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  • Removes unwanted permanent haircolor
  • Allows color correction to specific areas
  • Easily removes any level of hair color
  • No unpleasant odor
  • Easy to mix and apply

One N Only Colorfix removes unwanted permanent hair color regardless of how long it has been in the hair. Controlled usage allows color correction to specific areas. One N Only Colorfix is designed for full or slight color corrections. From 6 to 16 applications depending on whether use is for partial or full color correction. Effective on all hair types - leaves hair in optimum condition. Does not contain ammonia, bleach or formaldehyde.

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Colorfix is rated 4.078947368421052 out of 5 by 304.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not sure I began with dark brown hair between a level 4 and 5 with red undertones. Ive been colouring it like this for a year. Im a natural dirty blonde with some grey and want to go light again... less maintenance. I used colorfix twice, did plenty of rinsing and then sealed it with step 3 solution. I ended up with a very orange brassy colour. I didn't see any difference in colour with the second round. The next day, I needed to tone down the brass and cover my roots so I used ION demi-permanent 7NA with 10 volume. I used Ion Color Prep because I was worried about getting uneven results based on the lower lengths being porous from previous bleaching. I think it's at least a level lighter... maybe more but not quite two. It's still pretty reddish but I'm afraid to use a toner on it because it's not in great shape. Once I get this figured out and get back closer to my natural shade and I AM NEVER GOING TO TOUCH MY HAIR MYSELF AGAIN!
Date published: 2016-07-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Effective but YIKES It really worked well for me. I was trying to get the brown dye out of my black hair before I go bleach it and saw the reviews. It definitely took away the hair colour but MAN does it smell rank.
Date published: 2016-07-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It works but smells! I took my hair from looking black to a medium brown/reddish color with this. I had to use 2 applications which for my hair was two boxes. It smells like rotten eggs, and the smell stayed in my hair for over a week!! It was only noticeable however when it got wet. I used all three steps, the 3rd step is to ensure your color is sealed, if you skip it the hair will darken as the day goes on anyway. After using color fix i matched my roots to a 5 neutral brown, and added my own highlights by adding color corrector. (see pic) This entire process took me about a week, and only about $40. At a salon it would have been well over $300
Date published: 2016-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works like a charm! I started with golden blonde hair and wanted it purple, but the "Plum" color I used turned it Fuschia which faded to a hot pink. I chose One N Only based on its 82% recommendation rating, and I see why! My hair looked like a peachy blonde after the first application so I did a second and THEN used the processing lotion. My hair came back to a sandy blonde which turned out to be a good base for my next coloring step. I used a different brand of darkest plum (and then corrected a few other bits with a 6G Golden Blonde). This process took several hours but I am 100% satisfied with the results, AND my hair is NOT fried. One N Only requires a few steps, but if followed properly is safe and easy to use.
Date published: 2016-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well. I had a mishap with some hair color. The box said "extra light blonde" but it turned out that what was in the box was black. This left my hair various shades of black, brown, and grey. I bought this in hopes to get it out. It worked, though the processing lotion made some of the darkness near the roots reappear it still looks way nicer than it did. One thing I don't like is the box doesn't contain all the equipment it turned out I needed and since the instructions are printed inside the box I didn't know I needed things like an applicator bottle or a brush, gloves, and a processing cap. I had to improvise everything.
Date published: 2016-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does exactly what it says! (Here's a bit of background info on my hair and stuff, skip this whole first paragraph to get to my suggestions/real review) I'm pretty indecisive when it comes to my hair color. I was almost to my long-desired grey color about 6 months ago, until I got bored and decided to start coloring it pink. After I got bored with pink, I decided to go another natural route and color it a light-medium ashy brown. Needless to say, that got old as well and a few months later I went over that with a light auburn gingery color. I was honestly not sure what color I wanted to do next, but I was just googling some stuff here and there and came across color remover (which I'd never even heard of before) and then I saw Guy Tang suggest One N Only Colorfix in a youtube video of his, so obviously this was the one I went with. I really had no clue what to expect going into it. Before I purchased I read tons and tons of reviews, figured it seems like a good product so why wouldn't