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Author Topic: Will color removers work for me?  (Read 132 times)  Share 

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Will color removers work for me?
« on: 24 Apr 18 / 11:25 PM »
I have brown lowlights in my hair and I want them to go. I got a bleach wash done but they're still there, just lighter. In fact, they're kind of orange. I was expecting the bath to get rid of them, and I thought the hairdresser knew that's what I wanted, but that's not how it turned out. I like the blonde part and everything but I wish the brownish streaks weren't there anymore, and I'm not sure what to do to get rid of them.

I'm worried they're stuck because the bleach wash didn't take them out. I've tried Vitamin C and that didn't touch it, I didn't think it would, but I thought I'd give it a try.

So I thought I'd try color removers but I'm not sure which kind to use, I just want it to work. I've heard that Color B4 and One'N'Only Color Fix are both good, and that Color Oops smells terrible, and L'Oreal Effasol is actually bleach so not recommended. Should I ask the hairdresser to do a bleach wash again, maybe just focus on the lowlighted parts?

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Re: Will color removers work for me?
« Reply #1 on: 25 Apr 18 / 04:15 PM »
Bleach should always be a last resort. Try Colour B4 or a product like it.
 
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