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Colour B4 Extra - Hair Colour Remover Round 2!*

3 February 2015
In December I reviewed Colour B4 Extra Hair Colour Remover and I used the product as directed to remove a tint or toner from my hair, I was left with a green tinge to my hair which was hiding under my toner.

I was asked if I would like to try the product again to see if the product could help remove the green tinge and I said yes, obviously green-ish blonde hair isn't really desirable so I was keen to try again.

I filmed the process for anyone who is interested in seeing how it works.

I'm not going to repeat the full process in detail in this post, I recommend reading my first post for the nitty gritty details but I will re-cap the contents of the box and mixing directions.

In your box you will find an instruction and Q&A leaflet, a bottle of Activator, Remover and After Treatment Buffer and a pair of disposable gloves.

This time around I had significantly more colour in my hair and while I love being purple and it won't be the last time my hair looks like this, I have a funeral tomorrow and I think it's just a little inappropriate to show up at Great Auntie Dot's funeral looking like a My Little Pony.

Instead of using this as a tint remover I opted to use it as a full colour remover so after pouring bottle A in to bottle B and shaking it up for 30 seconds I sectioned off my hair and applied the full bottle to my hair.

I allowed the product to sit for 1 hour before I started the rinsing process this time and I could already see a change in my hair before I even got in the shower.

I opted to rinse for much longer this time, 15 minutes to start and after applying half of the Buffer to my hair and allowing it to sit for 1 minute I then rinsed again for a further 15 minutes and finished up by using the last of the Buffer and doing a final rinse until all the suds were removed from my hair.

By this point I could see a huge change, I even had a little brassiness in my hair so I used a little of my toning shampoo and rinsed quite quickly to avoid adding to much pigment back in to my hair.

After jumping out of the shower I blow dried my hair as usual and was so damn happy with the results! The green is no where to be seen and my hair is a gorgeous platinum blonde which is exactly what I wanted.

I couldn't be happier with the results this time around, I highly recommend this product if you have some colour issues that you are looking to fix without going to the salon and spending a fortune.

Colour B4 retails for $29.99 and an be purchased at selected Coles stores Nationally.

Links provided are for shopping examples only, I have personally purchased from some (not all) of these online stores but I highly recommend researching before buying. Items marked * were sent to me for trial and consideration, all other products were purchased by myself and I am in no way affiliated with any of the companies mentioned unless otherwise stated. All opinions are my own and based on my personal experience. Integrity Always..

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