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Satin Color

Satin Color Color Reverse

Satin Color Color Reverse Hair Color Remover simply washes out unwanted color without damaging your hair!
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  • Overview
  • Satin Color Color Reverse Hair Color Remover simply washes out unwanted color without damaging your hair!

    SKU: 002827

  • Ingredients
  • Part 1: Deionized Water, Hydrosulfite, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Cocamidohydroxysultaine, Polysorbate-80, Fragrance; Part 2: Deionized Water, Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid, Cocamidohydroxysultaine

  • Features

    • Reverses coloring process without damage
    • Re-color hair the same day

    Need help? Call the Satin Color Technical Hotline at (888) 692-3008


    Apply to dry hair.  Mix equal parts of Color Reverse Part 1 and Part 2.  Apply mixture to the affected areas of hair.  Cover hair with a plastic cap.  Let Color Reserve process for 20 minutes.  Shampoo and rinse hair thoroughly for 5 minutes.  Repeat 2-3 times as needed.  For best results apply Satin Color Care intensive conditioner and process for 10 minutes (5 min if heat is applied).

  • About the brand
  • No matter what type of color or processing you've done to your hair in the past, Satin Color products will help repair damage and mend those broken strands. This salon professional, luxury hair color collection adds vibrant, natural color and shine to your locks, leaving hair looking absolutely beautiful. Includes hair color, developer, processing gel and after color care.

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  • Don't Try With Ian Zachary Coloring 3 Star Rating
    I was golden blonde for quite some time. Wanted to go back to "the roots" of being ash blonde. Tried to "override" the gold, but I did not get the result I wanted... so I decided to give a shot to this product. Well, it took out Loreal ash blonde "override" no problem, however, golden blonde of Ian Zachary shined brighter than ever. That line provides virtually indestructible color... if you want to keep it... LOL

    The box said "will not work on metallic dyes," so how in the world are you suppose to know what kind of dye is used in any given hair color product??? Crystal ball anyone? I don't know one way or the other, but I suppose, if the color is truly fade resistant it got to be metallic, given my results. It was the only brand that I tried that lived up to the promise, out of all store or salon brands. I wonder why folica took it off the site...

    Also, a lot of people complained about the smell, it is not pleasant, but not nearly as bad as others described.

    Honorable mention for Wella, Goldwell, Loreal, Garnier, Clarol, Ferria, and who knows what else I tried over the years...

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    / San Jose, CA
    Blonde / Color Treated Hair / Fine or Thin Hair
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