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Unred Hair Color Additive
Unred Hair Color Additive
 

Unred Hair Color Additive

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SBS-240812

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  • Compatible with any brand of hair color
  • Works by minimizing brassiness
  • Improves Hi-Lifts

Ardell Unred Hair Color Drabber eliminates unwanted red tones from colored hair. Works in all bleaches by minimizing brassiness. Contains ingredients that will help reduce burning and itching. There is less fading and oxidation because color locks-in and holds. Use between touch-ups to tone down fading, oxidation and brassy casts.

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Unred Hair Color Additive is rated 3.710526315789474 out of 5 by 38.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from How To Best Use The Unred I've never heard of using Unred with bleach. The people who have all seem to say doesn't work. It's designed to use as an additive to hair color/tint mixture. As you pour your color/tint into bottle with your developer, add entire package of unred to the bottle too, shake well, apply to dry hair. Don't let it scare you because it looks like black ink, but that's ok, it won't turn your hair black. Also no need to fret as it turns to like a gray color while it's on your hair. When it's time to wash color/tint out your hair should be the color you wanted ...minus the red or brassiness. NOTE: The Unred will not work simply mixed in conditioner or shampoo. It has to have developer to work, usually 20 vol developer. Hope this helps answer some questions I've seen on here.
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from How To Best Use The Unred I've never heard of using Unred with bleach. The people who have all seem to say doesn't work. It's designed to use as an additive to hair color/tint mixture. As you pour your color/tint into bottle with your developer, add entire package of unred to the bottle too, shake well, apply to dry hair. Don't let it scare you because it looks like black ink, but that's ok, it won't turn your hair black. Also no need to fret as it turns to like a gray color while it's on your hair. When it's time to wash color/tint out your hair should be the color you wanted ...minus the red or brassiness. NOTE: The Unred will not work simply mixed in conditioner or shampoo. It has to have developer to work, usually 20 vol developer. Hope this helps answer some questions I've seen on here.
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did Nothing I added this to bleach per instructions. I was trying to tone down stubborn red. After bleaching, I looked like a carrot.
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from From red to... brass I dyed my hair Burgundy a year and a half ago. Since then, I have dyed it Dark Ash Brown and then Medium Ash Brown. The 'Ash' didn't do anything to strip the red gloss (in the sunlight, my hair appeared orange). Being a VEGAN, Ardell was one of the only brands I could buy at Sally's. So when I heard of Unred, I was like HECK YEA. Well, the results got me saying HECK NO. My roots were dyed orange brass. The tint of red/orange in the sunlight is now a very unnatural looking brassy-brown. This product also dyed my roots very light brass (my natural hair is lighter than my previous dye + the roots were saturated in the dye and the Unred the longest. I would say buy this if you have literal red hair. If you are like me and are hoping to remove tints of red, I would say this is a 2-2.5/5. It did do something, but not quite what it claims. Boo
Date published: 2015-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Did the job My brown hair pulls really golden red tones, even when I use ash colors. This stuff worked for me. Also fixed my hot roots.
Date published: 2014-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked Somewhat I have LOTS of red in my hair any time I try to lighten it, so it's a big job to tone down the red. This did tone the orange/red down some, but didn't completely get rid of it. If you have just slight brassiness, this would probably do the trick. I think I just have to quit trying to lighten my hair. It's just not meant to be.
Date published: 2013-11-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from didn't do anything I had stripped my hair and I ended up with a light brown color with a lot of orange/copper tones. It looked awful, but I was expecting that. So, then I decided to dye my hair with Ion Color Brilliance 8n and 20v developer. That did nothing. My hair did not lighten at all. I was still left with copper ugly orange hair. So, I decided to try this to get the orange tones out. I read a lot of positive reviews so I thought this would work. I added this to my deep conditioner and let it set for 35 minutes. I washed it out and even put some in my purple shampoo and let that sit for 10 minutes. I rinsed my hair, dried it, and I am still left with copper hair!
Date published: 2013-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works very good! I do not regret buying this at all!!. I had red hair that i had dyed a darker brown color, and i used packets of these a couple at a time, to help get rid of more red from my dark brown hair and they worked wonderfully as a hair color add in, and also when mixed with regular shampoo they also work. It turns hairdye and shampoo when used together a very scary ashy grey color, BUT, do not be afraid of that, because it works and does not turn your hair grey at all. You will love the results!!. I highly recommend a as a booster for haircolor to help get rid of more unwanted red tones!!!.
Date published: 2012-12-23
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How does this work?

Do you add this in with your hair dye? or is this something you wash through your hair?
Asked by: Court
Instructions are vague, however, if you read the page that shows with the product online, it refers to adding to bleach as well as to color in between. It did nothing in the bleach.
Answered by: GrayMare
Date published: 2015-10-26

How do you use it? How do you apply it? 

Asked by: Anna Gross

does mixing with a dye work better or can you just mix with a conditioner?

I really want to dye my hair a medium ash brown tonight in hopes that some of the green tone will cancel out the red but don't know whether I should wait and buy this product or go right on ahead?!?
Asked by: Anonymous
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