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Re: Combination Color Stripper
« Reply #50 on: 24 May 14 / 05:31 PM »
That's so great, I'm glad you tried it out! It's weird, on some colors like the new Directions Plum especially, it doesn't seem to do much, if anything for a lot of people. But in most other cases it works well or sometimes really great and pulls out a ton. Like with my green from Pravana Blue, Pravana Violet and After Midnight Blue, I did 2 of these, one with and one without peroxide and it took out more than all the fading treatments I had done before that combined. Then I did a color remover and bleach bathed it with 10-15 vol and not much more came out at all so I was afraid it was just permanently stained. I did this one again though and it was pretty much all gone. It really, really surprised me how much it took out!

Idk I think the best way to go about fading is shampooing, then trying simple fading treatments until no more is coming out, then trying this one, then a color remover, then this one again minus the peroxide, and if need be after that, the bleach powder + hot water paste technique.
Always remember to consider what your hair is going to feel like after processing it BEFORE you do it! Test strands, treatments/oils are important when it comes to hair, but the most important thing is patience!
 

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Re: Combination Color Stripper
« Reply #51 on: 24 May 14 / 05:51 PM »
We have done it in that order so far, but the colour remover was so effective that we are going to do a second round on the pink patches, and I think she will be back to blonde more or less. It is a much darker more golden shade, but it is light enough to dye over. The colour remover was a lot less drying than the combination colour stripper, but we are taking it slowly and deep conditioning in between stages.
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Re: Combination Color Stripper
« Reply #52 on: 24 May 14 / 07:23 PM »
I want to try this Provoke color remover! lol. Anything to see if I can budge this Atomic Pink, especially if it's less drying than this combo. Ever since I last did a vitamin C treatment I've been afraid to do any other fading treatments besides just using shampoo at the strongest. The Vitamin C dried my hair out so much. I normally use Colorfix but it doesn't seen very effective on semis..then again that was with blue and just one experience with it though on a semi..I'm going to slowly fade my color over the summer, hoping to be able to go that Nirvel ArtX Nutre Color in Grey sometime in the fall or winter
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Re: Combination Color Stripper
« Reply #53 on: 25 May 14 / 09:21 PM »
The best thing about Provoke is that it is super cheap! Only 2.99 a box, (that is about $5) and two boxes covers all my daughters hair (and she has a lot of hair, similar length and texture to mine) Over here most colour removers are 10 -12 so it is a huge difference. I have bought 4 x Provokes (enough for two applications) for the same price as one Decolour, for example.
It was a lot less drying than the other cheap brand of color remover I have used (JoBaz) too, it barely made any difference to the feel of her hair.
I am still contemplating the Nirvel grey, I am just scared of looking like an old lady.
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