I will definetly use this product again. In recent years, this has meant a high-lift tint ( shade 1.11 Ultra Light Very Ash Blonde or similar ) lifting 3-4 levels and giving pale beige & gold shades with the grey showing as platinum highlights. Your email address will not be published. Nothing had happened at all, the strand was still they exact same colour as the surrounding hair. If it does reoxidise, come back to me and I will tell you what to do next. A stripper colour cleanse treatment can remove direct dye, but always strand test first to make sure the hair is healthy enough to withstand the treatment. I’ve just used your colour remover (after a strand test which showed a nice Goldy blonde) … but I’m orange! I just really want a blonder colour than i have & what's the best way to achieve it? Colour b4 explains on the box how red dye is different, I have used this many a time. Around Christmas I dyed my hair with a metallic purple dye, not knowing the problems it would cause me! If you are willing to have foil highlights put back into it, go to a salon and get them to apply foil highlights throughout. From what I can decipher based on the comprehensiveness of your site. Hi there. Then do a few similar 4 inch lines at the side of the head. Am I safe to now dye my hair with a high lift? A hair colour remover is not designed to remove direct dyes. Just keep using blue shampoos on it and keeping the tone in the previously lightened hair as metallic grey/silver as possible. You’ve given some great detailed answers to others so I thought you could help. You will likely notice the hair looks yellow, but this is ok. Just make sure you keep the cap on. How To Use Toner After Bleaching Your Hair? When I got to the rinsing stage, I rinsed for 5 mins, and as per one of your other responses to hair re-darkening, I wrapped in a towel for half an hour and then rinsed again. This will give you a light pale base. Lightened hair can look brighter when first coloured, and will often calm down over the following days, so give it time and reserve your judgement before attempting to go darker. Use Decolour Remover again, and you should see the grey exposed as a kind of nicotine yellow (this is normal). Many of us go grey in patches and the remaining dark areas can cause problems when you try to lighten it up, as it kicks up so much warmth. Best Scott, Hi Scott, With this cap highlighting method of firstly stripping, then re-colouring, you should achieve a really light, cool highlight throughout the hair and it should blend out a lot of the warmth in the surrounding depth. Many thanks. Thsnk you. However, I am mindful of your condition. However keep hold of Decolour Stripper as it could come in useful later on. Also, natural white hair is quite stubborn to tone (with semi products). Often, when people remove they find the hair looks as though it has been highlighted, which can be a positive to work with. Laser printers produce electrostatically charged dots on a light-sensitive drum which attracts the toner powder. Colour Restore Lilac Grey can only display as ‘Lilac Grey’ on white hair; if someone with warm hair uses it, the hair will take on a cool-muted tone. Therefore, if you strip your hair and get it to yellow Iced Platinum will tone the hair to a light blonde. Since lockdown, I am now asked this question a lot, so I will write a full article on the subject of growing colour out to grey. I hope you can advise me, as I don’t want to buy product s that are not right for me. hair dryer, straighteners, that basically cooks the colour into the strands of hair. Does the stripper smell the same?? In answer to your specific question, if you used Decolour Remover on your hair, you would see warmth, and I here’s why. With this approach you are colourizing your white hair to a ivory silver and when this intermixes with the dark hair it will create a more silver medium grey effect. 0. In addition, applying the Colour Restore Ash Spray ‘Instant Toner Spray’ as your regular leave-in conditioner Ash Spray Instant Toner Spray will add further cool tone to the hair. I did buy a medium brown non permanent in preparation and applied it after using the second pack of Colour B4, but it didn’t blend my roots into the ends. My hair was a fading bleach blonde and then I put a silver grey semi permanent color through it. Sadly I had a nightmare salon experience with my hair ending up dark brown instead of the warm auburn I requested, I managed to fade it into a chestnut colour and then thought I’d be able to apply a nice Red copper to it, it’s now only taken to parts of my roots and some of the top of my hair but my mid lengths and ends are still a washed out chestnut. If you have established that your hair has gone too warm, golden, copper