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L'Oreal ColorZap Haircolor Remover

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L 'Oreal ColorZap Haircolor Remover is ideal for all color corrections.


L'Oreal ColorZap Haircolor Remover
L'Oreal ColorZap Haircolor Remover

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  • Leaves hair ready for immediate re-coloring
  • Allows any desired color changes
  • Ideal for all color corrections

L 'Oreal ColorZap removes all unwanted permanent hair color and leaves hair ready for a new shade application. ColorZap is ideal for all color corrections and will allow you to make any desired color changes. ColorZap will not restore hair to its original, natural color. It removes the tint revealing the underlying base from which the natural color has been removed in the haircoloring process.
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Worked, but not quite like I expected I originally had dyed black hair (I naturally have a greyish-light brown), and I wanted to try my hand at blonde. After reading reviews from different sites, I decided to go ahead and try this out. If you do use this product, definitely get 2 boxes, if you have either shoulder-length hair, or thick hair, as I have both. Since I ran out, I have a sort of ombre look now. It did remove the black where it was applied, which was good, and I turned out with a bright red head of hair, which was actually very pretty. Some parts were lighter than others though, since the mixture was nothing more than water with chunks, and didn't go on even. One interesting thing is that I didn't realize this was a bleaching agent (I'm new to this), and it accidentally got on my undyed roots. The result is I have platinum blonde roots, bright red/orange hair, leading to black on the bottom. Needless to say, I look interesting. I'll have to do more research into how to become blonde, since this is a harrowing task apparently. People stated that it dried out their hair, but it didn't dry mine out anymore than a box dye would. It feels like you washed your hair with dollar store shampoo. To remedy this, I suggest picking up some coconut oil (I got a decent sized jar at my local dollar store for $1), heating a bit up in the microwave, and using it as a hot oil treatment - leaving it to soak into your hair and scalp for at least an hour before washing it out. And tons of conditioner, regardless! May 1, 2014
Best Color Remover Ever My hair has been dyed and bleached countless times. I dyed my hair jet black after bleaching it blonde, and after a while, I missed the blonde but my hair was in no condition for being bleached. I read online about color removers and so I went and bought this. Seconds after it was on my hair, my hair was pale blonde again. This stuff really takes out the color. And it doesn't smell like rotting eggs like most color removers I have used. But for shoulder length hair, you may need two bottles. March 15, 2014
Terrible!! I usually use the Ion color corrector but the store I went to was out. I've only ever use that & it's always worked. This past weekend I did my best friends hair, she had dyed black hair. The woman working recommended we get this since the Ion was out. I should have just went to another Sally's & got the Ion. This did not take the color off of her hair. Her roots were bright blonde, but the rest was black. I even put it on her roots last. It had no smell which was nice but damaged her hair & made it look terrible. Next time I will make sure to get the Ion color corrector no matter what. February 25, 2014
It does the job! I was really skeptical after reading a ton of reviews for this product but honestly, it did the job. This is a color remover but is in no way a miracle product. This is supposed to help you transition to a lighter hair color. PLEASE READ THE DIRECTIONS! I saw so many reviews that said that this hurt -- it hurt because you put in on your natural hairline and it was rubbed into your scalp. The directions say to specifically NOT to do that. Focus at the tips and be careful around the roots. It also did not promise to turn your hair back to your natural color. I dyed my hair a stupid dark auburn/purple color and for months could not get rid of it. I tried everything that I could but it still stayed. I tried Color Zap to help remove the red and turn it back to a lighter (easier to dye) color and it did just that. My hair turned into a yellow/orange and was very brittle. I made sure to buy a few packets of Ion Protein Reconstructor to help condition my poor strands of hair. It helped a lot and made the funky smell go away. TL:DR? Its a good product and it does what it advertises. Please make sure to buy an awesome moisturizer and be careful with your hair. I waited a day or two before I redyed my hair. It said that you could do it right away but my hair was in no condition for that. Lots of hair masks and olive oil treatments! haha! Oh! And make sure you buy two packages if you have medium/long hair. Im so glad I did because I ran out before doing the crown of my head. February 22, 2014
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Water to add color zap

There are to different directions. Do I need to add water for really dark hair... Under the light hair section it says to add water
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