A. A color filler is used to fill in the pores of hair so color will not grab and go too dark.
Satin Reconstruct can be used as a color filler. Apply Reconstruct, place a shower cap over hair, and process for at least 20 minutes. When re-coloring do not leave color on previously processed hair for longer than 5 minutes. A strand test is always recommended to see what the color will look like prior to doing the entire head.
A. Color Oops will take color out if it's a day or a year old.
A. If you have damaged hair extra conditioning is recommended, otherwise, extra strength should be used.
A. You can re-color the same day providing you use a color filler and you only process for 5 minutes. Also, your hair must be in good condition.
A. Yes, however black is the most difficult color to remove. Not all of the pigment may come out.
A. Grey hair is restored to blonde, not grey. We have heard from customers that have had their grey hair restored but it is not common.
A. Color Oops has a sulfur base. Sulfur has a very unpleasant odor. To reduce odor rinse thoroughly. Apply a heavily fragranced conditioner and leave it in over night. The fragrance will help to mask the sulfur smell.
A. In most cases, yes. If you have colored lighter, Color Oops will not get you back to your natural color. When coloring lighter you actually remove natural pigment. Color Oops can only remove artificial pigment- it can not replace lost natural pigment. You will need to re-color with a color similar to your natural color. If you have years of black color added to your hair, Color Oops may not remove all of the black color.
A. All color is mixed with peroxide. Peroxide is a bleaching agent. In some cases even though you colored darker the peroxide acted on your natural melanin and removed some of your natural pigment. The color you applied covered up what is left of your natural pigment. When Color Oops removed the artificial pigment, what is left of your natural pigment was exposed.
A. Color Oops can only remove artificial pigment. Color Oops cannot alter natural pigment. When highlights are put in, your natural pigment is actually removed. The only way to get your natural color back is to replace that lost natural pigment, and that can be achieved with a color similar to your natural color. Remember your hair is porous so a 5 minute processing time is recommended and a color filler prior should be done. Always do a strand test to see what the color will look like prior to doing your entire head.
A. Color Oops can not remove direct dyes. If the color you used was mixed with a developer then most likely Color Oops will remove that color. If the color you used was used directly from the bottle then Color Oops will not remove that color.
A. Yes, your hair is considered porous since you recently colored it. In this case a color filler is recommended and a processing time of 5 minutes is recommended. A strand test is highly recommended prior to re-coloring your entire head.
A. Usually after 25 minutes Color Oops becomes ineffective. Additional applications will remove minimal color.
A. Color Oops has no effect on natural pigment.
A. Color Oops is very safe and gentle on hair. However, if your hair is severely damaged it is recommended to wait a few weeks for your hair to get healthier.
A. If you have colored darker and the peroxide in the developer has not affected your natural pigment, Color Oops should return your hair to its natural color.
A. Once you color lighter you have removed natural pigment. When Color Oops removes the artificial pigment, what is left of your natural pigment will be exposed. It will not be your natural color. You can re-color your hair with a color similar to your natural color.
A. If you have thick hair, yes.
A. Sun-In has peroxide in it. The peroxide oxidized the intermediates that were not washed out of your hair and the color returned.
A. Another application will take a small percentage of color out, but not a lot more.
A. Color on ends can be old stubborn color. When using Color Oops on color like this, place a shower cap over your hair to keep in body heat and process for 25 minutes.
A. If your hair is in good condition this should not be a problem.
A. Again, if your hair is in good condition this should not be a problem.
A. Hair color has small clear intermediates. When these intermediates are oxidized with the developer they penetrate the hair shaft and swell and are oxidized into large colorful pigments. Color Oops reverses this process. It shrinks the pigments back to small clear intermediates. However, they are still in the hair. The rinsing process washes them from the hair. It is essential to shampoo and rinse thoroughly. The longer, the better. If some of the intermediates are still in the hair they can re-oxidize and show color again.
A. If you colored your hair lighter Color Oops can not replace lost natural pigment. When coloring lighter you are actually removing natural pigment. Color Oops can only remove artificial pigment, Color Oops can not replace lost natural pigment. You will need to re-color with a color similar to your natural color.
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