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Trying 4 Different Hair Color Removing Techniques (Vitamin C, Detergent, Bicarb Soda & Revolution)

Trying 4 Different Hair Color Removing Techniques (Vitamin C, Detergent, Bicarb Soda & Revolution)


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Last year I tested out 4 different hair dye removing techniques to try to strip out the strange blue and purple colour that my sunset hair left behind. This year i’ve decided to give Vitamin C another try, to try and remove the hot pink colour in my hair – making way for blue!

What is your favourite colour removal technique? Have you tried any of these befor? I found that the Vitamin C was much more gentle than the head & shoulders, so i’ll absolutely use it again!

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24 gedachten over “Trying 4 Different Hair Color Removing Techniques (Vitamin C, Detergent, Bicarb Soda & Revolution)

  1. I used this method. Baking soda , 10 volume cream developer, purple shampoo. It worked on my hair. Good luck

  2. The reason that it turned blue from purple is that the pink part of the purple washed out faster. Pink dye always washes out fast.

  3. You can get just vitamin c powder off amazon.

  4. Laundry soap not dish soap works

  5. Labels are cut so people don't try to return them to the original store for refunds/exchanges.

  6. holee crap the end part… alex you actually BLEACHED your regrowth!! Your hairdresser not gonna love that! LOL

  7. Color oops works miracles

  8. Dawn is incredible stuff.

  9. Color remover is for Permanent hair dye…it rarely does much with semiperm dyes.You should have done a bleach wash. Add bleach powder into shampoo and a bit of waterThe colour will strip right out to blond in about 10-15 min.

  10. Monday hair products are horrible, they ruin your hair in the long run

  11. Am impressed that stuff kept coming out and quite likes the end result

  12. Well I mean it worked. But I mean like damn the end looks so damaged

  13. Ummmmm to alll the hairdresser out there ya she did a good job at going blond but did you see how damaged her hair got it looks so stripped and there were split ends every where

  14. I have another one. Soak your hair in the tub with as hot of water as you can stand. Then put coconut oil all over your hair. Shampoo with clarifying shampoo . Rinse repeat .This is how I was able to remove my daughters bright red color and go back to blonde .

  15. Good old Rouse Hill Woolworths

  16. 100% recommend the hair food products! I chemically cut my hair and it was the only thing that revived my hair. Each one specialises in different things like smoothing, damaged, etc but I personally suggest the banana and papaya one!!! They’ve worked vest for me!!!

  17. Ok… what is apple milk? From the UK!

  18. That pink shampoo & conditioner, as gorgeous as they are they’re terrible!! I’ve read so many reviews & horror story’s of mass hair fall out. Please read reviews before your use x

  19. the devil's sherbet, nice band name idea

  20. Hahaha. I tried just head and shoulders (no baking soda) and the vit C. Both many times, then I did a hair mask and tried to bleach it out. All failed miserably and my hair was trashed (I did use Olaplex #1 in the bleach). I waited a week and bleached again. All to get out Special Effects Atomic Pink (the other sections without the Atomic pink faded to blonde after the 1st bleach. The second bleach meant that I could go to a pastel lavender. My hair needed to grow out. Took 2 years as I didn’t feel like having a pixie cut. Sadly Special Effects went out of biz during the pandemic. Trying to find another brand that comes close to it’s staying power! With some of the other brands I’ve ended up looking like an extra in a horror film if it rains. I live in San Francisco so it does rain here!

  21. Purple is blue based, never again hahah xD

  22. Really wish I could get the zena I the usa after seeing how well it helped your hair

  23. perfect video!!!!!! greetings from CZECH ♥

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