or red due to the lightening of your natural shade, you have a choice as to how you fix it. If your hair is naturally a white/silver grey then you shouldn’t need to use Decolour Stripper. Even then, let’s face it, I’m sure I will get it to the desired result I want right now but as the progression happens so does my desired result being, in two weeks time I will undoubtedly desire a result a lot lighter than I am wanting today. My hair is coloured a dark Brown, which was my colour year’s ago. Don't know what colour to put on it now though. Ask them to lift the hair (in the foils) as pale as they can get it, then after they have rinsed the lightener out, they should cover the whole hair in a permanent silver ash toner. I would say your hair will be fine to have at least one other stripping and the application of the permanent red shade. Prior to any hair colour removal, stripping or correction, be sure to clarify the hair fully. I have been dyeing my hair using a permanent dark brown, and then switched to using a non-permanent dark brown a few years ago, but only using on my roots. Therefore, work with what you have. This has all been over one month, my hair has shown no sign of damage or weakness which has been wonderful! Therefore, someone who is naturally a 7/Copper would find their hair is like a warm sandy blonde. Best Scott, Hi Scott & Birdie, However, always wait 7 days and 3 washes before you put any peroxide based products on the hair after using a hair colour remover. I’m about 95% grey now and want to switch to lighter shade to blend with grey roots better. Hi Bridie. A quick tip I can give you is to keep a mug of salt water by you as you rinse and midway run this through the hair. After you have done this, for the next 7 days use a simple shampoo such as Baby Shampoo and do not re-colour your hair. Colour B4 was formulated to work successfully removing permanent colour in … Firstly, get your daughter to do a bicarb rinse on her hair. 22/06/14 - 21:42 #9. I think the best approach would be to undertake a stripping but via a balayage application. If you are worried about the condition, you could apply Decolour Stripper then try using my Colour Restore Deep red to obtain a true semi-permanent red shade. From this point you’ll see the hair starting to look grey. Hi Natalie, that light green tinge is a really weird thing that seems to happen when you get blue out of the hair. I previously was chocolate brown with light brown & honey highlift highlights. However black hair colour can be the most arduous to get out. I would next suggest you look for a true semi-permanent copper-red, as opposed to a permanent one. You then keep getting that warmth showing up for months to come. If you have ANY questions I will do my best to help :) (You can now subscribe via your email address where you will recieve an email each time I put a new post up so you dont have to be on WordPress to subscribe!) When trying to expose natural white/grey you need to be mindful that you may not be completely white or silver throughout. Keep writing. Please let me know if you have anymore questions. So here, you want to apply the stripper in panels from root to tip throughout the hair. Thankyou in advance , Hi there, if your hair is naturally blonde and you have used darker box dyes then Decolour Remover is perfect for you. From here, if you then use the Lilac toner and only wash in blue shampoos, you should find the hair takes on a lighter/cooler appearance without you needing to applying any bleaches. Our guide will help you decide which method is right for your hair. But generally, if you apply a semi-permanent in the shade you want to the hair (after stripping with balayage panels) you should get a really nice vibrant copper-red. Your desired shade also plays an important role in the method you choose. If I use the colour remover will my hair go orange? When applied to bleached hair, it takes it to more of an ashy, dusty, or platinum color. Permanent colourants contain hydrogen peroxide in varying strengths, but often in a strong enough volume to lighten hair by a couple of shades. Best Scott. If you are looking to go blonde, obtaining a dark blonde base shade can prove a good canvas for highlights. Therefore, just use Decolour Remover and see how much of your original colour comes back with the first application. Is it safe to use bleach on it a day after to lighten it to a lighter blonde so that I can put on a temporary blue hair dye (la riche lagoon blue) on after without it going green OR will putting on a normal blonde dye make it lighter blonde. I would suggest the next application at maybe the 7 day point from the first application of Decolour. 