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one 'n only Colorfix

Removes unwanted permanent hair color. Controlled usage allows color correction to specific areas. Designed for full or slight color corrections.
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  • Overview
  • Removes unwanted permanent hair color. Controlled usage allows color correction to specific areas. Designed for full or slight color corrections.

    SKU: P8302

  • Features
    • This package includes 4 fl oz (118 ml) Color Reducer, 4 fl oz (118 ml) Conditioning Catalyst, and 4 fl oz (118 ml) Processing Lotion
    • Gently removes permanent hair color no matter how long it has been in hair.
    • Easily removes any level of hair color.
    • Effective on all hair types - leaves hair in optimum condition.
    • Precise control formula is easy to mix and apply.
    • Does not contain ammonia, or formaldehyde.
    • Gently reduces the size of color molecules, allows for easy color removal.
    • No unpleasant odor.
    • From 6 to 16 applications depending on whether use is for partial or full color correction.

    Before using colorfix After using colorfix

    Directions

    For full color correction:

    1. Apply to dry hair.
    2. Mix equal parts of  Colorfix Part 1 Color Reducer and Part 2 Conditioning Catalyst in tint bowl or an applicator bottle. (Mix as much as will be needed for the density and length of hair that requires correction.) Wearing gloves and using a tint brush, apply quickly and evenly to the hair. If mixed in an applicator bottle, shake vigorously until thoroughly mixed (45 seconds to 1 minute). Gently work through the hair to ensure even penetration. After mixing Part 1 Color Reducer and Part 2 Conditioning Catalyst, use as quickly as possible, since the activity of the mixture decrease with time.
    3. Cover loosely with a plastic cap, and process up to 20 minutes. Strand test frequently. Low, warm dryer heat may be used to speed processing time.
    4. Rinse hair for 3-5 minutes and shampoo. If sufficient color is not removed, repeat Step 2 and 3 (this may be done on damp, towel-dried hair). Depending on condition of scalp and hair, do not repeat process more than 2-3 times.
    5. When desired level of color removal has been achieved, apply Processing Lotion for 5 minutes. (Due to the nature of dye molecules, it is possible that hair may redarken to an unacceptable level. If it does, repeat Steps 2-4 on damp hair, until sufficient color is removed.)
    6. Rinse well. Dry hair with a warm heat setting. (A hot setting may cause scalp irritation.) You may now proceed with your color application, if performing a full color corrective service.

    For slight color correction (lighten color that has gone too dark or ashen):

    1. Mix 1/4 oz Part 1 Color Reducer + 1/4 oz Part 2 Conditioning Catalyst + 1 oz Shampoo.
    2. Wearing gloves, apply to damp, towel-dried hair. Apply only to the areas of the hair that require lightening, and work into lather. To determine timing, take a strand test frequently.
    3. When the desired shade has been reached, rinse thoroughly and shampoo.

    Tips for successful color correction:

    • Always strand test color formulas to be used prior to application. Remember, porous hair will absorb colors more quickly and the resulting hair color may be slightly darker. You may need to formulate 1-2 levels lighter than desired result.
    • Always use a low pH conditioner after an application of Colorfix. This will help protect the hair, and return it to a more normal state.
    • Colorfix is developed to remove oxidative dyes. Since most semipermanent colors are combination of direct dyes and oxidative dyes, Colorfix may only partially remove these.

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  • Brilliant!!! 4 Star Rating
    So about two years ago, I got light highlights sparsely in my hair around june, come august time to touch up, however my stylist made my hair almost all blondee as opposed to doing just the roots! two months later roots growing out, was sick of the highlights, had a wedding in less than a week. took the cheap alternative and box dyed it. LOVED the color that came out. two months later got sick of it and went darker at the salon but the color was fading so fast and my highlights were seeping through. got a box color and dyed it darker. about six months later went even darker almost black. my sisters hateddd the look on me and got it into my head so out of anger i went to the store and bought a much lighter boxed color. low and behold my roots turned almost blonde (my virgin hair) but the rest was darkk still. after extensive washing, i tried color oops. and then redyed it. again the roots were lighter than the rest. bought color oops again two days later, used it, then colored just my roots a darker shade. with a few washes and being in the sun, my roots again got muchhh lighter than the rest of my hair. now its gotten to the point where i dont wear my hair down anymore.
    SO, i googled some more and found COLORFIX. i literally just finished using it. my hair is lightt brownish blonde. i did the ends first and then the roots since they were lighter to begin with. i rinsed washed and conditioned. then i saw that my roots were still a little bit lighter than the rest. at first i wasnt gonna use step three because of all the other reviews said it darkened the hair. so i used it justtt on my roots to even it out and it looks fantasticcc. couldnt be more happier. colorfix is def a greatt way to go.. my hair is a little bit lighter than i wanted it to but i didnt wanna use step 3 and start back at square one, so im hoping itll just darken in the next couple of says as it did with everyone else. overall HAPPY

