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JoBaz Hair Colour Remover Extra Strength Removes Darker Shades & Colour Build Up

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I followed the directions to the letter and although i have short hair I decided I would do the initial rinse for 15 minutes as I was worried about feedback on the smell of the product. All we did was pop some conditioner on and leave it in a few minutes as we were not colouring again that day. what it says it does is not true it has left my hair in a terrible condition and don’t even get me started on the colour it had left my roots. If the dyes are fully removed, then the results should be black roots, brown (due the peroxides in hair dye, which would have lightened my hair) and bleached blonde ends (as I bleached my hair blonde last year and for my pink dip dye). Here are some hot tips to ensure it works for you, some people have written the hair had gone darker or nothing happened, you need to ensure your follow the instructions strictly.

I'm talking natural dark brown hair that has been dyed dark reddish brown, bluish black, greenish black, and really needed a refreshen up. I had high hopes for this product to give me back my natural hair colour because of the reviews I read and it left my hair in some state I can’t even describe to you I’ve left a picture of the way it left my hair. I think that JoBaz Hair Colour Remover is best suited for anyone wanting to fix up a hair horror, or anyone wanting to remove a previous colour before trying something new. BrilliantSo i have long permed hair which the salon had coloured red however the colour had faded and looked bad . I’ve been dyeing my hair for about 17 years now, and have had almost every colour under the sun – blonde, pink, purple, brown, red, green, black, you name it!I used this on my blue black hair I have been dying for 3years now, when applying the solution I thought it wouldn't work as it was like applying water to your hair but ended up turning out that nice the colour I'm keeping it the colour it is.

I had hair half way down my back, have had for 12 years, after using this my hair ALL broke off, had to get it cut to shoulders. Hi I hv really dark brown hair from being dyed over and over again…my main hair color is predominantly grey so I didnt want to rest it for approx a month…. Once part C is used like a shampoo and lathered up you must rinse again for at least another 12 minutes. Beware if you have asthmaThe minute I started to put this on my hair I had a bad asthma attack from the fumes it gives off.Although I didn't dislike it, I am over 60 and knew my grey regrowth would really stand out, so I needed to rectify it once the regrowth started to be noticeable. Instead of following the instructions, I left it on for 1 hour just to ensure that all the artificial dye molecules have strunk. I was a little apprehensive as I'd used ColourB4 a few years back an it actually re-oxidised in the shower, I had a chat with Scott Cornwall about it and he reckoned it might have been the water :-[ so yeah I wasn't expecting much to be honest but man I'm so pleased I went for it! This product worked well and I am happy with the result but the smell is dreadful and still in my hair 5 days later even after daily shampooing. Colour B4’s Hair Colour Remover is an easy-to-use extra-strength hair colour remover that turns back the clock on unwanted shades, tones and multiple colours no matter how many of the above you’re trying to strip back.

Once you've applied your colour remover, rinse your hair thoroughly with warm water until the water runs clear. Shampoo and shampoo again, otherwise any colour left in the strand will oxidise and become dark again: and maybe in your hair that takes a couple of days. A point of contention among the reviewers was the smell of the product which can be overpowering and unpleasant.Ruined my hairMonths after using this chemical I have lost a lot of hair and it as caused significant damage and breakage.

You're supposed to ensure you're in a warm room with no draft so as not to slow down the development process, but seeing as though it was about 6*c at the time and there's no heater in the bathroom, I improvised and heated my hair using the hairdryer. I used this to remove the build up of dyes and hopefully remove the semi permanent purple streaks I had. Yeah it stinks, but it's preferable to the several bleaching sessions it would have taken to get it all out. Part C is basicly a strong shampoo which is applied to your hair after rinsing for at least 5 minutes, the rinsing is the most important step as this washes away the colour particles, without this the colour will just stick in weird places and leave your hair patchy.This means that although JoBaz Hair Colour Remover will remove the artificial dye, the natural hair colour will be somewhat lighter (than the hair’s pre-dye shade).

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