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Colour B4 Extra - Colour eraser “Packaging may vary”

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You are going to apply your semi permanent colour onto wet hair – I know it probably says dry but ignore that! Step 2: Warm hair with hairdryer and apply the mixed colour remover onto clean dry hair , from root to tip. I was shocked to see the product had indeed worked, despite there being no visible colour residue in the water during rinsing.

Theonlythingiregretisdyingmyhairstraightawayasiputadarkblondeonandittookmebacktothecolouriwasbeforeistrippedit! It Allows You To Re-Colour Hair Directly After Use, However It Is Advised To Allow Your Scalp And Hair To Rest 1-3 Days Before Re-Colouring.

Colour B4 Extra Ultimate Hair Colour Remover Is The Safest And Most Effective Way To Remove An Undesirable Hair Colour. Ithinkyoucandyeoverhairthat'susedColourB4asmyfrienddidso,howeveronlysemi-permanentotherwiseitwillturnBlackwithpermanentdye. If you don’t have much colour build up or the colour you are removing isn’t too dark you could probably get away with the normal strength.

Update - 1st wash in and hair still feels fine - but I did pre condition it before just washing the roots (normally just wash roots) Also hair has gone lighter - less red. My ROOTS are lighter, which is the natural colour of course but that's only about a couple of centimetres worth of dark blonde, the rest is the colour it was before I'd started.

I’d probably do a conditioning treatment (Regardless of condition) say 2 washes before the colour you are putting on. I'm planning on applying a little more leave in conditioner at some point but otherwise my hair feels pretty OK to me, not as dry as I feared. And thanks :) the colour wasn’t awful I’d just never seen my hair that light before so it was a bit of a shock! Maybe if your hair isn't in great condition - get it into a healthier place so there's minimal damage to your hair.

If however you want to recolour all of it by all means do, but check it at regular intervals, just scrape a little colour away from the hair with your nail and have a look at the colour to see if its right for you. hi Gemma, just remember when it comes to the colouring part to go it on WET hair, you can run a little conditioner through too even out any porosity but don't put it on the roots and font leave it on for a period of time. I was disappointed since the processing took some time and I had been so excited to see my hair less black. I continually go back to this product after years of using bleach to remove colour and have to say I think its amazing!my hair was so dark nearly black an im naturally light brown/dark blonde but after years of lightening, black, dark brown and red i wanted to try and go blonde again so used the extra strength and it was AMAZING! I was a little afraid to use this because my hair is very dry, damaged and it is dyed over and over again with permanent colours from brown to dark brown.

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