Another technique that you can use for tie dyeing is bleach dyeing, which is pretty much a reverse dyeing technique, so instead of adding color, you’ll be wanting to remove color out of a colored fabric. For bleach dyeing you can use plain bleach that should be as simple as possible, so it’s in its most concentrated state. I’ve already prepared my fabric by folding it in accordion style both ways and then it’s gathered together with rubber bands and I also presoak it, so it will receive easily the bleach.
I have been working with bleach dye ever since I saw this tutorial– the results are fantastic and I can’t thank you enough! However, I do have a couple of questions…
I like to visit your website. You really give me a lot of interesting things to share. First time to see the Bleach Tie Dye. That’s looks fun and interesting. Everyone can create their own arts by following this guide.
I may try it.
Waiting for more interesting things.
However, I have noticed that my hair has become much more dry, which was one of my initial fears. Because of this, I went to Ricky's and bought , which I use once a week to keep my locks looking healthy. Deep conditioning leaves my ends feeling much happier and helps keep my roots healthy, especially since I have to re-bleach and dye them every month or so.