I was looking online to see if there was anything that could remove my dark hair color. I’d like to go back to my natural color without paying the salon a crazy amount of money. So they could strip it and what not. Honestly I’m sick of having the really dark hair it’s doing nothing for my thinning and so I thought I’d look online for something hen found Color Oops. I also watched a ton of video reviews on YouTube and everyone seems to have great success with this product. And hey if it does not work out there is always my lovely wigs I can rock if it turns out badly. You can pick this stuff up at your drug store. I bought the last extra strength box from mine.
Here is a photo of my hair before
Here is my hair after
I’m loving how my hair looks. It says to shampoo and rinse for 15 to 20 minutes then shampoo again and rinse for 5 minutes and then condition. I shampooed about 4 times. I won’t lie to you after the first ten minutes of rinsing you get cramped from being over the tub. And because you have to time everything, it gets annoying. I used my Mane & Tail shampoo and conditioner. Because of having to shampoo and rinse, your hair feels dry after so please use a good moisturizing conditioner and I also used Redkin anti-snap leave in treatment. Also for my full review and demo see the video below.
About Color Oops
All info taken from Here
Color Oops Hair Color Remover
Color Oops is a revolutionary hair product that removes hair color to restore hair to its natural color. This is a miracle product because not only can it remove unwanted color, but it won’t damage your hair! What is so unique about
Color Oops is a special ingredient known as hydrosulfite. Hydrosulfite rapidly reduces the dye molecule without the need for bleach, ammonia, or peroxide. That old hair color simply rinses right out! You can even dye your hair that same day.
What is Color Oops?
A gentle color remover that actually reverses the hair coloring process.
How does Color Oops work?
Color Oops reverses the oxidation process of hair color pigment. When hair color is applied, small clear dye intermediates are deposited in hair. During the coloring process hydrogen peroxide oxidizes the dye intermediates into large colorful pigments that are too big to be washed from hair. Color Oops reverses that process. When applied, Color Oops shrinks the color pigment back to small clear dye intermediates. These intermediates are still in the hair. The rinsing and shampoo process is essential in assuring these intermediates are thoroughly washed from hair. We recommend washing and rinsing for 5 minutes 3-4 times, but the longer you rinse the better. If any of the dye intermediates are left in the hair they can re-oxidize over time and your hair can re-darken.
When coloring hair, artificial color is being deposited in your hair. At the same time hydrogen peroxide, which mixes with your hair color, can lighten the natural pigment of your hair. Even though you may be coloring darker, your natural pigment may be altered. Usually naturally brown or black hair when altered turns to an orange or brassy color. If your natural color is altered during the coloring process, when Color Oops is applied and the artificial pigment is removed, what is left of your natural color will be exposed. If your natural hair color has been altered, you will see a brassy or warm color. In this case, you can re-color to your desired color. If your natural color was not altered during the coloring process your hair will be returned to its natural color.
If you colored your hair to a lighter color, Color Oops will NOT return your hair to its natural color. Color Oops will remove the artificial pigment you deposited in your hair, but it will not be able to replace the natural pigment you removed by coloring your hair lighter. To return to your natural color it will be necessary to replace your natural pigment. This can be achieved by re-coloring your hair with a color close to your natural color.
If you have naturally dark hair and you colored your hair to a light color and then re-colored to a dark color and then used Color Oops, your hair will be returned to the light color, not your dark natural color.
When is Color Oops used?
When a color has been applied and the results are too dark, or off tone; not when hair has been lightened.
Why is Color Oops used?
To correct or reverse an undesirable recent color application.
Where is Color Oops Applied?
To hair in areas that the previously applied hair color is too dark, or off tone.
Hope everyone has enjoyed this post.
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