0 Like this post Log in Add an account. If you look on Amazon you should find brands who are selling the 7.71 shade. I am recommending this for the process I am about to suggest, because I know Decolour Stripper is kinder on hair that has been multi-processed and will enable you do a second process afterwards. However, I may have the opposite problem. But as stated initially, if you used a permanent purple, Decolour Remover will take this out without damage. I bought two boxes as the strand colours on the box should that first it would go a ginger shade, so the second box should remove all of it. Therefore, it’s a perfect product for using after Decolour Remover. Lottie! I checked your articles and FAQs for further advice. Hi Francesca, OK, so let’s deal with this issue a bit at a time. The hair had been lightened a lot and the hair already had copper and gold tones. This is a complicated one, because your hair is patchy so (generally) the colour will take differently on different parts of the head, unless you kind of break it up. Best Scott. So if your hair is brown and you are removing to expose grey, the hair will initially look quite rusty or warm. Generally, I would have also suggested fine foil bleach highlights through your hair type, covered by the above 9.17 tone on tone. There are ways you can use an oxidation product immediately after a reduction agent product but I feel this is best left to professionals. Best Scott, Hello, I am wondering should i do another treatment of the remover in a week or should i use the stripper instead? I then but a cherry semi permanent, no ammonia dye & it went even darker (the opposite of what I wanted). When you apply a peroxide-based colourant to natural white/silver hair the peroxide tends to lighten the pure white (of the grey) to a light yellow. Hi Hannah. I dyed it the same shade once more, and now am unable to dye it again as I don’t want to damage my hair further. Hi There, if you believe the colour you are now seeing is your natural colour (as it would be) then it is fine to use a high lift tint. I used Colour B4 yesterday, it removed all the dyed dark tones in my hair, leaving me with a lighter copper brown, which I'm quite happy with. This will pull through finner weaves of hair. Can I use the colour remover again? please help. If you try and pour another box colour over your whole head, you run the risk of going brassier and creating a more artificial looking blonde shade, plus you will keep getting dark root straps appearing. So (firstly) what you want to do is clarify your hair, don’t condition but do dry it 100%. You then pull through the hair using the 4 inch lines as a guide. Jay. This should counteract the mint green. What I would like to do next is go lighter. To neutralise this, buy a very light pastel pink. It’s been growing back for a bout a year now and those sections are 6-8 inches long now. What I would suggest in your situation is you initially do as you (yourself) suggested and apply a semi-permanent (no peroxide or ammonia) grey shade. x. How would I strip my hair so it was even and not as two toned (or 4 toned)… so I then have an even base to apply the copper red to? Hairdresser Reacts To Girls Going Blonde To Black With Box Dye - Duration: 22:43. For the forseeable future you will be able to create a good grey shade without the need for any kind of permanent colour intervention. Even if you have just conditioned the hair, there may be a barrier on the surface which will prevent removal, stripping or correction from working effectively. But I think in the first instance, it would be good to know what colourant you have used on your hair, as it sounds to me like it could have stained the hair as opposed to permanently coloured it. If you cannot get to a salon (due to the world issues), then go down the Decolour Remover method and get the brown out. A toner won’t lighten your hair, but dyeing or bleaching will. My natural hair colour is blondish & wanted that back really. Do I need to apply it at different times to different areas? From here, you could apply a very light pastel pink and achieve the shade you desire. Toner is a sweet little product that neutralizes brassy yellow and orange tones on bleached hair. Generally, I recommend a quick fix for that rusty orange you see sometimes (when you remove) as being my Lilac Grey Colour Restore. Using toners and colour-enhancing shampoos will also retain your shade. Your Colour Removed Hair will be warmer than your Natural Colour. But start with the first and see how you get on, it could be the case that is all you need. Can I print black and white without using colour toner? So when reColouring, choose a Colour 2 shades Lighter than your desired Colour outcome. Therefore, if you started to apply a 9.17 based colourant with 10 volume peroxide your natural white hair