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 of Build Up. Although it isn’t damaging, Colour Build Up can stop the Colour and Colour Remover process from working, and will result in no change to your Hair Colour.
How do I know if I have to remove Colour Build Up?
Let’s say you have been Colouring your Hair Dark Brown for a year or more and now you want to be a Lighter Hair Colour. Firstly, you will have a considerable amount of Colour Build Up to remove and without removing the past darker Permanent Hair Colour and the months of Colour Build Up, you will not be able to Lighten your Hair. You will also notice, Colour Build Up will also make your Colour darker with each application.
How do I remove Colour Build Up?
Colour Remover can clear your Hair of Colour Build Up. Remember, the darker the Colour and the longer the applications of that Colour, the longer it will generally take to remove the Colour Build Up. Make sure to have plenty of Product on your Hair and be prepared to do more than one application to clear out your Build Up. By using Colour Remover regularly, you can maintain your Build Up without any damage to your Hair.
How do I know if I have cleared out the Colour Build Up?
Do a Strand Test of your next Colour. If the Colour does not develop, you need to continue removing your Colour Build Up.