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Colour B4 Extra - Colour eraser “Packaging may vary”

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Since then I grew out all the colour and had a good cut a couple of weeks ago so I could start again on undamaged, undyed natural colour. Ok first things I have used 2 lots of Colour B4 (It was the extra strength one) within a couple of days of each eachother and although my hair was a little more dried out, it was ok and no it didn’t fall out.

In between I ended up getting my hair cut and took off about 6-7 inches of the black dull ends that were pretty damaged anyway. Also my hair is quite dry as I have bleached it twice this year already and have had it pink, red, blue and brown. 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.so if i do another colourb4, (i did the drying halfway through thing, but that was only with a towel. Colour B4 Extra Ultimate Hair Colour Remover Is The Safest And Most Effective Way To Remove An Undesirable Hair Colour. 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!

Therinsingwiththebufferisthemostimportantpart,asthatiswhatshrinksthedyedhairparticles,andeventuallyremovesthedye. BEFORE YOU START -Conduct a patch test as per instructions ,Conduct a strand test as per instructions, Make sure you protect your clothing, Never use metal combs or bowls, Ensure all products used are plastic, Always wear the gloves provided,Remove jewellery before use, Always use hand hot water, Apply to dry hair. It will take quickly and I doubt you'll need to leave it on 15 minutes – it'll be quite dark if you do. One of the suggestions I received was to try Colour B4, which apparently works by shrinking leftover hair dye molecules so you can simply wash them away. I'll use it once or twice more to get it a little lighter - thank you so much for such a great product!Again I liked it for a couple weeks but was getting fed up with the dye continuously washing away and spoiling my towels so I decided enough was enough I’m going to use a hair stripper, Now I already new my hair was comprised from the platinum and the two bouts of hair dying process so I knew I would have further damage. I have colored my hair black for several years and after one treatment with Colour B4, my hair colour is allready lighter!

I continue to use olaplex oil and hair masks and great shampoo/conditioner, but be warned this will kill your hair it didn’t just strip it, it ate my hair so I wouldn’t recommend it, it didn’t give me great results, I now have snapped chunks of hair 1. I hope someone might have found this useful and had a good giggle over my scary canary hair – at least I’m back to a caramel butterscotch blonde now!

One thing I will say, although you only added a semi on it to blend it better bare in mind putting a permanent over the top may take it a little darker than the box says. I'm left with a pleasant smell in my hair today - tbh I don't think the product smells bad - no worse than an ordinary hair dye. I then washed it all out, applied the buffer as instructed and then started to blow dry to see the full results. Don’t rush in feet first as it will cost you more in the end, but if you take your time with it and think it through stage by stage you too can colour correct your hair and remove unwanted colour.

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