I try it! Super glad I did, I'm really happy with my results. Here's some things I want to put out there with this product that I myself had some trouble finding in reviews. - Will this work on my hair color? Yes, but only if it is a permanent color. Colorfix has been designed to suck out permanent, oxidative colors. Not direct dyes. Such as semi-permanent, demi-permanent, whatever colors like Manic Panic or something of that sort. That's one of the main things I saw in nearly every negative review was someone trying to remove their neon green hair and getting angry when it didn't work. Now there is a chance that it will remove some color, or maybe even all; but I definitely wouldn't rely on this if you're trying to remove a direct dye. - If you have previously lightened (bleached) your hair, keep in mind that bleach (lightener, whatever you want to call it) permanently alters the "color" of your hair. So say you're naturally a medium brown hair color, lightened your hair to a nice platinum blonde but got tired of it and went back over the lightened hair with a black color. If you go to remove that black color, you will be left with (most likely) a warm, brassy, orangey toned color. Similar to when bleach is put on the hair and isn't toned, not your natural hair color that you started out with. This cannot reverse bleach. - DON'T SKIP THE PROCESSING LOTION! This is an important step, that's why it's included. Yes, this can darken your hair again. But understand why! This processing lotion is meant to be put on your hair after you've completed and rinsed out the actual color removal process. If you haven't successfully removed every bit of previous color, this processing lotion will oxidize that color still left in and make it visible again so you're aware that you didn't remove all of the color. This may seem redundant and like it's ruining your hard work, which is why I would suggest to put a bit on a small section or two of hair and see if it darkens up. If it does, then you know to redo the color removal process (up to three times in a row). If you skip this step and don't successfully remove all of your previous color, it is a huge possibility that whenever you wake up the next morning your hair may be splotchy and uneven or just all around dark once again, because the left over color was left to oxidize and come back out on it's own. Now I've read that some people get lucky when they skip the processing lotion, but really. It's there for a reason, use it!
Date published: 2016-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked like a charm! I have been using Ion Color Brilliance Permanent Creme hair color in 7G Medium Golden Blonde with 20v developer for a good while now. I decided to be different and use 7RC Medium Copper Blonde for a change. Boy, was that a disaster! I ended up with a harsh auburn color, and I looked like death warmed over. Disclaimer: I made this decision on my own, and it was my fault for not anticipating negative results. I checked around to see what would be good to tone this mess down, and a couple of professionals I know recommended Ion Color Corrector. Well, my local Sally shop was out of it, and I couldn't wait for an online order, so I picked up One 'n Only Colorfix to try. I had excellent results! I used all of the product because I have thick, long hair, and I needed all of it. It did smell pretty bad, but I love the results! I only kept it on for about five minutes after I finished applying it all over because I got the results I wanted and didn't want to risk keeping it on any longer than that. I ended up with a beautiful strawberry blonde---not too much red, but just enough to make it pretty! :) This color is actually better than what I was going for, so I'm happy! And my hair is not damaged from the product. I have thick, wavy, coarse hair, and it actually feels a bit softer and less coarse now. I hope I never have another coloring disaster like I did this time, but if I do, I know what to buy! :)
Date published: 2016-01-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Removed Black Dye My hair is naturally black and I got tired of dying it brown so i dyed it back to black a year ago or maybe longer. I recently tried to dye my hair brown and only half of my hair took the color brown the other half still stayed black. I didn't want to bleach my hair so i figured i would try this first. I only used the two first bottles as i was told to do, I did not sit out in the sun or applied any heat completely skipped those directions just wrapped it for 20 minutes to 25 minutes. It did take me long to apply it because my hair is long so the whole thing with the 20 minutes took about an hour. I used two full boxes and nothing was left. After rinsing i was surprised to see that it took the black color out, it was brown and almost the same color as the top part. I haven't decided if i will dye it again but it definitely took out the black dye. Bad part stinks horrible, i realized the longer my hair was wet the stronger the smell. I blow dried the wet parts and it smelled less, hopefully it goes away today which is the next day.
Date published: 2016-01-15
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I have white hair,have about 4 inches of brown,would like to take the dark out without damage to my hair what can i do to remove the dark

