I just soldiered through it. I love ginger hair but it doesn't suit my skin tone!JJ I had that colour hair once when I was younger, managed to not wash it off my properly so I had a lovely dark blue scalp for a while. Activator (Part A) Remover (Part B) Buffer (Part C) Instructions Gloves So here are the steps! To comment on this thread you need to create a Mumsnet account. Colour B4 worked perfectly to lighten my hair. I've tried it & thought it as rubbish.I used the Scott Cornwall Decolour (got it from Boots £12.99) and was really impressed. This removes hair products and gives a better result. Then you apply half the buffer and lather, wait for a minute, then wash for a further 10 minutes. Still brassy in tone but it was progress. Never expected to go blonde so quickly and keeping my hair healthy from going dark to blonde Huge thanks to @colourb4- … Colour B4- Hair Colour Remover Extra Strength: rated 3 out of 5 on MakeupAlley. I do not say that lightly. If you're seeing reddish-orange tones, that means your hair was bleached a little in the past by your previous dyes, and taking off all the dye will unveil that raw reddy colour.So you might need to use Colour B4 and then have a semi-perm or a toner to hand to put on top.Which you seem to suggest you have bought already, so yay.I guess my only tip will be the smell is HORRENDOUS, really quite traumatically horrendous, but it isn't 'a chemical' nor is it damaging. Remove after 24 hours with water and a cleanser. After your 10 minutes epic rinse you have to apply Part C (the Buffer), lather up, leave for a minute and then rinse for another 5 minutes. My hair is darkest brown lots of dye & this actually took it back to a really nice light shade, lovely condition also.Whilst you can colour straight away, I would recommend choosing a colour a few shades lighter than you actually want, as your hair will be quite porous & your end colour will not be what's on the box! Hope this has helped anyone who is considering to use this product :), Please subscribe , like, and comment with your experiences. It won't work on henna though. The first thing i noticed, and this is a common complaint from other people, is the smell, which resembles the smell of rotten gassy eggs. Then you reapply another lot of buffer and then wash off again and then continue as you would usually. Also the same with blonde. This is the best solution to getting an unwanted colour out, it is a perfect at home hair colour removal kit. I've been washing and started to use a clarifying shampoo. I wrongly assumed at this point that the Colour B4 had not worked, but decided to complete all the steps anyway to give the product a chance to prove me wrong. First of all, It claims to “Remove permanent and semi-permanant hair colour”, “Remove Colour Build up”, “Contains no ammonia or Bleach” and a number of other things. It REALLY smells, but if you follow the instructions to the letter it will work. Here is a link to thier website http://www.colourb4.com/home, And here is the link for the specific product I used http://www.colourb4.com/products/colour-b4-extra. Also a good tone correction shampoo and conditioner will help. I’m seriously considering purchasing another box to give it another go to see if it brings it any lighter. Even though the smell still remained slightly, the conditioning certainly improved it. *OPEN ME* Didn't have much faith in this product but it is amazing! I'd say at least 40 mins with your head stuck under a shower. It really smells!I'd advise a dark ash blonde semi permanent dye after. I now have golden blonde hair. In this situation (and to re-create your natural shade) simply select a hair colorant close to your own natural depth and tone. Per the instructions, I left Colour B4 on for an hour before hopping in the shower, rinsing my hair for 10 minutes, and applying the After Treatment conditioning buffer. I found I had enough mixture for my long, thick hair in one pack. I'm naturally a mousey dark blonde, but I've been having my hair dyed a medium brown for ages - this colour has lots of red tones. If you’re wanting to go blonder, a good semi permanent dye would help fix this and can help to get rid of the brassy tones. I was pleasantly surprised with the results. I think a bit of Hogwarts style magic may be involved in the process. I states on the box that you can dye your hair again immediately after using this product, but only with semi-permanant dye, because a permanent dye will take to your hair more harshly because it will still be slightly open due to allowing your wash your old hair colour pigments out. @carrot I went to the hairdressers for a