will colourise to a silver ash. The reason being, is hair colour removers use reduction agent technology (known for that egg smell) and bleaches and permanent colourants are oxidizers. Best Scott. Next repeat your strand test and you should see removal. Next, I would recommend you apply Colour Restore Lilac Grey to the hair. Thankyou :)), I would recommend you use Decolour Remover. That’s a common and easy issue to fix. Therefore, I would recommend you try a Bicarbonate of Soda Deep Cleanse as I describe in my article. I am considering having this colour for awhile before going the bronde highlight look. If you did use Decolour Stripper, only apply it in fine balayage sections and then follow the same above toning principle. A colour remover contains a reduction agent, which works only on destroying the artificial colour molecule so that it can be flushed from the hair; it cannot affect the natural pigments in the hair. Forum Member. A colour stripper contains an oxidation agent and is designed to gently remove both natural and artificial pigments, so you can re-colour immediately to a different or lighter permanent shade. So you might need to build the neutralisation up. If you’d like to join in, please sign in or register. I don’t mean a purple, but a very light pastel lilac/lavender. You need to make sure all those old colour pigments are gone before using your previous shampoo or re-colouring. Meaning, you mixed a developer up with a tube or bottle of colour and then applied. Do not worry about initially exposing warmth from a removal. You tend to need two applications because (over time) artificial colour pigments in darker hair colourants can build up on the hair. I have written an article about this, but it will destabilise the dark colour molecules and make them more prone to fading and removal. I quite like the gingery colour I have now but I don't want to keep it. What colours can I use on coppery hair? I recently coloured my growing out highlighted hair (natural roots a dark blonde) after advice from an online colourist. anyway im having my hair dyed at the hairdressers on tues 4/5 days from now. Then immediately after removal use Colour Restore Iced Platinum and tone the exposed yellow hair back to white. Hel75ijj. No colour came out at all. Firstly, switch to using only a blue shampoo as your regular cleanser. H Scott. From your description (blue,purple,ombre) it sounds like the colour is kind of removing, but you have patches of colour. Hey Scott, Back to work on Monday! We put a very light blonde on after using colourb4 and it went coppery after a few days, then we used superdrug wash in wash out light blonde, then put a light brown permanent dye over the too. Just make sure you use 40 volume developer and choose a highlift tint that has a double cool tone. I can’t judge fully unless I see the colour you are at now, but if you use Instagram you could PM me with a photo of the shade now and also the brand of the colourant you want to apply and I can tell you what would be the best approach. I'm not sure you're doing it right - it's supposed to look like this... after colour b4 i used a semi dye as advised on the box for a week before moving forward, Apparently copper hair is quite normal, they suggest nice and easy 8 wash in ash to get rid of it. Now, onto the exposed warmth. Ok, I have naturally medium brown hair with a few greys. After using B4 it’s far better to ‘rest’ the hair for at least a week and allow the hair to normalise (as you would do after a perm or straightening). Leaving an inch between each line. I’ve bought your hair stripper but now am unsure if I need the stripper or remover. The outcome may look the same to the average eye, but the cost to the bill payer would be dramatically different, and you will find yourself replacing all your toner cartridges regularly. If you prefer darker or brunette hair, always ensure you only apply colourants to your regrowth and do not apply throughout the hair – this will prevent colour build-up. Moet and Makeup Michalina 507,873 views. There are other highlighting caps available, but the genuine Denman Magicap is the incredibly good and will not only give you excellent results, but the cap lasts for years if you remember (after each use) to firstly wash it in shampoo, hang it up to dry for 24 hours and then coat it in talc before storing it. Good tip, is to pluck the crochet hook in very quickly and pull straight out with the hook at positioned at an almost horizontal angle. Once you can see enough of your natural grey is exposed (overtime) you can stop using it and just allow the hair to look grey. I want to go lighter again without warmth. Next, (with the cap still on), rinse the stripper off the hair and use the conclude balm as instructed