Asked by: Flower
If the brown is from permanent dye, this will remove it. It may not make your hair exactly the original shade, but it will be close. I just went from Dark maroon red to light golden blonde today with no bleach or dye, just using this product. It took 2 applications back to back to pull out all the red, but my hair is silky soft and not damaged at all.
Answered by: Melissa
Date published: 2016-06-05

I put color fix on this afternoon but it did not work.can i useLamaur 30min bleach today?

My hair is dyed electric blue in a bunch of shades and its semi permanent Ion color brilliance brights. Color fix box says or may not remove semi p dyes and it didn't so my question is can I use Lamaur 30 min bleach now? It is for "professional use only" and it is some pretty hard core stuff. Any comments or advice? It's been about twelve hours now
Asked by: Johnna
Hello, and thank you for your question. We would suggest that you not use the bleach right now. I think your hair needs to wait awhile in order to avoid doing a lot of damage. We have direct dye lifters available now that can be mixed with developer. However, it will be difficult for you to fix because blue is one of the hardest pigments to remove especially if you have been using the blue repeatedly or it’s been awhile since you colored it blue. Blue dye attaches to hair very easily and because of the color saturation it is hard to remove. We would suggest you use the color removers before trying a bleach. The bleach could potentially damage your hair depending on its condition. If you still aren’t satisfied after waiting a few days then we would say bleach it. we just don’t want you to compromise your hair if possible.
Answered by: Sally Staff
Date published: 2016-05-09

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Does this product remove the dye back to your original hair color, or just from the last time I dyed it. For example if I have burgundy hair will it go back to my natural hair (brown) or will it go to my previous hair color (black)
Asked by: zira
Hello, and thank you for your question. One 'n Only Colorfix should remove all hair dye to your natural color.
Answered by: Sally Staff
Date published: 2016-04-19

how many bottles come with color fix

Asked by: Rhonda
The product comes with from 6 to 16 applications depending on whether use is for partial or full color correction.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-04-18

Should I use a stripper or re-dye my hair?

I'm naturally a medium/dark brunette. I've dyed my hair twice, the first time a (barely noticeable) dark auburn, and the second a brighter auburn. I want to go back to my natural color but I'm not sure if a stripper would work. Should I try it, or just dye it dark brown? Help!
Asked by: Jillybean
Hello, and thank you for your question. We recommend going with the option that you are most comfortable with, you can do either.
Answered by: Sally Staff
Date published: 2016-04-07

Will this work for hair color that is semi -permanent

Asked by: Lovie
Nope. This product is only for permanent oxidative color.
Answered by: Harleysgurl
Date published: 2016-04-04

Will this remove color from mannequin hair? I used 40 volume bleach to strip the color and now I'm left with an orangy- blonde

Asked by: Knich
No-this product removes color. With the bleach process, you've already done that. You need to add color to balance the results you got with the bleach.
Answered by: Harleysgurl
Date published: 2016-04-04

what does the processing lotion do? we used color fix 2 times and when we put the pros lotion in it got darker and really red

Asked by: dozer
So, Colorfix works by shrinking oxidative dye(permanent or demi dyes) molecules, right? Well, the processing lotion makes those dye molecules go back to their normal size. If you haven't rinsed out all of your color, the processing lotion will show you that so that you can immediately do another application of colorfix. If your hair gets splotchy after using the processing lotion, it is working like it should (at least the processing lotion part).
Answered by: Lyz
Date published: 2016-03-20
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