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  • Bleach TV turns lockdown dabblers into hair-dye pros
  • Bleach TV turns lockdown dabblers into hair-dye pros
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Bleach TV turns lockdown dabblers into hair-dye pros

While some people took an extended break from hair maintenance during lockdown, others got more experimental, trying out shades of pink, orange, and blue. As lockdowns continue, Bleach London has launched a series of digital guides to help people maintain and master their DIY hair-dos.

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