in the pack. is this enough resting time after using colour b4? As it should break off any deposits of silicone that may be sitting on the hair. Bleaching hair again can cause much more damage, so doing a quick soap cap is recommended. However, always wait 7 days and 3 washes before you put any peroxide based products on the hair after using a hair colour remover. Should I buy purple shampoo to use after the remover or after the color in case its too orange. The smell wasn't even that bad really, not as awful as I thought it would be. A permanent colourant with a 10 volume developer is pretty gentle and whilst it cannot lighten it will cover natural white. Hi, it’s good you did a strand test because it sounds to me as though your hair could have a build-up of silicone or product residue that is making a barrier on the hair and preventing Decolour Remover entering and evoking change. We are urgently trying to lighten it as it is very very dark. This would be a medium golden blonde violet ash. Ive used Colour B4 a few times in the past, however I remember the last time I used it, my hair 're-oxidised' and turned dark again over the next couple of days! Best Scott. Black Cherry isn’t that dark in reality, but it does have a nice healthy plum tone that works well with exposed warmth. Again, opting to apply a light pastel blue semi to this base (your natural white hair coloured with a permanent silver tone on tone) will also produce a more sharp ‘grey’ look. Just wondering about peoples experience in using it. Source(s): I used colour b4 (: 0 0. katie h. 1 decade ago. I have my hair highlighted. I usually strip my hair with this then get highlights put in while it was still orangey, and the highlights really lift the hair colour to a nice blonde x. I just used this on my hair to "lift" the many layers of dye. Thank you, Hi, no toning over silver-grey wouldn’t work because that colour is basically over deposited tone. I always use purple shampoo so I didn’t have warmth. Best Scott, Thank you so much Scott! I know I can’t miraculously have exactly what I want/had within a day, unless I cut it ten inches shorter because I’ve shrivelled it up and wrecked it from overusing products. I don't think I'll get my natural colour back using this (a blonde/light brown) & don't think these red tones will go so I'm not gonna try another process. Leave it for about 20 minutes then rinse out. Once hair becomes damaged, it is then difficult to achieve a good colourant result, as the shade could grab initially and appear too dark or patchy, and then fade fast over subsequent washes. So I had quite a bit of root re-growth and tried to lighten the roots with Nice and Easy root touch up (blonde) and it went gingery. Hi, thanks very much for your kind words and encouragement! Be aware that fashion colours such as pink, blue and purple, and often bright red, do not work on oxidation (peroxide) technology to evoke a long-term result; instead, they are a ‘direct dye’ which creates a temporary stain on the hair. The pink contains a small amount of red molecule, which is enough to neutralise a small amount of green (aka mint). Don't recolour your hair with a peroxide based colour immediately after. Covering the hair in cling film will trap the heat from the scalp between the cap and the cling film, making sure the lifting action of the stripper is boosted. Yes, this will fade with washes, but don’t worry initially. You may need to use a peroxide free 'toner' or 'tint' to the hair to take out any brassy-ness that might be left by the stripper. Therefore, using the purple shampoo (as you considered) is a good idea, as it will kick out any lingering orange tone and get you to a good shade. It was live metallic blue and I had to mix with developer and not direct dye. Desperately needing your advice. However, when they remove they discover they are not as grey as they thought they were. If a colour has come out too light for your liking, try to do the opposite and wait at least 48 hours before attempting to re-colour; ideally, wait one week before you make any changes. If you are thinking about getting highlights in the future, I wouldn’t worry too much about trying to get your overall base lightened. This means it will be a stripped lightened colour that will likely be quite warm. Feeling very confused. Hi Scott naturally. Therefore, your natural colour gets lightened (and kicks up warmth), even though the artificial colour may deposit as very dark or even black. Colour B4 Frequent Use Hair Colour Remover, £9.99. A password will be sent to your email address. I need it out by July 20th!! It was a light brown with copper and gold to add warmth before o could then go a more ashy light brown. It has shine but is too dark. My strawberry