How To Colour Remove

You will need


Mixing Ratios

If you have thick or long Hair, double the mixture amount.
If you have very short Hair, halve the mixing amount.

Mix equal Parts A and B in a plastic or glass bowl until a smooth and creamy paste is achieved.

Developing Time

Leave Colour Remover on the Hair to process for 20 minutes.

Do not exceed 20 minutes developing time.

The Process

Step 1: 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 2: 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.

Step 3: Rinse Your Hair

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

If the Colour is not completely removed, repeat Steps 1 and 2.
Do not repeat the Colour Remover process more than 2 times in a row.

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