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    Normal Hair / Oily Hair / Color Treated Hair / Chemically Treated Hair
  • Brilliant!!! 4 Star Rating
    So about two years ago, I got light highlights sparsely in my hair around june, come august time to touch up, however my stylist made my hair almost all blondee as opposed to doing just the roots! two months later roots growing out, was sick of the highlights, had a wedding in less than a week. took the cheap alternative and box dyed it. LOVED the color that came out. two months later got sick of it and went darker at the salon but the color was fading so fast and my highlights were seeping through. got a box color and dyed it darker. about six months later went even darker almost black. my sisters hateddd the look on me and got it into my head so out of anger i went to the store and bought a much lighter boxed color. low and behold my roots turned almost blonde (my virgin hair) but the rest was darkk still. after extensive washing, i tried color oops. and then redyed it. again the roots were lighter than the rest. bought color oops again two days later, used it, then colored just my roots a darker shade. with a few washes and being in the sun, my roots again got muchhh lighter than the rest of my hair. now its gotten to the point where i dont wear my hair down anymore.
    SO, i googled some more and found COLORFIX. i literally just finished using it. my hair is lightt brownish blonde. i did the ends first and then the roots since they were lighter to begin with. i rinsed washed and conditioned. then i saw that my roots were still a little bit lighter than the rest. at first i wasnt gonna use step three because of all the other reviews said it darkened the hair. so i used it justtt on my roots to even it out and it looks fantasticcc. couldnt be more happier. colorfix is def a greatt way to go.. my hair is a little bit lighter than i wanted it to but i didnt wanna use step 3 and start back at square one, so im hoping itll just darken in the next couple of says as it did with everyone else. overall HAPPY

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    Normal Hair / Oily Hair / Color Treated Hair / Chemically Treated Hair
  • Works Wonders! 5 Star Rating
    Ok, so I had been researching hair color removers for months, and I was really scared. So I went into Sally's and they reccomended this. I was really scared, it sat in my closet for days... So I finally tested it on the bottom portion of my hair, about an inch off my hairline, it smells bad, yes, but once you wash it out, and see that the dark is off your hair, the smell doesn't matter! I had dyed my hair, BLACK, for about 3 years, so I was really concerned that nothing would work, but this thing worked, I followed the directions and bam, there was no black on sight. Would definately reccomend this product to all my family and friends.

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    / So Cal
    HAIR TYPE
    Black / Color Treated Hair / Chemically Treated Hair
  • Horrendous Smell 2 Star Rating
    This stuff is pretty gentle - it lifted my color from a dark reddish brown to a dark orangey-brown, and I was able to successfully dye it over with a nice light ash. However, it smells SO BAD. I have washed it six times in the past three days and gone swimming as well - I cannot get rid of this stench. Does the smell ever go away? I'm about to cut my hair off so I don't have to smell this any longer. Does anyone out there know how to remove this scent?

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    HAIR TYPE
    Light Brown / Normal Hair / Thick or Coarse Hair
  • Ok So Far (will Update) 3 Star Rating
    I want to mention first that I spent several days reading and watching reviews on Color Fix and it seems to be about 50/50 with positive/ negative reviews. I really wanted my hair back to a medium ash brown (which became black from years and layers upon layers of dying it brown) It got so dark because instead of just doing my roots, I was doing all of my hair everytime I dyed! I will never do that again! So I finally decided to give Color Fix a try to save my way overdyed hair from being stripped away with bleach at the salon. I did one whole box yesterday, (btw i have ALOT of hair!) And one box got a lot of the black out but I needed to do it again,so today I did another full box...oh, and both times I skipped step 3 because people are saying the peroxide fried their hair and made it back to dark. My hair is quite dry after doing just step 1 and 2 twice and its also very red now. But so far, the black is gone! Now I am a bit nervous, because I keep reading reviews about how if you skip step 3, after a few days your hair can darken again or become unpredictable if you wish to re-dye (which I do want to soon) so now I'm not sure what to do. I suppose I can bear with this reddish color for a few days before I re-dye to medium ash brown, then I will let you all know what happens when I do. Hopefully it will not darken! And YES this stuff stinks! But if I can fix my hair how I want it to be, it's a small stinky price to pay!

