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Ion Color Brilliance Color Corrector

Color Brilliance By Ion

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Ion Color Brilliance Color Corrector gently removes permanent hair color.

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  • Must rinse with 10 vol. developer following application, not included
  • Refreshing fragrance
  • For all oxidation dyes
  • Non bleach formula
  • Gentle

Ion Color Brilliance Color Corrector for Permanent Dyes is a non-bleach formulation that gently removes permanent hair color. Will not lift or deteriorate the natural condition of the hair. Use for a slight color correction or for a color change.
If the hair has previously been colored with permanent hair color then an application of Ion® Color Corrector should first be done. Remember tint won't lift tint.
Ion® Color Corrector is the safe choice for removing permanent hair color. Easy to use for minimal to moderate color removal. Unique formula works by reducing the size of the artificial color molecules so they can be easily rinsed from the hair.
Use Ion Color Brilliance Color Corrector only as directed. Avoide contact with the eyes.
See package insert for usage direction.
  • Must rinse with 10 vol. developer following application, not included
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Black Hair Removal -mid process- First, I want to start by saying simply that the product works. I had been dying my hair black for more than a year when I decided to stop and let it grow. After about 2 inches of roots, I decided to instead get the black removed. The hairdresser recommended all over highlights every 4-6 weeks until it was all out. That's how I ended up with tiger stripes. Much of the black remained, while the highlights faded and got brassy. At the second session, this time with a solid 3 inches of roots, the highlights lifted the roots to bright blonde, while leaving the rest a darker, mismatching shade. And there was still black. So we have this tiger striping, blonde rooted mess to work with. Reverse ombre in the worst way. This is when I used Ion color corrector. I waited about a week after the fresh highlights (wearing my hair up all week) and then applied. It worked. All of the black that was left lifted to a chocolaty dark brown. Not as light as I would have liked, but I was impressed nonetheless. I followed it the next day with an Ion high lift blonde all over color, and it really evened things out. now it just looks like I have all over highlights in brown hair, and I've even gotten a few complements. I still have work to do, but it is in much better shape now. A few points of advice: 1. Follow. The. Directions. All of them. Rinse your hair until you are a prune. 2. The developer is the most important step. This ensures that the color you are seeing is the color you are working with. It will not re-oxidize with a new color. 3. It DID NOT damage my highlights. The high lift blond color with a red gold corrector took the brassiness right out. 4. It DID dry my hair out. But its been taking a beating the last few months anyway. 5. Deep condition!!! 6. The smell is not that bad. Turn your bathroom fan on and you will be fine. It did not linger in my hair either. I hope this helped anyone with a weird situation like mine! March 25, 2015
Got the black right out of my hair I accidentally dyed my hair black right before Christmas (see also my review of Age Beautiful Darkest Blue). I haven't had black hair since I was a teenager precisely because the dye is so difficult to get out of hair, so i panicked when the blue color faded to black and basically stayed there. I tried to get it to fade for a few weeks and then decided to try this. Within 10 minutes my hair was back to a light brown, ready to dye and nowhere near as damaged as it would have been if I had bleached it like I used to have to with black dye back in the 90s. It smells god-awful, but it totally works!! January 28, 2015
ive had black hair for years now, with so much build up. I was using any box hair dye. I needed something to remove the black out of my hair without damaging. I read reviews on this before I tried it. I was extremely nervous at first. I completely 100% recommend this. my hair is a little above the shoulders with a bob cut. if you have used box hair dye like I have and have a lot of build up, I highly suggest doing the treatment twice. it doesn't look the way you want it at first, but after you re dye it, it looks amazing. you need to follow the directions completely. December 9, 2014
Removed gray/purple tones from blonde hair I am a natural blonde (around level 7) who uses high-lift blonde dyes (e.g. L'Oreal MegaBlondes) to lighten my hair. My lengths and ends were near-platinum when I decided to go a bit darker and more beige for the winter. I had used Wella toner T15 (Pale Beige Blonde) with 10 vol developer, making sure to only let it sit on my lengths for 5 min. Unfortunately a few sections of hair were very porous, and they sucked up all of the cool tones in the toner, leaving me with purple streaks. I first washed my hair with clarifying shampoo and baking soda, which took out some of the purple, but left behind a purplish gray, and also dried out my hair. Two days after the toning, I was still unhappy with the dingy grayish sections and decided to try the Ion Color Corrector. I followed the directions for the color correction (color change) and applied the mixture just to the gray pieces. The smell was unpleasant but not unbearable (perhaps because I only applied it to a few sections of hair). After 20 minutes I washed my hair twice in hot water with a clarifying shampoo and then quickly saturated it with 10 vol developer so the color wouldn't re-oxidize. After rinsing out the developer I followed up with a reconstructing conditioner (Joico K-Pak) and then a deep conditioner (Redken All Soft Heavy Cream). The color corrector took out the purplish gray and left a cool beige blonde that matched my unaffected roots well. My ends were a bit frazzled at first (probably due to a combination of the corrector and the previous baking soda treatment), and the odor lingered slightly, but a continued regimen of conditioning treatments fixed everything within a few days. I still have half of the product left over, so I will be holding onto it in case I have another mishap. Well worth it! November 5, 2014
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How soon after using this product can you Recolor your hair? Is there any contraindication?
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I recolored 24 hours after using the product. Be sure to use the developer as stated though, or dying will reoxidize your color and turn out darker.
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My none gray hair has gotten to dark so need to go to a lighter color .
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i have dark brown hair naturally but i died it red about 5 months ago. i didnt bleach it or anything so i want my natural hair color back. its a copper now. will it take my natural hair color away too if i use this product? or damage it at all?
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it did not damage my hair, and I had pitch black hair. but on the box it states it will not take you back to your natural color. the only way to get it back to your natural would be by growing your hair out.
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Permanent or Demi permanent hair color requires a developer to deposit the hair color. Developer removes some of the natural pigment in order to deposit the new. How much is removed depends on the volume (strength) of the developer. Color corrector will remove the artificial pigment, however the hair will not be the same color as before dying. It will not remove additional natural pigment.
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I've decided to let my hair go naturally gray after coloring it (dark brown) for many years. I'm thinking of using this product to make the transition (natural roots) a little less stark/dramatic. My question is, the ends were previously bleached for an ombre look and then redyed after I got sick of it. How will this product effect/look on the previously bleached hair? I don't want three tones of hair. (gray, brown, bleached) Thanks!
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