If you're new to Colour Removing, I am perfect to get you started. I safely clean out Permanent Hair Colour from your Hair using my top-secret Bleach Free, Damage Free, Drama Free Colour Remover formula so that Colour washes away like it was all a bad dream. And wait till you feel your Hair after Colour Removing — relieved and refreshed to no longer be weighed down in Colour. And Incase you were wondering, YES I clean out Colour Build Up and help budge Colour Banding.
While my practical, multi-tasking side comes through with my Tint Bowl and Brush Set. I like it when you mix Colour Remover in me, using my Brush to thoroughly mix Part A and Part B together while my high sides and deep bowl help keep you from slopping Colour Remover all over the place. Or when you use my Tint Brush to tickle my sides when you’re trying to get rid of excess Colour Remover. But my real trick is when you use my Brush to section and paint Colour Remover on your Hair with precision for even coverage and flawless application. My best secret? Wash me up after use and I'm ready to go again.
1 x 100ml Part A Permanent Hair Colour Remover.
1 x 100ml Part B Permanent Hair Colour Remover.
1 x Tint Bowl.
1 x Tint Brush.
2 x Sectioning Clips.
1 x Pair of Disposable Gloves.
Colour Build Up
Equal parts of Part A and Part B.
eg. 1 Bottle of Part A with 1 Bottle of Part B.
How to 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. Do not exceed 20 minutes developing time. If the Colour Remover causes irritation rinse out and do not continue to use.
Step 4: Rinse your Hair
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.
You can do up to 2 Colour Remover applications in one day. Apply Colour Remover to dry Hair.
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 re-Colour?
We recommend waiting at least 48 hours before re-Colouring. If you are Colouring straight after Colour Removing, select a Hair Colour at least 2 shades Lighter.
What is Colour Build Up?
Multiple applications of Colour ontop of Colour will leave you with Colour Build Up. Colour Build Up can stop Colour Remover from working and will result in no change to your Hair Colour. Luckily, Colour Build up can be cleaned out with multiple uses of Colour Remover.
Tip: Darker Colours may need more applications of Colour Remover.
How to Use
Step 1: Mix
Using gloves, pour each Part of your Colour Remover in your Tint Bowl, using your Tint Brush to combine until a smooth and creamy paste is achieved.
Step 2: Apply
Dip your Tint Brush into the Tint Bowl, wiping off any excess Colour Remover mixture on the sides of the Bowl. Apply to Hair. Wash after use.
Easy, meticulous application.
Use your Tint Brush to apply your Product, whether it's covering the smallest amount of Regrowth or full head coverage. Then turn it to the side to paint in Highlights or Lowlights or use the end of your Brush to section and divide your Hair for a detailed coverage.
Mix it good.
Before your Product even touches your Hair, it must first be combined well to activate. Use the Tint Bowl and Brush to properly blend your mixture before applying to the Hair.
Divide and Conquer.
By parting and dividing your Hair into sections, you are ensuring a cleaner and more detailed Product application. Sectioning Clips allow you the freedom to work on one area of Hair at a time, without being interrupted by battling with Hair.