Beautycard Points: 11 points
Adee Phelan Hair Colour Remover will remove permanent and semi-permanent hair colourants and colour build-up, along with hair colour ingedients that can damage or over dry your hair.
There's no bleach or ammonia. It reverses the hair colouring process to help get you back to your natural colour or your previous shade. It also helps to strengthen hair with extract of pearl.Use this Light Tones formula when you have coloured your hair up to two shades darker. Use it every third time you colour your hair to prevent coloured hair over-drying and to ensure the best result from your next hair colour. Get safe, predictable and more vibrant hair colour when the colour is applied to colour-free hair. You can now colour with confidence. If you don't like your new colour, you can simply remove it and then you can try a new colour and if you don't like that, remove it and start again. Whether you want to change your colour because you're tired of it, or if you've had a colouring disaster, here's your answer. Use it as often as you like and as often as you need.
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I used this product with caution as I'd read many controversial reviews on this product: some said it worked perfectly, others said that it was awful and that it ruined their hair. I went ahead and used it anyway because I didn't know the condition of these people's hair prior to using this product. My hair is well looked after, I wash it every other day and make sure to condition it. I very rarely apply heat to it which includes the hairdryer- I just leave it to dry naturally. I used this product, for light tones, to get rid of my semi-permanent pink/red colour that I had on it since it had started to fade and looked horrendous. I followed all of the instructions that are included in the box and even had it applied to my hair in the exact same way that it is applied in the video that the instructions mention. I then had my head wrapped in cling film and waited for an hour. The fact that I sat in front of the radiator for the second half of the hour probably made it work better than it might've had I not been sat there. After an hour I my hair looked very light, like the blonde that it was before the red. I set an alarm for ten minutes and rinsed until it went off plus a couple of extra minutes just to be sure. I would recommend to actually concentrate the shower over all over your hair rather than just stand under the shower for ten minutes. By this I mean slowly move the shower over the length of your hair as well as at your roots so that it is all thoroughly washed. I then used the buffer (shampoo) that is included. In the instructions it says to use half of it the first time round then rinse and use the second half but due to the length of my hair, I had bought two boxed and so had two bottles of the buffer. This allowed me to use more- I don't know if this contributed to the overall result or not but I just thought I'd mention it. I left it on for a couple of minutes then spent five minutes rinsing it off. At this point I started getting really worried because my hair felt really damaged and straw-like. I forced myself to use the buffer again as instructed and after I finished rinsing it off though it does not say to in the instructions, I used plenty of conditioner on my hair, combed through it all and then rinsed it off. I dried my hair and the result colour is a very light strawberry blonde. It's actually the colour that it was before the blonde and so either the product has worked really well or some of the red has stayed in my hair- not too sure! But it still seems in good condition. There was a bit of a problem with the smell as many people had mentioned but it wasn't too bad for me after it had been dried: it's not noticeable to other people and I think the smell will be gone after I next wash it: definitely worth using as a substitute to bleach to strip my hair!Flag this review
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