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Starzziie

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Colour b4 question and demi dye.
« on: 20 Jun 14 / 08:46 PM »
Hey. I am from Canada and can't find Colour b4. Has anyone bought from colourb4.com? It is safe?

Also, has anyone ever tried Colour b4 on demi permanent? It does say permanent and semi permanent removal.
The demi I used a long time ago was clairol instincts box dye. It has faded a lot. I only used it once to do my roots, not all over color.  It would be funny if b4 stripped most of my hair then you see this dark brown band around my ear area lol.

My hair right now is medium brown. I want to go blonde by the end of the year but do it slowly. I thought stripping my hair one month, see how it turns out, maybe strip next month if needed or try the vit c trick.
I am a bit worried the clairol instincts demi might not budge from colour b4. I guess on the positive side bleach will lift it when I eventually go blonde.
If you have any tips to remove demi please let me know.
 

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Re: Colour b4 question and demi dye.
« Reply #1 on: 20 Jun 14 / 09:06 PM »
I can't see why it wouldn't lift a demi dye, as colour removers are designed for permanents.

I can't help with buying from the website, though, as I've never used it.
 

Starzziie

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Re: Colour b4 question and demi dye.
« Reply #2 on: 21 Jun 14 / 03:23 PM »
Thanks. I will try it.  :)
 

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Re: Colour b4 question and demi dye.
« Reply #3 on: 21 Jun 14 / 05:05 PM »
Yep they definitely work on demis! I've never used Colour B4 specifically, but I've used other color removers to remove demis and it's worked out really well, they seemed to come out easier than permanents. Like, I had been using a demi black for years, full head applications every time I would dye. One color remover took ALL of it out and I was an even orangey yellow.
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!
 

indieanna

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Re: Colour b4 question and demi dye.
« Reply #4 on: 29 Jun 14 / 02:01 AM »
You might have an easier time finding Color Oops. That's what's here in the US. It's found in pharmacies and grocery stores in the hair dye section, but if you can't find it, look for Sally's or a similar beauty supply shop.
 

 

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