blonde/red headed daughter decided to put a supermarket permanent brown dye in her stunning hair. So my hair colour now is more even but has still got gingery tones. I can almost guarantee you will need to add a colour after Colour B4 but they recommend (As do I) adding a Semi Permanent one – pick a shade 1 depth LIGHTER than the colour your hair is naturally and if possible one that contains some ash (Do not put anything Warm on as it will be VERY vibrant and probably brassy). If the water is too much on the cool side, this can cause the cuticle to start to close and it traps the colour molecules inside the hair. It’s common to see an orange when you remove a permanent hair colour, as some brands of permanent colour use quite strong peroxide developers (the white applicator bottle). If you use my product Colour Restore Black Cherry See here, the hair would take on more of a violet-red. Cheers Colour B4. Hi, sorry I did not see your message before. The foils which I assume are still underneath and because of the bleach or whatever was used to lighten it and keep it that way over the years is essentially going to turn out a different tone/result from my natural colour in amongst it including my roots. I clarify my hair, then I strip it (as I do have brown roots with some greys), I then colour to lighten. Normally, a toner is used after bleaching to remove these tones and deposit a sheer layer of color over bleached hair. Best Scott. Hello, I would really appreciate your advice on changing my color. This just was super copper and they formulated a light brown pearl to counteract the copper. My long term plan would be to try lighten it and to help the process of growing it out to Grey, is there anything I can do to make the transition easier with a metallic colour or something, I’m not in favor of bleach if I can avoid it at all costs, as I had a frizz ball a few years ago and I think it may have broken my hair . I decided lockdown would give me the opportunity to find out what it looked like au naturelle and maybe go for grey but there’s not as grey hairs much as I hoped for ( though the extra at the front looks pretty good IMHO !) The hair looks warm because the hair’s underlying natural red and gold pigments were exposed by the lightening action of those previous permanent colourants applied. This time it has not really worked at all, in fact, I think it looks a bit darker than after the first time I tried it. If you just want to refresh your natural color, using a toner may be the best choice. I have 2 inches of my natural colour showing. However, always select by one shade lighter than your (natural) depth to ensure a realistic result. After the bleach has taken effect, rinse out your hair to get rid of the rest of the bleach residue. I’m reluctant to use the stripper as it’s taken days to try and get the smell out. But if your strip the hair and it’s quite orange, Iced Platinum won’t be strong enough. Thanks for your question and answer , it’s helpful as I’m contemplating the very same thing – also prompted by lockdown ! My natural colour is dark brown with grey around the edges. You do the two removal treatments seven days apart because this will allow the hair chance to normalise after the first treatment making the second treatment able to work at the correct level within the hair. Like!! Dark silver hair toner should be used on dark shades, not light blondes. So use Decolour Remover on the hair and get all the unwanted darker colour out. However, when you colourize it with a tone on tone colourant (using 10 volume developer) it softens the hair. What happens here is the natural keratin colour (which is yellow) is exposed. In the UK I have a shade called Colour Restore Lilac Grey for this purpose, but I don’t believe that is on sale in Australia. I dyed my hair with the colourista denim blue shade during lockdown (7-8 weeks ago) I have used the brands fader and it worked but it won’t fade anymore now. Just keep it topped up. If you do not see any removal on the second strand test, come back to me and I will advise further. I’d suggest buying a strawberry milkshake coloured pastel pink and firstly coating the hair in some white conditioner, then applying the light pastel pink. after colour b4 i used a semi dye as advised on the box for a week before moving forward i had slight coppery tones from years of red too i advise a hairdresser for the blonde though - they can do tone alterations better then the dye in shops colour b4 was a revelation to me!! Thank You. Black to Blonde Disaster- Colour B4 - Duration: 7:50. I have tried the Colour Remover today & the results are a dark red/wine colour & my hair is still as healthy & shiny – it’s a great product. 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