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ColorZap Hair Color Remover

934 by L'Oreal Technique
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ColorZap Hair Color Remover

934 by L'Oreal Technique
SBS-500495
$11.59

ColorZap Hair Color Remover is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 143.
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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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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product when used correctly I bought ColorZap to remove PERMANENT jet black hair color. Be realistic with your expectations - it will NOT take your hair back to a natural color. Naturally I’m a medium ash blonde and it took my hair to an orange-yellow color. But it was light enough to dye it auburn. The picture included was one application and completed in one night. Allow the ColorZap to sit for 60 min, wash it out in HOT water with a clarifying shampoo multiple times. I did 5 Shampoo washes back to back. Don’t apply conditioner if you plan on dying it right after. the product doesn’t smell nearly as bad as other color correctors and does the job well.
Date published: 2020-01-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't Work Very Well on Vanity Colors I dyed my blonde hair dark spice plum from Garnier. Color was gorgeous but too dark for my skintone. I used ColorZap to try and remove the plum. I ended up with orange sherbert hair, even after an hour. The really annoying part however is it's thick once it's blended and dries quickly so it's hard to apply to your hair. I have a short pixie cut and I really needed 2 boxes but only had the one. It also does not lift evenly, probably due to the difficulty in applying evenly. Plan on using two boxes for short hair, or three for medium length and 4 for long hair. Better yet, buy the competition.
Date published: 2019-12-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Color Zap Works very well, low odor, and quick process time. Follow the instructions and you will not dmage your hair!
Date published: 2019-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Deedee98 I'm not sure if you used product correctly. Yes, ColorZap strips the dye out of your hair but that's just it. It will never restore your natural color. The intended use is so you can dye your hair a different color all together. For instance if you dyed your hair dark brown and changed your mind and wanted to switch to blonde. You would need to remove the dark brown by using ColorZap to dye a lighter color.
Date published: 2019-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blue hair I had rainbow hair and wanted to go to a pastel color. The blue in my hair didnt want to leave but this stuff took it right out. My hair is kinda long it hits a little below my shoulders so if I wanted to cover my hole head I would probably have needed like 3 maybe even 4 boxes they dont give you a lot which is sad. But this stuff is great.
Date published: 2019-11-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Worked.... halfway I naturally have ash brown hair. I bleached my hair two years ago and kept up on it really well. I was pressured into dying my hair back to its natural color (which I haven’t seen in at least 10 years, unless In photos). Some dye came out every wash and I could even see the blonde shine through. I needed to go back to blonde, ASAP. Tried this product about a month after dying. Made my hair the UGLIEST shade of orange. My boyfriend is calling me “Ariel”. Send HELP because I need to bleach this before going into public. Sure it took some dye out, but for gods sake, not in a GOOD way. Go professional because this is not worth your time.
Date published: 2019-11-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Fraudulent product It’s bleach. It WILL lighten your natural hair. It WILL bandage your hair. Color oops is the better drugstore option.
Date published: 2019-10-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from it’s basically just bleach I was mixing it together and I was like, this just looks like bleach powder and developer and then i put it in my hair and yeah, i’m pretty sure it is just bleach and developer or something close to that. It did the job for me (stripping red to dye it medium brown) but honestly it’s probably just cheaper to buy separate bleach and developer and use that. Kinda sucks that the box didn’t just say it’s basically bleach bc it literally is (maybe something else is in the powder bc it says u can mix water and powder for less intense correcting and idk if regular bleach acts like that but it smells, looks, acts like bleach. just buy bleach)
Date published: 2019-09-29
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Is there bleach in product?

Asked by: SweetsOh
Not sure I think it is a high concentration of peroxide.. It take your hair shade down several levels without feeling dry or brittle.. Best product I have used to lighten hair..
Answered by: Sandy702lv
Date published: 2020-01-11

My friend had a fade red hair and wanted to go to blonde, how long should I put this product on and it's ok to mix it with conditioner to keep her hair in good condition, also she has a light blonde that I have to put it on after stripping her hair colour

Asked by: Solange1975
The best way is to determine the level of darkness the hair is, and go based off that for timing. Tweak the time a little by looking at a strand to see the desired results before you wash it out. I wouldn't reccomend mixing conditioning with it, but use a deep conditioner or conditioning hair masque right after if it feels strange at all. If it is an oxidative color (a+b mix) it will strip it to a light blonde. If it is a semi/demi color it won't work as well but will lighten it some.
Answered by: SageTessier
Date published: 2019-09-09

I had bleached my hair and then added blue and some purple I am now wanting it out I tried the home remedy but it lighten the top but that’s it my question is if I use color zap will it break my hair off 

Asked by: Tanyabur
It definitely can. This mixture is alot like bleach, actually and can push the stain further in. Look up katie's direct dye fading method on google. Much gentler on your hair but it may take more than one application to get it all out. Blue and purple are hard ones.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-07-13

Hi I would like to know what do to because my hair is natural black dyed my hair blonde bleached but I have just blue dye but is gone green. What do I use to get the blonde back

Asked by: Nisha Devi
If it was a semi-permanent color (no mixing) this will not fully lift it, but it will lighten it. If it's a box dye (you mixed the color yourself, it has added chemicals, oxidative) then the Color Zap will fully lift the color out, and leave you with a light yellow.
Answered by: SageTessier
Date published: 2019-04-11

Does this remove direct dye? 

Asked by: Ekail71183
I used it just last month to remove Arctic Fox “Purple Rain” from my hair. It’s removed all of the dye in about 15 minutes. My hair was right back to the color I bleached it to. 
Answered by: Nicolek321
Date published: 2019-03-16

I have black permanent hair color . How many times would I have to use this product in my hair to get it out ? Is this the best one to use for black hair ? 

Asked by: Susie0313
I think this is definitely the best color remover for black dye. It depends on how light you want your hair and how many times you dyed it black. If it was just one black dye then it probably will only need one removal and it’ll get it to a ginger. If it’s more than one dye of the black then probably will take two
Answered by: Sidney00
Date published: 2019-02-19

Technically my roots are grey. I have been dying with permanent, Vidal Sassoon violet. Almost a black now. Can this remove the color? How soon can I color over with a blond? That was my natural color. 

Asked by: Beaglemom
I dyed my hair red and then black. I wanted to bleach all my hair but I didn't want to damage it as much. I think this is a first step if you have a dark color. Mines lifted to an orange. It will remove dark color for sure. I left mines for 45min. I did it two times and it got lighter. I used bleach after that. A 20 or 10 developer because you do not want to fry your hair. I did this while letting my hair rest for 2 days in between and a lot of conditioner and hair masks. This will not bring back your natural hair color. You might be able to use a toner to match your natural hair color.
Answered by: Anna Mendez
Date published: 2019-01-09

Will this product remove dark red permanent dye that was used on previously lightened hair?

Asked by: unhappy hairdye
Yes I have used it on dark black hair.
Answered by: Whiteangel93
Date published: 2018-12-26
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