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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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ColorZap Hair Color Remover is rated
3.2 out of
Rated 3 out of
Betsy Vasquez from
Red hairI used L'Oréal hi color in magenta for about a year in my hair it been red.I git tired of the hair color this product took out all the red just a like on my bangs I tired everything it won't come off. My hair felt dry after 10 minutes i washed it out I saw your suspose to leave it for 20minutes .
Date published: 2016-10-15
Rated 5 out of
Sooooooooooo happy with how it turned out!!!I'm a naturally blonde and I dyed my hair red. As we all know, red fades SUPER fast and is horribly difficult to take care of. My hair was faded in weird places, my roots were so bad, and I just overall hated my hair. I bought ColorZap when I was looking for ColorOops, and I'm so happy with what I picked. It didn't damage my hair like I heard it would, it got rid of all of the color, and I'm so happy with how it turned out. It didn't take me back to my natural color, as the red dye bleached it away, but it did take me to a very pretty blonde color. If you have long or thick hair like I do, get three boxes. We only bought two and had to scrape product off the sides of the bowl to have enough for my hair. I HIGHLY recommend doing a strand test to see how long you need to leave it on. I definitely recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-08-21
Rated 4 out of
color zap corrected my black dyeOver a year ago I dyed my hair black. I tried absolutely everythinggggggggggg to get it to fade and it would not work so I bought color zap. I have never bleached my hair before so I tested it out on a strip of hair and it made it damaged so I decided not to use it. Two weeks later I absolutey could not stand my hair anymore and decided to just go for it. Before I did it, I researched how to minimize damage and decided to use coconut oil because i heard it really helps. I SOAKED my hair in coconut oil for 5 hours. Lit-er-all-y drenched my hair. After 5 hours i applied the product directly on top of the coconut oil and let it sit for 50 minutes washed it out and there is NO damage what so ever. It's been two weeks and my hair is still as healthy as it was before. Color zap left my hair a shade darker than my natural color (which is a medium brown) so i am ECSTATIC just to finally have that black out. However, I will say it left me with two blonde streaks which are super tiny, and with one patch of black that I must not have saturated enough. Overall, I would recommend this ONLY if you use coconut oil before you apply it. Otherwise it will leave your hair extremely damaged. ALSO, my hair is so long i can sit on it and I was able to get the job done with 3 boxes.
Date published: 2015-10-09
Rated 4 out of
OMG read the instructions!I used the color remover today. It was quick and easy. I usually use a light blond color but bought a light brown by mistake.Oops. That was a mistake and looked terrible. I read the instructions and did not go to the roots but went as close as possible and left it on for 30 minutes. If I had to do it again I probably would leave it on for 20 minutes. Product worked as expected. I redyed my hair as soon as it was dried. Hair is not dried out or brittle. You must read the instructions!!!
Date published: 2015-09-26
Rated 5 out of
Works great! if you read the directions and have healthy hair!!!This was my first time using color zap. I had read a lot of mixed reviews, but I wanted to give it a shot. The negative reviews on this product that I have read, in my opinion are negative for two reasons: first reason, people didn't read the instructions. Secondly, their hair was damaged and they should have gone to a salon. You have to have strong, healthy hair if you are going to use this, or any other color remover. If you're hair is damaged or not in the best health, use color oops, or go to a salon. This product will turn your hair red/orange/copper. That's what it is supposed to do!!!! keep this product off your roots!!!! and shake the bottle very, very good!! any left over powder you see in the bottle, get something plastic, not metal, and use that to scrape the powder off the insides of the bottle. This will prevent any spots. If you read the directions, it works great!!
Date published: 2015-09-15
Rated 5 out of
This stuff works great!My hair was dark brown and I wanted it to be lighter so I used this product. It turns your hair an orange color and right after you are ready to color your hair with your favorite color. My hair is not damaged at all. I would use this again and again as I like to change my hair color all the time.
Date published: 2015-07-14
Rated 3 out of
Too intense for me :(I have dark red hair and I have tried to dye it a lighter color twice and my stubborn color wouldn't change, so i decided to buy a color remover, hoping it would work. I was originally going to get Ion's color remover but one of the employees suggested I get L'Oreal because my hair was really dark and she claimed this one was stronger, so I bought it.
