Contact Author Source White hair can be absolutely beautiful, but it takes a lot of work to get there. With the proper care, precaution, and upkeep, you can manage a white that would make Draco Malfoy jealous! Chances are you're going to need a lot of lightening. Unless your hair is already a fair shade of blonde, you're going to have to split this up over multiple bleachings. Damage to your hair is virtually inevitable, but, if you take care of your hair through the processing, you can minimize it.
Platinum Blonde Hair: A DIY Guide | Sutton and Grove
By Kelli One of the number one questions I get asked by people is how I get my hair so white without damaging it. Well, I'm here to share my secret, which is actually not a secret at all. If you're anything like me, you like it platinum. Maybe even channeling your grandmothers grey—yes, I said it. While that might sound a little extreme, I wanted to share my process and extend some helpful tips on keeping your platinum locks looking bright and beautiful. My sister is the brains behind this "operation". She's a licensed stylist and has been doing my hair for years.
The first thing you need to do is get a little bowl of coconut oil, warm it up a bit and they comb it through your hair with your fingers or just a normal comb. Make sure your hair is fully coated. Part your hair into four sections like I have shown below. You could probably get it a bit neater than I have below… ha I did mine quickly. I do two rounds of 20 volume developer bleaching, and what is shown in the picture below is after my first round….