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Clairol The Uncolor System Haircolor Remover

A semi-permanent haircolor remover that is gentle, quick, and easy-to-use, leaving hair clean and ready for color.
$12.95
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A semi-permanent haircolor remover that is gentle, quick, and easy-to-use, leaving hair clean and ready for color.
  • SKU: P8436   /  
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  • Removes semi-permanent and temporary colors
  • Removes semi-permanent transparent hair colors
  • Removes the build-up left by styling aids
  • Leaves natural haircolor untouched
  • Leaves hair soft, resilient and ready for re-coloring

Directions

  1. Apply Uncolor to dry hair directly from applicator bottle.
  2. Work up lather, making sure all hair is covered.
  3. Wrap hair in plastic cap.
  4. Place under pre-heated dryer for 30 minutes.
  5. Rinse, shampoo and condition.
  6. Hair is now ready to color.

To remove styling aids build-up from permanently colored or natural colorhair:

  1. Repeat step 1 and 2 above.
  2. Leave on for five minutes.
  3. Rinse, shampoo and condition.

Water (Aqua), Lauramide DEA, Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, TetrahydroxypropylEthylenediamine, Coco-Betaine, DMDM Hydantoin, Fragrance, Methylparaben,Propylparaben, Sodium Sulfite, Tetrasodium EDTA.

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  • It's Unanimous 1 Star Rating
    I had the same results as everyone else - nothing happened. Better spend your time using One nOnly ColorFix, which actually works. But follow directions.

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    Jan 5, 2005
    / NYC
  • How Disappointing!! 1 Star Rating
    I put many applications of Clairol Uncolor on my hair with almost no results!! I had very blond hair and put on a Clairol brown semi-permanent. It came out black! The only thing that removed any color was Dawn dishwashing liquid!!! I used a Clairol conditioner that was supposed to remove build up of hair products, and that worked better than the Uncolor product. I love Clairol products but the Uncolor was a huge dissapointment and it was expensive with shipping and handling. But, its nice to know you like feedback on your products.

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    Nov 15, 2004
    / Andover, MA.
  • Waste Of Time And Money 1 Star Rating
    This disappointing product had absolutely no effect on the "semipermanent" (no alcohol, no peroxide, no ammonia) color I wanted to remove. It did, however, dry out my hair and leave it with an offensive odor. My hair is the same undesirable color as before I used Uncolor, but in worse shape.

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    Oct 22, 2004
    / Philadelphia
  • Does Not Work! 1 Star Rating
    This product had no effect. I tried it six times and followed directions carefully. It had ZERO effect at removing (or changing) the color on my hair. It burned my eyes and scalp...but NO EFFECT AT ALL! Dont waste your money or time.

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    Aug 19, 2004
    / Chicago
  • Clairol Needs To Recall This Product 1 Star Rating
    THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT WORK. FOLLOWED DIRECTIONS EXACTLY 2 TIMES AND NOTICED VERY LITTLE DIFFERENCE IN HAIR COLOR. CHOSE A MEDIUM BROWN INSTEAD OF A LIGHTB BROWN... WHAT A MISTAKE... UNCOLOR DOES NOT WORK... SOMEBODY SHOULD TELL CLAIROL

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    Aug 3, 2004
    / PENNSYLVANIA
  • Total Waste Of Time, Money And Energy 1 Star Rating
    I tried in vain to have the dark tones I covered my naturally gorgeous red hair with (dont ask why!) But this product was just a complete waste of my time, money and effort, I tried 4 times to remove the colour and its still there, my hair also feels dry, thinned and unhealthy, unlike what it did feel like before I coloured it, full of life, texturised and healthy.

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    Jun 3, 2004
    / Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • Don't Use This Product 1 Star Rating
    I used a semi-permanent black haircolor and hated it. Wanted to go back to my natural dark brown color, and used this 4 times now to get the color out...and so far - no change! Very frustrating. Try something else before wasting your money on this.

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    May 25, 2004
  • Clairol Uncolor 1 Star Rating
    Absolutely does not work on Shades EQ. Made my hair feel brittle. Dont waste your money.

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    Apr 9, 2004
    / Detroit
  • Uncolor Is A Unremover 1 Star Rating
    This product doesnt work at all. I tried it twice to remove a Semi-permanent Redkin Shampoo color. I was trying to cover some gray and wanted to go back to natural. You would be better off to wash your hair in some dish detergent a few times. That is a beauty shop secret. It will be a lot more gentle on your scalp and hair than this. And also on your pocketbook.

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    Mar 18, 2004
  • Not The Best 2 Star Rating
    After purchasing this product, I was quite eager to remove the semi-permanent red streaks in my hair. But this product was of little assistance. The water-like consistency of the liquid had a hard time staying in my hair, and after two applications, the color remained in my hair, now a pinkish-orange hue. The only thing I actually got out of this product was a burning sensation on my scalp.

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    Feb 24, 2004
    / Colorado
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