quote on stripping and 're dye, although I wanted to go back blonde/ombre, I do think they were pulling my leg with how much they were charging lol, that's when I bought 3 boxed from Bodycare, did all 3 within a week and I won't lie, when I first did it, my hair was extremely ginger, but it went back dark brown after about 2 days, really confusing lol. Prices range between £8 and £12, depends if you buy it online or in store. I'm still smelling it.. and it's been 4 days since I used B4 xx. My local accept it. My hair is not fried like it would have been with bleach. I've read reviews and they're mixed....it does seem messy and smelly but I hate the colour as it is, haven't really time to go to a hairdressers ATM . Rinse it wayyyyyy more than the box says! Thank you! Shake for 30 seconds. The color itself is hideous, but the point was to lighten and redye to the correct color and it did just that. I've had red, Brown and blonde on my hair. But after at least 6 years of constant dying, the occasional bleaching and everyday heat abuse, it’s going to be a challenge. Lottie x, http://www.colourb4.com/products/colour-b4-extra. I decided I wanted to tick one of my life goals off my list and finally try and go blonde, or at least a shade of it. #katiepricegoesblonde. You do have to spend ages washing colour B4 out. This product does have a perm like smell to it though (make sure your windows are open as the smell it really over powering and made me kinda nauseous. I'm concerned as I want to re-dye it brown but I know buffering is very important. I applied it all over my hair, like you would with a hair dye, but starting with the bottom half of the hair first as this was the oldest hair and most colour damaged. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone, despite the rotten eggy smell. Overall, im definitely pleased with this product. It looks nice at first then fades to a brassy browny red which I'm not happy with.I'd like to get rid using ColourB4, has anyone used it? Once rinsed apply half of the bottle C (Buffer). I shoved a box colour on straight after using colour before, Obviously wasn't finished there... I dyed straight after using it and it was fine, hair lovely and soft & shiny, smelly as hell though haha. I'm not imagining this... Im happy with it but I'm glad I didn't attempt colouring the next day .. p.s Yes hair salons charge an arm and a leg to strip your hair of colour... x. I picked up Colour B4 Extra Strength Hair Colour Remover from boots as it was on offer for £6.66. ColourB4 is the easy way to remove hair colour at home. AIBU please be honest I can take it and need to know. Applied the buffer and lathered it up for a minute and rinsed, then put some more buffer on and re-rinsed. Working from underneath, gently work the product through the hair. I have grey hair all over and have been dying it black for years, but would love to be able to change the colour..a lovely trendy grey or pastel but maybe I'm hoping for the impossible! I also noticed that the buffer had a similar eggy smell to the colour remover solution but with a peachy/apricot smell added. Colour b4 hair color remover is used to remove semi-permanent and permanent hair colors to restore your hair to its natural color again. I will continue to buy this product, and hope the company does not discontinue this product. Please ensure you follow our safety and how-to instructions carefully to avoid any issues along the way. First you have to wash your hair for 5-10 minutes with warm water. I've heard it smells of rotten eggs! In addition you may find it easier to squeeze small amounts of product into the (gloved) palm of your hand and apply with finger tips. Step two : Once mixed, apply Colour B4 (using the applicator nozzle) onto hair. Here are some more photos of the results. I am completely impressed. My hair returns to its natural color, undamaged, soft and shiny! I used 3 boxes of Colour B4, and it turned my hair ginger a few hours after using it, then it just turned back to the colour before I stripped it. With the Extra Strength Colour B4 you leave it on to process for 60 minutes, and depending on the length of your hair rinse it for between 5-10 minutes with warm water. If you dye your hair red or black, it will turn out strawberry blonde or ginger or a shade off your own simply because red pigments are a bugger to get out. Use a clarifying shampoo before you use colour b4. But what change drastically was the smell of my hair, Colour B4 stinks of, Veet hair removal cream and doesn't just disappear when you wash it. My hair was definitely lighter than before. I've used it twice on bright red hair