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ColorZap Hair Color Remover

ColorZap Hair Color 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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ColorZap Hair Color Remover is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 87.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I bought this the other day to finish getting the grey hair dye out and it worked so well. Definitely would recommend. I only had to leave in for about 10 minutes!
Date published: 2017-07-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is a bleach I was looking for a color corrector and they told me the one I was looking for was not available so I bought this. I went home and used it. Afterwards I realized it was bleach. I'm not happy about it because I already have hair bleach and could have used that rather than paying the 12 bucks for this box.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very damaging I used this last night on my hair only he underneath thank goodness because it damaged my hair BAD it's like barn yard hay now.
Date published: 2017-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It works! Great Product, it was easy to use, with no damage to my hair. I love it!
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It lifts color alright. hot roots!!! Splotchy. I have to be very delicate with my hair. A few years ago after some nasty medications and a bad bleach job that made me loose 1/3 of my hair. I am very apprehensive to put anything even close to bleach near my head. My hair is precious to me now because I've worked so hard to actually have it back to a reasonable state. It also grows at a snail pace now too unfortunately. Hadn't had a salon cut for 5 years because I was so scared of someone taking too much off and being stuck with it because it doesn't grow very fast. Finally went to a salon and she did just that. I realized I hate my cut because my hair is too dark, it just looks too severe with the straight cut bangs and solid dark color. So I started looking into options. Started out with the usual diy vit c, vinager, baking soda, nothing budged. I know there's both Demi and perm on my hair. Did multiple packets alternating between the ion oxidizing and non oxidizing remover and the one for Demi only and after about ten treatments the color lightened only a bit. Time to bring out the big guns. After looking at everything available this seemed to be the least damaging, easiest on your hair, won't change or alter natural virgin color, and seemed to have the best results. Cool! Got 3 boxes. Did the ends first because that's where the most buildup is wrapped them in foil, waited a while and then completely saturated the rest of my head put a cap on and did the heat and waited shampooed rinsed and conditioned. I cannot tell you how disappointed I am after going through so much time and effort to separate my ends not to have hot roots only to get them severely. White!!! I only cried a little bit. So now I have yellow hair, white hot roots, and still areas of very dark patches. The issue is that i know that if it's lifting my roots it's effecting more that just synthetic dyes. Ya know? There's gotta be some kinda peroxide in this stuff for it to do that. I know with the results of the last treatment I am going to have to do another one to get even results to prep for coloring...that scares the bejesus out of me...if those roots happened before what are they going to do the second time? I was so careful! I sectioned and foil separated. It still happened. A lot of people on here don't realize also that this product is just a step in the process, it's not supposed to be the end all be all. Doesn't work that way. It's like trying to bleach a black shirt beige with Clorox, it's going to turn red, you counteract that with blue. Yes your hair turns orange after a color remover. You have a naked cuticle now. Plus if you take out the pieces of rope or links in the chain you need to put something back in, even if it's a color 6 shades lighter than you want and ash tone to counteract the red with a no lift developer. It will seal your hair and refill those holes. Trust me your hair will thank you. This product should not show you final results at all. Blotchy with hot roots on the other hand..Oh well. Rather do it again than a bleach bath. If I have hot roots than I have hot roots. Already have a plan. After it's all over I'm using a t18 toner and a 10 ash Demi throughout and a 8 ash Demi on the roots for 1/2 the time. I know my hair will soak it up like a sponge. Wish me luck kittens!!! Just a warning!! If you don't want your natural virgin regrowth to change don't use this product! And..Don't be surprised if it's splotchy.
Date published: 2017-05-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not what I was expecting... Firstly let me say, I've been coloring and bleaching my hair for 14 years. I know my hair's limits and I keep track of what I've done with it. I colored it red about a month or two ago. Before that I had colored it a reddish brown from partial blonde. I had very short hair, shaved sides and back with blonde on top which I have been growing out. In the grand scheme of hair coloring I hadn't done too much to it and decided to go back blonde. Anytime I look to do color lifting or a color switch, especially from blonde to a darker color I watch a bunch of youtube videos and with knowledge of my hair formulate a plan of attack. I was looking for Color Oops which is what I typically use when I need to lift color rather than going straight for bleaching since it's much less harsh. The lady there she said they had Color Zap and it was the same thing as color Oops. For the record it is not even close to the same thing. One of the pros is that it doesn't have the gross rotten egg smell of Color Oops. However I would much more equate this to a soap/bleach cap than the color lifting that Color Oops provides. I believe it is peroxide based, so definitely use gloves and be aware that your scalp will get warm. I would also say if you have any regrowth do not get it on the regrowth because it will bleach it out. Honestly just dump the solution into a bowl after you mix it and apply with a brush. If you're looking for a gentle color remover, this is not it. It's somewhat harsh but it does get the job done. My hair is a medium thickness and just to my shoulders. I used two boxes and thoroughly saturated my hair then wrapped it in plastic wrap. I left it on for 30 minutes instead of 20 because one part of my hair was still more red than I wanted it to be. I was not aware of exactly how this product worked or I would have put it in a bowl and painted in on in order to avoid my roots. In any event it did remove a lot of color, especially since I had three different reds I used when I colored it the last time. At this point I would strongly recommend doing a mask or the Apogee protein treatment before going any further. I knew I wanted to bleach it to further remove the red, given that this was not the gentler treatment I wanted, I did a mask and then applied bleach afterward. My personal preference would have been to do the protein treatment after the bleach, I couldn't find it at my store but I was somewhat in a fog and didn't ask so that was my fault. Overall, I don't think this is a bad product. It's just important to know what to expect. It's an aggressive color remover and it does do it's job.
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bought it with so much black hair dye it took so much out .
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked Great! I bought this today because I tried to tone the gold out of my hair by putting an ash color over it. The result was dull and muddy, so I bought the color zap to get the ash out. It took all the ugly ash out, and left my hair an even gold tone, pretty much like I had in the beginning, but not as brassy. I am very happy with it, and probably won't use the golden blonde color that I bought to recolor my hair after the Color Zap. One thing, be sure to completely coat your hair. If you think you might run out, you can put a little water in the bottle after you do the darkest part, and stretch the rest of the product to cover the rest. The water helped spread the product more easily.
Date published: 2017-03-28
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If my hair is color black..would it remove the black?

Asked by: Jannette
If you dyed it black and it's not your natural color it should as far as I know.
Answered by: Haircolorqueen
Date published: 2017-11-11

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: 2017-10-10

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: 2017-02-10

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: 2016-12-04

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: 2017-01-04

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: 2015-11-28

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: 2017-03-09
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