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Author Topic: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength  (Read 15804 times)  Share 

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meeshybop

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JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« on: 02 Sep 11 / 01:41 PM »
So last night I bleach bathed my hair from this:



to this:



After doing so I realised I had A LOT of dye build up on my hair. Rather than waiting a week to bleach bath again (I couldnt live with the colour, it was gross!) I decided to go and get a colour remover.
I decided that the Colour B4 was too pricey for me at the moment (about 12), so I went to Savers and found this for 5.99:



Decided it was worth a shot!

The process is totally the same as Colour B4, lots of scrubbing, you can let it develop upto an hour etc...and it did have a faint eggy smell, nothing too dramatic though.
I also found as this product has a good consistency, it was easy to work into the hair ensuring it was all covered.

After 40 mins I followed the washing instructions and then some, and I was left with this:



I was much happier with this colour as a base, as it is much more even and a lot lighter which was nearer to what  I wanted for the application of Directions Cerise.

oh and it made the god foresaken atomic pink this colour! sooo it faded it a bit:




Over all I think the product is AWESOME for 5.99! They are basically a cheap copy of the Colour b4 brand, but one that works. I noticed they had other similar products in their range too, which were a good price!
 

MommyMorgan

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #1 on: 02 Sep 11 / 11:49 PM »
Wow thats really quite good! Although i do have major hair envy at the first pic!! Such a beautiful colour :)
 

UndeadPoh

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #2 on: 02 Sep 11 / 11:51 PM »
that's a really nice salmony pink colour anyway what it is now :D it did a good job to say it was a sort of scooby doo brand :o
 

Purplepurplestar

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #3 on: 03 Sep 11 / 07:23 PM »
The first 2 pics.. I love the color!!
I might get my bum to savers rather then spend 10+ on color b4
 

meeshybop

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #4 on: 03 Sep 11 / 08:54 PM »
yeah deffo do! its literally the same thing. My hair is now very similar to the top pic, but with a pink sheen instead of red :) and all the brown has gone so im happy :) one step closer to pink!
 

Purplepurplestar

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #5 on: 03 Sep 11 / 09:25 PM »
I will!! Wo
 

meeshybop

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #6 on: 05 Sep 11 / 10:08 PM »

there we go thats what it went like!
 

lilibun

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #7 on: 23 Sep 11 / 12:49 AM »
Wow your hair looks so healthy and shiny! If I was sure my hair would stay healthy like that I would go bleach it right now! *Very scared of hair damage*

Any tips on things you do to keep it so pretty? :)
 

meeshybop

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #8 on: 23 Sep 11 / 04:47 PM »
awww bless i think it looks rank here hahaha! wellll my hair is naturally quite shiny, but I do use a lot of heat protecting serums. Boots do a good serum
http://www.boots.com/en/Boots-Expert-Heat-Protection-Taming-Serum_34406/
its quite thick like a gel, rather than watery like some serums. errrm thats about it really :S ill post other things on here if I remember haha! A blast of cold air on your hair makes it shiny too as it closes the hair shaft...i think lol
 

lilibun

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #9 on: 23 Sep 11 / 07:18 PM »
And do you have naturally dark hair? If so, did you bleach it or did a bleach bath to get it as light as that? Thank you for responding :D
 

meeshybop

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #10 on: 23 Sep 11 / 11:48 PM »
yeah its nearly black naturally which is a right nightmare for bright colours! I alternate from black and red which isn't great for the condition of my hair. The first time I went bright I just bleached it all, it went basically white and then I put red on and it looked very jazzy. After that I just kept bleaching it all when I needed to redo it :S! I didn't know about bleach baths etc then, so now I just do them to lighten it. At the mo I'm going from faded black to cerise, I'm halfway through. My plan issss...fade my current hair dye with stripping/clarifying shampoos, colour b4, then bleach bath, then add directions cerise...and repeat every 3 weeks or so! When I strip my hair I think its a good time to use a nice moisturising shampoo to help rebuild its condition.
 

Mymble

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #11 on: 13 Nov 11 / 06:42 PM »
 I hope it's ok to bump this ask what colour you have used in the first pic. Is it atomic pink all over on different bases or have you used a couple of different shades?

I am dearly coveting the darker shade, how did you get such gloriousness?

(And the shine, gods, the shine! I have jealous oozing from every pore :D)
 

meeshybop

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #12 on: 13 Nov 11 / 08:07 PM »
hahaha awwww! I have actually no idea what colour it is :( it was a little while ago, the ap was under my fringe mainly. I think it was cerise over quite a dark base :)
 

Mymble

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #13 on: 13 Nov 11 / 08:41 PM »
 Aww bum! Thank you anyway :)

I'm the same mind, I get random bods stopping me in the street asking what colour I use and I never have a clue, it's always a forgotten random combination of all sorts of brands and colours ;D

 I'm inspired to put a cerise wash over my red now, yum yum.
 

meeshybop

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Re: JoBaz Hair Colour Remover - Max Strength
« Reply #14 on: 15 Nov 11 / 09:22 PM »
just looked through other posts and it is deffo cerise over a dark browny colour :) next stop-flamingo pink! well when i get paid haha
 

 

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