dye and had no problems.Yes, it smells. ), Tags: beauty, before and after, blog, blogging, boots, colour b4, colour b4 before and after, colourb4, cosmetics, fashion, Hair, hair color, hair colour, hair colour remover, hair colour remover review, hair dye, hair dying, hair style, personal, product review, Review, Please enter your email address to follow my blog and receive notifications of new posts from me by email. People don’t realise that if they dye their hair several times (whether it be black or blonde dye) or even use direct bleach, it will lighten your hair in the process. - Boots, Superdrug, Tesco How much is it? Removes unwanted shades, tones and multiple colours. The next step was to apply the buffer, leave it for 1 minute and then rinse for at least 5 minutes. I would give it a good 8 out of 10. I must admit I am having second thoughts now, with people saying how smelly it is. Have you read reviews of it?I would honestly save yourself the smell and the hassle and go to a salon and get it sorted properly. Be sure to follow all instructions carefully, and I always follow up a treatment of any kind with a deep conditioning mask. Colour B4 We all know it's easy to change the colour of your hair but harder to change it back! I used the Colourless max effect remover last week and it worked a treat, but my "natural" colour underneath is much lighter than I remember due to the effects of 20 years of colouring without a break. The color itself is hideous, but the point was to lighten and redye to the correct color and it did just that. I couldn't easily go to the hairdresser but I have a young baby who would need my boobs while I was in there, but as she sleeps on me a lot I don't want to subject her to an eggy smell AND a mum with really weird coloured hair. Click each variant above to find out which one is right for you. Had a dye mishap where the dye was way darker than I anticipated. If you have ANY questions I will do my best to help :) (You can now subscribe via your email address where you will recieve an email each time I put a new post up so you dont have to be on WordPress to subscribe! I did plenty of research and read up on other people’s experiences and I saw a lot of mixed reviews, but I believe this is because either people expected miracles or didn’t follow the instructions properly. It also claims to bring back your original hair colour or return it to its lightest shade. I even used the shampoo before. Use a large toothed plastic tangle comb to separate sections and ensure even distribution of ColourB4™. I've read you can't dye straight on top, you have to leave it stripped for a week or two, or it gets darker again? Homework is everything with colour B4. If so, I will do another post on my progress! Use a clarifying shampoo before you use colour b4. to be this pissed off about DH wiping my hands on my pyjamas, Find out what Mumsnet users thought of Echo by Lloyd’s Pharmacy, We’re looking for parents in the North, Midlands or South East to take part in online focus groups, Talk widget showing discussions of the day & trending threads, Subscribe to Mumsnet emails direct to your inbox. You seem to know this, but I'll say it anyway as I see loads of posts from people who use Colour B4 and are disappointed they don't see their pure natural colour Colour B4 will strip any dye from your hair. Review: Colour B4 Extra After my attempts last year to get my hair purple, ... shrinking the permanent colour molecules and then they are washed out with the 'buffer'. Will it work on permanent blue black dye does anyone know? Remove immediately if irritation occurs. Colour B4 worked perfectly to lighten my hair. See 17 member reviews and photos. As said previously, you won't go back to your natural colour who even remembers that!, but it will strip old dye out. You can still smell it if you give a good sniff to your hair but its nothing another wash wouldn’t fix. As long as you follow the instructions properly you should have no problems. It’s certainly took me a good few steps closer to becoming blonde, without using other products like bleach that will severely damage your hair. Simply comb in, wait, rinse away and your hair is free of colour without using ammonia or bleach! The Benefits of ColourB4 Colour B4 Hair Colour Remover is an easy to use extra strength hair colour remover. Hair had been bleached white blonde for years, recently coloured over with two semi permanent dyes by hairdresser - a warm colour and a dark brown. First you have to wash your hair for 5-10 minutes with warm water. I’ve been every copper, red, black , purple under the sun. Trending Today! Now, rinse