How to Use Hair Remover
First, be sure to opt for a hair bleach with a milder moisturizing quality, without bleach or ammonia. Your hair is already damaged by the coloring process, no need to stress it further.
With your makeup remover in hand, wash your locks with a clarifying shampoo to say goodbye to any excess hair dye and give your makeup remover every chance of success. Sticking to your specific makeup remover’s instructions, try applying the product to the ends of your strands first. As for your ends, they are porous in nature so they will tend to cling stubbornly to the color.
An obvious tip, keep an eye on how you distribute the product through your hair. If you don’t make sure you’ve applied the product evenly, you’ll get a streaky result. Once you’ve stripped off the color, apply a hydrating, moisturizing hair mask to give your hair the much-needed drink it needs.
Below, find out which products you need to add to your beauty shelf for a salon-quality finish.
Decolour Stripper Hair Color Stripper by Scott Cornwall, $24.99 at Priceline.
Colorless Hair Color Remover Max Condition, $26.99 at Priceline.
Hair color stain remover per 1000 hours, $6.99 at Priceline.
Color Off Hair Color Remover by Vitality, $17.39 at Chemist Warehouse.
L’Oreal Paris Colorista Hair Color Remover, $13 at Chemist Warehouse.