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

Red Gold Corrector Plus .125 oz.

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SBS-240815

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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.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worked for me but I tweeked I am a natural redhead...blonde/red as a child and deeper reds mixed in with brown/blonde as I got older. Now grays mixed in. When I dyed my hair I got a horrible orange/red color. I want my hair more ash with red undertones. I've done alot of research online about cancelling out unwanted colors. Green cancels red. Voilet cancels yellow. This product has a little more violet in it than green and I needed to cancel out more red than yellow. I mixed my dye (just doing roots) so 1 oz. dye, 1 oz developer, 5 drops of Ardell Red Gold Corrector Plus and 2 drops of green food dye. The results were perfect!! February 7, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Results I tried this product because I was hoping to remove some orange coloring from my hair that I had bleached to a yellow/orange stage. After I used this color drabber, the "orange" turned to a dark yellow and blended very nicely with the rest of my hair. 100% happy! May 17, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by 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
Rated 1 out of 5 by 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
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2 weeks, 1 day ago
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Hello, and thank you for your question. We would say so, but you wouldn’t directly apply it to the hair. It is meant to be mixed in the color/developer solution.
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1 year, 1 month ago
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annon
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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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