for a further 5 minutes. I'd definitely recommend going to a known hairdressers lol, and I'm sure they won't say anything about the boob. I think this is where people go wrong. Safe & Easy. It was really bad, so i would highly recommend using a mask of some sort if you have them. Then you apply half the buffer and lather, wait for a minute, then wash for a further 10 minutes. Hope you get it stripped soon!! I’ve had a box of Colour B4 Extra Strength on my shelf for a good few months and I eventually plucked up the courage to use it last night. DO NOT use a permanent hair dye or bleach after using this product! I've got long hair so have bought 2 boxes. Colour B4: I … Choosing the right Hair Colour Remover is important in order to achieve the best result. I did the colour B4 a second time in a row (u can do up to 3 times in one day I believe) my hair was more blonde and pink was a pastel color. Your hair should be compl… It just takes away dye molecules by shrinking them and allowing them to wash away more easily, it's surprisingly gentle. I'm hoping to go back to a dark blonde/light ash brown shade when I dye it again after. It absloutley stinks and it's completley useless, doesn't do jack shit, personally I wouldn't waste your money on it, Oh really Chelsea? Mix a pea sized amount of Part A and an equal amount of Part B. Step one : Remove the applicator nozzle from Part B (Remover) and pour entire contents into Part A (Activator). I left this in for a couple of minutes then washed it thoroughly. To use this feature subscribe to Mumsnet Premium - get first access to new features see fewer ads, and support Mumsnet. I would highly recommend giving your room/bathroom/flat/house, a good spray with Febreeze to improve the smell as it does linger! Then you reapply another lot of buffer and then wash off again and then continue as you would usually. But wow, the smell. This is page 1 of 1 (This thread has 24 messages.). And I got it all over my mum's new bathroom floor, I have the same natural colour, and used the exact same colours in my hair, atm it's a dark brown with a tiny of red in the sunlight. I did this before in the past. Ammonia … LighterLife Fast – The 5:2 Diet Exclusive at Superdrug. When the hour was over i showered it off using the buffer provided, following the instructions carefully. I did mine over 2 months ago and it still smells of eggs when it gets wet! Bleugh. You mix the activator and remover together in the spouted bottle and the buffer is for the washing process. It felt, and still feels strong and smooth. My ends were dry and needed trimmed but otherwise fine. Ensure the hair is well covered. Follow the instructions carefully though for best results! I can almost guarantee you will need to add a colour after Colour B4 but they recommend (As do I) adding a Semi Permanent one – pick a shade 1 depth LIGHTER than the colour your hair is naturally and if possible one that contains some ash (Do not put anything Warm on as it will be VERY vibrant and probably brassy). I did plenty of research and read up on other people’s experiences and I saw a lot of mixed reviews, but I believe this is because either people expected miracles or didn’t follow the instructions properly. Work through the hair, the same as a regular shampoo. You will have red/orange tones once it's removed. However, I checked the buffer bottle today and there's still loads left in there! However, always select by one shade lighter than your (natural) depth to ensure a realistic result. I went for ten just to be on the safe side. Here is a picture of the results. Inside the box there are a usual pair of gloves, instructions, an activator, remover liquid and a buffer. I’ve had a box of Colour B4 Extra Strength on my shelf for a good few months and I eventually plucked up the courage to use it last night. At this point I covered my hair with a ton of conditioner as my hair felt straw like and in serious need of treatment. I was thinking at this stage that it wasn’t working…such is the mysterious way of Colour B4. It will take you back to you pre-colour b4. Begin applying the mixed ColourB4™ (from the applicator) onto the areas of the hair which need hair colour correction. The smell still existed but now (about 24 hours after) it’s not as evident. ... Do follow their instructions though: here. I've done my own colour lots of times before but never removed it. As long as you follow the instructions properly you should have no problems. You then use half the buffer, rinse again and use the second half of the buffer before rinsing for a final time. My hair color didn't change dramatically at all, i was the only