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Good Color B4 candidate?
« on: 06 Jul 17 / 07:27 PM »
Hey guys I've posted before about my hair craziness, but here I would just like to show you what I have now and what would a color remover like Color B4 do for me.

Had blonde highlights put in, brown lowlights were added in attempt to break up tiger stripe streaks, brown Demi dye was also placed to cover the blonde. The blonde will not go away so instead of a spotty brown mess I was thinking of color removal.
 

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Re: Good Color B4 candidate?
« Reply #1 on: 06 Jul 17 / 08:02 PM »
One n Only Color fix is the best one in the US.
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Re: Good Color B4 candidate?
« Reply #2 on: 06 Jul 17 / 08:04 PM »
One n Only Color fix is the best one in the US.

Do you think it would get me back to this?
 

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Re: Good Color B4 candidate?
« Reply #3 on: 06 Jul 17 / 08:33 PM »
It should do, but it can't be guaranteed.
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Re: Good Color B4 candidate?
« Reply #4 on: 06 Jul 17 / 08:35 PM »
It should do, but it can't be guaranteed.

Fair enough, thank you.
Would having a salon doing the color removal be a better option? I've already ended up worse off trying to fix it I don't want to get deeper.
 

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Re: Good Color B4 candidate?
« Reply #5 on: 06 Jul 17 / 08:45 PM »
No. They'll just use bleach.
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