I have curly hair passed my shoulders and I have no idea how I managed to have enough with just one bottle, I definitely suggest you get 2-3 if you have longer or thicker hair.
It said to keep it on for 50min. to an hour for hair as dark as mine and I regret it. I would have kept in on 20-30 minutes max rather than an hour. It was bright copper red when it came time to wash it off. Very light after a shower and my roots were practically blond.
It was definitely lighter haha it was so patchy too.
It said you should dye your hair immediately after so I did, hoping id get rid of the copper/blond. The dye did so little, my hair is still way too light for my liking and that is so disappointing.
I would definitely recommend keeping the remover on for a shorter time because it's so strong, get enough for the amount of hair you have, or else it will come out patchy and invest in a great conditioner because it will dry out your hair!!
Date published: 2014-09-10
Rated 3 out of
Worked, but not quite like I expectedI 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!
I bleached my hair and applied a red manic panic semi hair color on it. Will this product work? If not, what product works best?
Asked by: LaShan 77
No, this item is for the removal of permanent hair color. You will need something that takes semi- permanent hair color out such as BTZ radical hair color remover (SBS-140505) or ion Hair Color Remover (SBS-405008). Good luck!
Answered by: Sally Staff
Date published: 2017-01-13
I used a dark brown hair color and I really hate it. How quickly can I tone my hair to a light brown.
Asked by: Janet Eaton
VERY QUICKLY...COLORZAP SHOULD TAKE IT DOWN TO LIGHT YELLOW, THEN YOU CAN RECOLOR. I'D CONDITION IT BEFORE THE RECOLOR. IT CAN TAKE VERY DARK IF THE HAIR IS POROUS AND DAMAGED. YOU MAY ALSO USE A DARK BLONDE.
Answered by: Poppanick
Date published: 2016-10-25
Will this help remove henna?
I'm desperately trying to find a good product that will remove henna. Its been a few months since i dyed my hair with henna so its fading but, will this lift the color from my hair?
Asked by: Morgan
Hello, and thank you for your question. Yes, it should, but it will not take the hair back to the natural color. It just removes the unwanted pigment.
Answered by: Sally Staff
Date published: 2016-05-06
Red/Black dye over blue
So, my hair is naturally really dark.. I had worked to dye it blue and then a funeral came around and after months of having blue hair I couldn't go to the funeral with blue hair. So, I put bright red dye over it to counter act the blue it turned it black.. And I put a black dye over top to cover it.. Now my hair is in perfect shape again. (My hair bounces back pretty quickly) it's healthy but I want to strip the black from my hair... I wanted to use the L'orial Color remover but I don't have a pro card. Next best thing? I don't want to be blonde again just want to lift a shade off of my hair
Asked by: LazyKaleidoscope
For this particular product you don't need a pro card. Although, I have seen color removers that do require a pro card. The best I can recommend is that you omit the developer provided in the box and replace it with filtered water. It will lift the color but, less drastically.
Answered by: monkiwi
Date published: 2016-05-04
does it take all of your old hair color out your hair
I have old black pink and red that I need out is this what to use.
Asked by: brinaboo2017
It should. Be careful not to tear the box or you may tear the instructions.
Answered by: Muddyfeet
Date published: 2015-09-27
Will it remove hightlights?
I have highlighted hair. I used Ion color brilliance sky blue on the ends.. about a month later I can't get it out! It's faded from blue to light blue/green. Will this remove it? and will it affect the highlights I had previously?
Asked by: Jenni
This will remove the blue coloring. The highlights will be affected if they were done with hair color.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2015-09-25
get red dye out
I dyed my hair red, bright, I need to know exactly instructions how to apply colorzap
Asked by: glo
you need to go to Sally's and read directions on box before you buy.
Answered by: klingon
Date published: 2015-07-14
I have green/blue hair (i used manic panic & n'rage) would this get the color out of my hair?
Asked by: Angel
It should. my hair was dark brown and this stuff turned my hair a light orange then i colored it right after with red dye and it turned out great.