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Colour B4 Extra - Colour eraser “Packaging may vary”

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Iwasveryveryhappywiththeresultasittookmetoalightbrowndarlblondecolourandihadafewlighterbitsinwhereivbleachedmyhairbefore. So I thought I really can’t leave it like this and used the least damaging colour/toner I could think of and it was clariol dark blond Demi dye. After watching countless (and I mean countless) videos on YouTube of girls who have done a similar process, I decided to finally take the plunge and give it a whirl.

So I asked to see her many colours and decided on the one in the photo it’s like a dark brown with red in. I generally dye my hair once a month (Using L'Oreal Casting Creme Gloss), but I've now built the colour up so much that it has caused a build up of uneven colour just below my roots. If u have a xxl colour like party colours red/blue etc it won't work, they stain the hair rather than dye so contain different ingredients that can't be removed with b4. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.Then you will need to massage the buffer lotion from bottle C into your hair (You will need to do this twice so as a rule I use about half of it for this time) and leave it working for 1 minute. Getting your hair back to its old natural colour is going to mean growing out all that old coloured hair, even though you have stripped the colour out it was a permanent dye and will have built up. i used xxl red passion n only the top half has come out not the bottom ov ma hair which is still black.

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. You see I’m really lazy I will put box dye red over box dye red and use different colour reds and so forth. If you do not update your preferences, we will assume that you are happy to receive amazing offers and news. The colour has almost completely gone, with the exception of the odd few hairs but it did leave an orange tint all over. ItsgettingharderandharderformetoanswerquestionsonherebecauseIgetsomanyandlosethem,thesameapplieswithe-mailquestions.Hi, I’m wondering if you can help, I have been dying my hair black/red for about 4 yrs now but recently done it a dark brown/red so it did go ever so slightly lighter, but now I have decided with 2 small children I can’t be bothered to dye my hair anymore and want it back to my natural colour, I used this product today (the extra strength one) and followed the instructions to the dot. Of course, it doesn't smell like roses, but I threw out the packaging just after the treatment and nothing in my apartment smelled bad. Colour B4 Extra Ultimate hair colour remover is the safest and most effective way to remove an undesirable hair colour. I used colour b4 again (and only needed 1 box this time as I didn’t go over the yellow at the top) and most of the rest of the build up dropped out. When you use the second part of the Colour B4 process (rinsing and buffering) you are then removing the oxygen and the particles will leave the hair – that is why is it IMPORTANT you follow each stage of this to the letter if you like – otherwise if you don’t the particles will oxidize and expand again leaving your hair the colour you are trying to remove (And also making you waste money).

I've been dying my hair dark brown (Nice 'n Easy, Dark brown foam by Clairol) for the past three or so years and thought it was time for a change.The only ash colour I could get anywhere in my village was a light ash brown (darker than I wanted but to be fair anything was better than ginger or the ultra violet red I had previously! Is there any reason why this woudn't work with decolour remover, too, as an alternative to the two 'towel dry' stages? Also my hair is quite dry as I have bleached it twice this year already and have had it pink, red, blue and brown.

I have been unhappy with my hair because of the amount of different hair colours I've been during my teens to mid thirties and the last time I dyed my hair was Christmas 2017 and I wasn't achieving the desired results. This picture is just after I have finished applying the remover, as you can see it is already working and my hair is lighter. YouultimatelyhavetounderstandpeoplethatColourB4onlyremovesartificialcolourpigmentitcan'treverseanydamagewhichhasbeendonebyprevioushaircolouringproducts.I've tried Colour B4 many times and have never found any re-oxidation - even when I have used jet black colours. Colour B4 Extra Ultimate Hair Colour Remover Is The Safest And Most Effective Way To Remove An Undesirable Hair Colour. As I’ve never reviewed it on my blog and I wasn’t totally happy with the depth of my colour from the other day I thought I’d share with you how to use it and my thoughts on the whole process. I then washed it all out, applied the buffer as instructed and then started to blow dry to see the full results. You hair will be slightly more porous and the colours going to grab really quickly so you probably won’t need to put it on for as long as recommended and will need to keep an eye on it.

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