person who could tell the difference. With this in mind I put a plastic carrier bag over my head to ensure that the warm air would remain trapped inside. Following the instructions for this part, in my opinion, is the most important part. We shall see. I read the instructions carefully and understood that Colour B4 wouldn’t actually make my hair back to blonde but it would lighten my hair and remove colour build up. I'd set a timer for the rinsing - it's a LOT longer than you actually think! Dark blonde is essentially light brown and any dye with "cool" or "ash" in the name will have tones that neutralise red. When i finished applying, and wrapped my hair and head with cling film as recommended and left it to develop and do its magic for an hour. Haircare Routine – Eczema and Dandruff prone scalp, Maybelline Color Show Polka Dots – Review, Garnier Moisture Match – Dull Skin – Review. Available online today at Boots. Step One: Mixing Mix Part A and B together into bowl Step Two: Application Apply mixture to needed parts of hair Step Three: Processing Leave for 60 minutes Step Four: First Rinse Rinse out mixture Step Five: Buffering Apply Part C Part SIx: Final Buffer and Rinse Apply Buffer and rinse out It may seem like a pain in the arse a bit simply because it totals up to half an hour of washing your hair, but it is important if you want it to work. Always use entire contents. 5. Had a dye mishap where the dye was way darker than I anticipated. I now have golden blonde hair. You can use a semi permanent wash out colour while your hair recovers. Colour B4 is one of the worst products I have ever used. So if you can't get Colour B4, or the Colourless is cheaper, I would recommend it. Basically, it was how it was before i used the product. So if you was brunette and went blonde, it will NOT turn your hair back brown because you removed those pigments (The product cannot guess your original hair colour and replace it!). Where can you get it? So, to start. I would wait 2 months and I know that sounds like a long time but I waited 6 weeks before and it still took me to my pre-colour b4 hair so yeah. I guess I'll brace myself for it to look worse before it looks better (hopefully!). If irritation or a reaction is apparent do not conduct a … Once ColourB4 has been on the hair for 60 minutes, begin to rinse for 5 minutes (or 10 minutes if you have long or thick hair) using warm or hand hot water. ColourB4 Hair Colour Remover Frequent Use - Se billigste pris hos PriceRunner Sammenlign priser fra 8 butikker Betal ikke for meget - SPAR nu! View Colour B4 Hair Colour Remover Includes Conditioner for Frequent Use. You will have red/orange tones once it's removed. You can use a semi permanent wash out colour while your hair recovers. In terms of the condition of my hair, it certainly hasn’t damaged my hair at all. The instructions state that the room you are in should be warm, as a cold environment will slow down the rate that the Colour B4 is able to shrink down the artificial colour molecules. Thank You! Using a cotton bud or tissue apply a dab of the mixed product behind the ear. Colour B4 lifted all of the colour to the bleached state but as I was rinsing with the buffer my hair changed and the result was a warm auburn. Or would a semi-permanent dye straight after definitely be ok?I seem to always be left with reddish tones in my hair no matter what dye is on. I decided to give it a try, i followed all the steps on the packaging and used the buffer provided. Because of the nature of the product, it shrinks the colour pigments in your hair so you can, in effect, ‘wash’ them out. That also stinks like rotten eggs. My hair is not fried like it would have been with bleach. This removes hair products and gives a better result. It just left my hair really brittle, and I ended up having to cut most of the ends off as even the first box completley killed it off. ColourB4 gives you the freedom to change your hair colour and be the colour you want to be. I believe it does... works on Permanent colours... have a look on YouTube... there are lots of videos of people actually filming the process haha, I'm hoping as long as I can get it lighter, I can then use a semi permanent light ash brown on it to cover up the ginger. But it cannot change what your hair looks like underneath. I continued with my usual hair care routine, towel dried it and then let it air dry as usual, then blasted it with the hair dryer to smooth and tame my frizz when i was ready to straighten it. Colour B4 was formulated to work successfully removing permanent colour in 20 minutes. 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