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Permanent Hair Colour Remover


I safely remove Permanent Hair Colour, taking your Colour back to its previous glory. I contain no Bleach and only take 20 minutes to break the links that hold the Permanent Hair Colour together inside your Hair, which you then simply wash out. I leave your Hair feeling healthy, conditioned and refreshed and ready for your next adventure.

My Speciality Is:

Removing Colours Darker than your Natural Colour.
Removing Colour Build Up.

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*Please note: We have made every effort to display, as accurately as possible, the Colours of our Products that appear on My Hairdresser Online.
However, as actual Colours you see will depend on your monitor, we cannot guarantee that your monitor's display of any Colour will be accurate.


Naturally an 8 Medium Blonde, Coloured Hair with a 5.3 Golden Brown.


Removed 5.3, returned Hair back to Natural Colour 8 Medium Blonde.

How Do I Colour Remove?

Step 1: Mix

Mix equal Parts A and B in a plastic or glass bowl until combined.

Step 2: Apply To Dry Hair

Apply Colour Remover carefully and evenly to dry Hair, covering all areas that contain the unwanted Permanent Hair Colour. Apply the Colour Remover as soon as it is mixed, as performance decreases with time.

Step 3: Developing Time

Once the Colour Remover has been applied to the Hair, wrap the Hair with plastic cling wrap or a shower cap. Leave on for 20 MINUTES to develop. If the Colour Remover causes irritation rinse out and do not continue to use.


Once the development time has been reached, rinse the Hair for 3 to 5 minutes in warm water and shampoo the Hair vigorously 2 to 3 times.

How Much Colour Remover Will I Need?

For Short Hair

1 x Colour Remover

For Long Hair / Thick Hair

2 x Colour Remover

What If I Want To Recolour?

For the best results, we recommend waiting at least 48 hours before re-Colouring.
However, if you decide to Colour straight after Colour Removing, select a Hair Colour at least 2 shades Lighter (e.g. If you want to be a 5 select a 7).

What Is Colour Build Up?

Colour Build Up is a result of multiple applications of Colour on top of Colour, over months and years. The more applications of Colour, creates a larger amount of Colour Build Up - therefore long time Colour users will most likely have a lot. Colour Build Up can stop the Colour Remover process from working, and will result in no change to your Hair Colour. If this is the case, we recommend doing multiple applications of Colour Remover to clear your Hair of your Build Up and get you on the path to your new Colour.

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