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    HAIR TYPE
    Dry Hair / Curly Hair / Thick or Coarse Hair
  • Omg Don't Buy This! 1 Star Rating
    I have naturally brown hair, and I have died it darker which was a dumb idea. I bought this product along with my friend, and we both tried this on our hair...Well it turned hers orange and it turned my hair red (even after doing it 3 times). Not only was it not even close to my natural hair color.... It also has made my hair permanently rubbery all over my hair and I am not able to brush it without it falling out!!!! My friends did the same thing, just not as bad.. I would never recommend this to anyone! Four months later with hundreds of dollars of conditioners that I have bought, and still rubber hair :((

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    HAIR TYPE
    Medium Brown / Color Treated Hair
  • Amazing Product! Took Me From Deep Dark Red To Caramel! 5 Star Rating
    I left it on my hair for an hour with a plastic bag over top, and a towel wrapped over top the plastic bag. I used a blowdryer every 20 min for 3 minutes to add heat.

    I rinsed for 20 straight minutes, shampooed with a clarifying shampoo with a tbsp of baking soda 3 times. I then put an Ion Brilliance conditoner pack on it for 10 min. I rinsed and rinsed some more.

    the end result was an orangey puke color. I re-applied and let sit on my hair for another 45 min, using heat here and there. I repeated my rinsing for 20 minutes and 3 shampoos, and lots of conditioner. I then blow dried and the result was a caramel looking color with some orange tones. I applied the processing lotion (which is so important, its crazy not to use it!) for 5 minutes and rinsed. the result was a lighter caramel with less orange tones.

    It smelled gross..pretty unbearable really. But after rinsing and lots of shampoo with baking soda(natural odor eliminator) it didnt smell bad at all. only when its wet i can smell it faintly(i used it a few days prior to this review).

    All in all, its a fantastic product. I highly recommend it!

    Ps- if you dont rinse well enough, your hair will darken with the processing lotion. It is very important to rinse and rinse and rinse. also very important to use the processor. if you dont, you are leaving your hair cuticle open and when you go to dye it, it could be very unpredictable. You could end up with really really crazy bad hair. PLEASE use the processing lotion and dont be scared. just make sure you rinse thouroughly and shampoo repeatedly before using it.

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    / Ontario
    HAIR TYPE
    Medium Brown / Dry Hair / Color Treated Hair / Fine or Thin Hair / Chemically Treated Hair
  • Color Fix Works (for Me) 5 Star Rating
    i have pixie short hair strw blonde natural and i tried a dark mahogany red which after a week or 2 started to look coppery so i color fixed it and it took out the dye. how ever that was the only layer of dye i had on my hair and its short .people who have trouble with color correction at home is because we dye our hair alot with different shades alot. i would suggest that if you have long hair and or have been dying it for years to get a proffesional opinion i am not a hair dresser but i have also had my share of mistakes .the product works but you have to consider all the dye on your head and the length and thickness .

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  • This Product Is Horrible Do Not Waste Your Money Trust Me! 1 Star Rating
    i bought this on sallys it was 15 dollars. I have very dark ash brown hair almost black. I ombred my hair at a salon but hated how yellow it was and dyed it a "darkes brown shade" after a month i felt like giving the ombre another try and wanted to remove the dye i had so i can go back to the "ombre bleach stage" of my hair so that i could tone it the color i wanted it. I got this thing and it did nothing!!!!! nothing at all i followed all the instructions and all that and it just faded some little pieces of my hair to a brown but nothing more and i didnt use the 3 step thingie. Oh and now i think its back to darkest brown does little pieces that faded to a lighter brown. It doesnt work! and i dont understand how it does work for some people.

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    / California
    HAIR TYPE
    Dark Brown / Normal Hair / Oily Hair / Color Treated Hair
  • I Have It On Hand At All Times! 5 Star Rating
    I have been using ONO Colorfix about twice a year since I discovered it 5 years ago. Each time, it has been used to remove semi-permanent dye buildup of varying shades of dark browns and blacks (brown black, soft black, dark auburn, etc.). I have never been disappointed by the results of Colorfix. My natural color is a light/medium ash brown and I have been dying it religiously every month for years. In the colder/winter months, I opt for dark browns and blacks, but love to go lighter for the spring and summer months. So about ever 6 months or so, I will remove the black semi-permanent dye buildup from my hair so I can dye it a lighter shade.

    I have found it helpful to apply to the ends of the hair first, where there is the most dye buildup. I will usually do that and keep it on for about 10 or 15 minutes (depending on how much it has lightened in that time) before applying it to the rest of my head. I find that my hair color turns out much more even in the end when I apply the Colorfix over two stages like this.

    If I don't use the processing lotion, the brassy brown hair will generally darken within a few days. Though there have been times when I have used the processing lotion after a few days when the brassy tones in my hair had not darkened sufficiently. I have found that the processing lotion is best used about 2 to 3 days after you remove the dye from your hair, or it may darken back to the original shade.

    I absolutely love Colorfix, I have learned to keep a box of it on hand at most times, just in case! I have also recommended it to many of my friends looking to remove dark dye or just to partial corrections of dye jobs. I absolutely cannot recommend this product enough.

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    / Oregon
    HAIR TYPE
    Medium Brown / Fine or Thin Hair
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