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Color Oops Hair Color Remover Extra Strength 1 Application

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  • Removes Difficult Colors
  • Gently removes permanent and semi - permanent hair color
  • Takes only 20 minutes
  • Safe and Easy
  • Re color the same day
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Directions
Patch test recommended. Apply mixture of equal parts 1 and 2 on a small cleansed area behind the ear or fold of the elbow. Remove after 24 hours with soap and water or immediately if irritation occurs. If irritation is apparent, do not proceed with application! Do not use on eyebrows or eyelashes. If contact with eyes should occur, rinse thoroughly with water and contact a physician.

Product Description

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Color Oops Extra Strength is the safest and most effective way to reverse an undesirable hair color application. In just 20 minutes Color Oops corrects your hair color by shrinking the dye molecules, allowing you to simply wash them away

Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 3.4 x 2.8 x 6.6 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0012JY4G4
  • UPC: 885677585476 857169101020 885367494156
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (433 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,235 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

About the smell, it's not THAT bad.
katbob
All dyes leave a base - usually red, orange, or yellow, though sometimes blue/purple - that's why I ended up with yellow, red, and strawberry blonde.
ppnj4
It looks like a dark blond with reddish tones....from JET BLACK.
Miss Behavin

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762 of 773 people found the following review helpful By smootchick on August 11, 2009
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BACKGROUND
As a naturally medium blonde 20-something, I'd been talked into going red by my salon stylist. I loved it, but 8 months down the road I was frustrated with having to touch it up every few weeks, let alone not being able to consistently find the right shade in the drug store (sorry, but I'm not paying a stylist obscene amounts of cash to do my hair every few weeks). I'm a beginner when it comes to color and didn't realize how difficult it would be to try to take my hair back to blonde after having it red for many months.

I asked my stylist, who said that she could strip it, which would be time-consuming, damaging and expensive. The other option was to highlight my hair repeatedly over the course of a year or so while my natural hair grew back in (again, expensive). I thought, surely there has to be some other way...

PREPARATION FOR COLOR OOPS
Then I found Color Oops online. I read hundreds of reviews on multiple Web sites, some good and some frightening, and picked up lots of usage tips along the way. I proceeded to purchase two boxes of Color Oops, two boxes of hair color (Nice n Easy - Natural Dark Neutral Blonde and Natural Lightest Golden Brown) in case I had an "omg" moment, a shower cap, a wide-toothed comb and a thermal conditioning treatment (heavy duty conditioner). If you use Color Oops, I highly recommend making sure you have all these items handy. Also, read the box insert, and know it like the back of your hand. This is a must.

Make sure to do a strand test. Cut out a small piece of your hair and just do it, or you'll be sorry later. Check it every five minutes so you can see the various shades of change and decide on the best time for your hair. They recommend no longer than 20 minutes.
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485 of 518 people found the following review helpful By RoseRed on August 23, 2010
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My teen daughter insisted on going down the dye path, in spite of the fact that she had long, thick, milk chocolate colored hair that had red highlights when the sun hit it. I said no way, she said yes way, guess who won (she only lets me win an argument about every 30 days, just to bolster my esteem and foster the pretense that I'm in charge).

She started out with very light brownish/blondish highlights. I hated the way they looked, she liked them, she kept them for about a year. She got tired of them, and got darker highlights, which looked more natural, but her hair wasn't as thick and soft anymore, even with sulfate free shampoos and once weekly deep conditioning. Dying is HARD on your hair; imo it's better for your hair and less likely to end in weeping and drama if you go the non-permanent route, with color that washes out in 6-10 washes (there is another semi permanent color that washes out in 28 washes, it's a little rougher on your hair and the color stays in longer than 28, at least it did for me, and my daughter). My other daughter gets a kind of 'glaze' of color over her hair when she goes to the salon; it looks really beautiful and natural. It washes out in two/three days, but it's a safe way to experiment with color. We are all about drama free experimenting in a house of two teen girls.

Back to our story: daughter now has darker highlights for six months, gets tired of them, and wants all over color that is a bit darker than her dark highlights. (I did the coloring myself...I've paid significant amounts of money for terrible dye jobs, for color that washed out in the salon sink, for traumatically bad shades, i.e. hair that turned purple when it was supposed to be auburn. I don't pay for color anymore.
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99 of 107 people found the following review helpful By Jesikah G. on September 23, 2012
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After (over) dyeing my hair black-brown (permanent) for close to four years, I was ready for a change. Preliminary research indicated I could either grow it out and cut it off OR bleach it; neither option was at all appealing to me.

Somewhere, somehow, (I think it was when I was reading about bleach washing) I learned about Color Oops. I read a gazillion reviews and decided to give it a shot. It seemed like it would be far less damaging than bleaching and was much more time efficient than growing the black dye out. I picked it up at the devil's department store, aka Wal-Mart, for just under ten dollars (my local Sally's doesn't carry this or any other product with hydrosulfite...I live in a rural suburb of Phoenix).

ODOR: many reviewers and YouTube videos make mention of how this product smells. Most of those who mention the smell point out the sulfur smell which is understandable since the active ingredient in Color Oops is hydrosulfite. That being said, the smell was not nearly as bad as other reviewers led me to believe. It certainly doesn't smell GOOD, but its not the assault on the senses that I had read/heard about. I liken the smell to a milder version of a perm. I am a nursing mother and haven't quite gotten rid of the hypersensitive nose that comes with pregnancy, so for ME to say that the smell was tolerable goes a long way. As a precaution, my husband took my daughter out of the house and when they returned about 15min after I was finished, he said there was only a mild odor lingering throughout our two-story home (I applied it in our upstairs bathroom and rinsed in the kitchen sink downstairs).

INSTRUCTIONS: the instructions that are included are extremely clear and very detailed. If you follow the instructions, you really can't go wrong.
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