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one 'n only Colorfix

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Removes unwanted permanent hair color. Controlled usage allows color correction to specific areas. Designed for full or slight color corrections.
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  • Bree
    Dyed Red To Platinum...bleach After Colorfix?
    Ive been researching on some stuff to do my cousins hair. We would like to go Platinum together. She is naturally a dirty blonde, but in the past few months used a temporary, then Herbal Essences red dye. Everything Im reading points me to the following steps:1. Use ColorFix2. Bleach (I Plan to use Feria 225 Bleach Blonding)3. TonerHas anyone done this? In 1 day? I plan to do a strand test no matter what but I was hoping someone has done this successfully.

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • L
    Please Help!!!
    I have been dying my naturally light blonde hair a blue-black for over a year. I have used Clairols Nice n Easy and a few other brands. Ive also dyed my roots brown a few times (an attempt to let the hair grow out brown), but ended up dying it all black again. Im SO tired of having black hair, and its becoming really bothersome. I have super pale skin and light eyebrows and lashes, and I hate that I have to wear make up all the time now! SO, should I bother with Colorfix or should I let my hair grow out and look gross? Im not going to strip it because Ive heard so many horror stories of dyed black hair that gets stripped and feels "gluey" for a long time afterward. I already have pretty short hair (think like Katie Holmes)... Should I bother? Will this product really help me out? Advice? THANK YOU!!

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Kim K.
    Using Color Fix On Black Dyed Hair With Gray Roots
    Please help. I am so scared to use this. I have black dyed hair (naturally dark brown) with gray roots and have been using Loreal Natural Match (natural black) color to try and cover up those grays. Because my hair is so dark, my grays start showing up after a week after dying. My main goal is to lighten my hair so my grays blend in but I know that cant happen for a while. I want to get all the black out but I dont want orange hair. Heck, I would be happy with dark brown hair just to get the black out. Here are my questions: 1) Will Color Fix turn my black hair to a darker brown color or orange? 2) My gray roots are showing, will I be able to color them without turning my hair dark black again? 3) If my hair turns out a dark brown color, what color can I dye my roots so they wont turn black? 4) How soon can I color my hair after using ColorFix? Thanks

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Works On Some Semi-permanent
    While this product is designed to remove permanent hair hair color it will remove semi permanent color that is used with developer. It will not work on color that you put directly on your hair such as Manic Panic. I have been the bathroom colorist for myself and my friends for more than 10 years and have found that this product works great if you are looking to do a complete color change on already colored hair.

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    Jan 11, 2010
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  • Horrible Color Fix
    This was a horrible product... it didnt remove any color out of my hair. Have a professional do your hair. This will ruin it.
    3 out of 3 shoppers thought this post wasn't helpful.

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