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colour remover
« on: 06 Mar 18 / 10:29 AM »
help!!!! my daughter has natural blonde level 8 hair   she asked me to dye it which i didnt want to rusk 6.00cn  its horribly red brown and she now wants it removed. what can i use to get back to her blonde hair with minimal damage. please help. im worried about ending up with  brassy blonde
 ive looked at colour b4 or rusk eliminate some help woukd be much appreciated  *ott*
 

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Re: colour remover
« Reply #1 on: 06 Mar 18 / 12:20 PM »
I just finished two rounds with ColourB4 and that stuff WORKS. You have to overestimate the rinsing time a bit though, and DON'T dye it before you've washed it several times after!

However, if the dye you used had peroxide in it, chances are it has lightened her natural hair and it won't return to the way it used to be. You might have to put an ash blonde over to get the color you want; again, not immediately after, and be careful not to go too dark as ColourB4 leaves hair a bit dry and prone to soaking up colour. But obviously you can't know before you've tried, and ColourB4 will provide a lot better results with much less damage than bleach, so I say go for it.

I don't know anything about Rusk Eliminate but ColourB4 is fantastic.
 

 

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