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Ardell Red Gold Corrector Plus .125 oz.

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Size: 0.125 oz.
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Ardell Red Gold Corrector Plus is a hair color corrector to eliminate reds and golds.


Ardell Red Gold Corrector Plus .125 oz.
Ardell Red Gold Corrector Plus .125 oz.



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  • Eliminates unwanted harsh red or gold tones
  • Refreshes blonde, gray or white hair
  • Conditions and corrects
  • Extra-strength formula

Ardell Red Gold Corrector Plus is an extra-strength formula that is used during tinting, bleaching or toning to eliminate unwanted harsh red or gold tones. It also deep conditions the hair and refreshes blondes, grays and white hair.
You may add up to three packettes of Ardell Red Gold Corrector Plus without altering processing time.
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No! No! NO!!! I used this because I know my hair is prone to the orange gold colors when I color. This did nothing at all to correct that problem. It didn't work at all i still had to bleach to get out all the orange red gold tones. Its a good thing it was so inexpensive as it did not work for me at all. January 2, 2014
Not For Me I had high hopes, but for me, this did not work. I admit, I have LOTS of red any time I try to lighten my hair. This actually turned my hair pink. I think I just have too much red to overcome. I personally would not use it again, but it seems to work for those with only a small amount of red. November 21, 2013
Tames the Orange I have used this product three times this week trying to cover up my orange hair. I have had a life time struggle of coloring my hair, it always shows thru and turns orange red no matter what hair color I try, or who does it, salon, at home, etc. I have tired in vain to cover it. I used the Red Out earlier this week and got no results that I could see when I colored. Went back to Sally's and was told to try this one. I recolored my hair using the directions on the carton, the dosage. While my hair might have had a tad less orange I still had my orange halo and glowed orange in the light. I recolored my hair this morning with the double ash color I had used before. The only difference was I (gulp) tripled the amount of this product in the color. I was desperate. After coloring I still have a bit of a warm tone in the light at the crown but the medium ash brown seems to be more dominant. In the sunlight or lamp light I now have more dark auburn highlights in my hair than the orange clown colors I have had since a child. October 26, 2013
No difference really! I am 50ish with med-dk brown with orange tones hair and probably 60% grey. Have been dyeing my hair forever and usually stick close to my natural colour of med-dk brown . I have been wanting to go to a light neutral brown. Dyed it a light brown and lots of orange appeared but it was lighter. So I then got 2 packets of this and added it a dark neutral blonde dye and dyed my hair. Let it sit for 45 minutes and rinsed out. Hair came out med brown with lots of orange tone to it. I'm not knocking this product at all as I'm sure it would work wonders on someone with lighter hair. My hair is very hard to get lighter and it has a lot of orange tone to it naturally. I think I'm going to have to bleach it out and start anew if I want the desired shade of a neutral light brown. October 13, 2013
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Do you think i can mix this with my shimmer light shampoo to make it work more and get rid or those orange/red tones? I dyed my hair from a natural dark brown(asian hair) to a medium brown without bleach, just a lighter hair dye, and i really want to get rid of the orangey red you see when i go out into the sun.
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Tiny will not lift tint. Try color REDUCER if your hair is healthy (not over processed). It reduces *added* permanent color tints, it may not remove orange from going previously lifted. Recoloring (try demi for less damage) is likely required; but seems the best way for PERMANENT color reduction. Color remover (bleaching) can be more damaging than reducer. (NOT an expert).
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