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Best hair dye remover / cleanser / stripper?
« on: 17 Aug 17 / 01:09 PM »
Hi everyone,
My hair is naturally mousey brown.
For the past few years I was bleaching it and applying Crazy Colour which stuck to my hair. I think my hair is really absorbent as the blue Crazy Colour stuck pretty much permanently. I grew it out about halfway so the bottom half of my hair was bleach with Crazy Colour Bubblegum Blue on top.
A few months ago I applied a semi-permanent darkest brown and hoped it would gradually fade out back to the blue. The trouble is it hasn't faded hardly at all and I was wondering what was the strongest and kindest hair remover / cleanser / stripper to use as I miss my blue ends!
My hair is in pretty bad condition on the ends but I do have some treatments I can use afterwards.
I have read about ColourB4 and Scott Cornwall but heard they have a TERRIBLE eggy smell that stays in your hair for months. Does anyone have any recommendations? Thank you in advance :-)
 

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Re: Best hair dye remover / cleanser / stripper?
« Reply #1 on: 17 Aug 17 / 01:15 PM »
Colour B4 is the eggy one, and I think Jo Bazz is too although it's been a long time since I used it. Scott Cornwall smells more like perming lotion to me, and it's the one I prefer because you don't have to spend twenty years washing it out...

You don't need to use a stripper: they're usually bleach-based and you don't need to damage your hair. Removers are what you want :)
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Re: Best hair dye remover / cleanser / stripper?
« Reply #2 on: 17 Aug 17 / 08:28 PM »
In my experience the smell doesn't really linger as long as you rinse it for longer than they say, it certainly doesn't stay in your hair for months, more like a couple of days at worst!
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Re: Best hair dye remover / cleanser / stripper?
« Reply #3 on: 18 Aug 17 / 09:14 AM »
Hi, thank you very much for your responses. I've ordered a couple of the Scott Cornwall Remover boxes :-)
 

 

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