use. On top of that, you can then get bleach that is ammonia-free on in a non-powdered form. On the market today, there's also cream bleach and clay lightening on top the traditional powdered bleach.
Cream bleaches work very similarly to a regular bleaching powder. The difference is that it comes in a cream form with extra additives. The formula often contains things like keratin and argan. These additives help to make for a more delicate bleaching service over traditional methods. It has the ability to lighten the hair up to 8 tones lighter in most brands.
Clay Lighteners or Cream Bleach?
When choosing between lightener vs bleach, there are some scenarios where you might want to lean one way rather than the other. The clay lighteners are better suited to carrying out balayage routines. The texture is suited to freehand techniques as it's not as runny as other forms. However, it doesn't lift as well as cream bleaches so it's recommended to use on lighter hair types.
On average, it will lift between 6 to 7 shades. If you're uncertain the best bleach for your salon, ask our friendly staff and we will be happy to answer any additional questions you may have.
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