L'Oréal Paris Colorist Secrets™ Haircolor Remover
Remove unwanted permanent hair color. Colorist secret hair color remover. Salon inspired.
Correct color mistakes with ease! This product removes artificial at-home or salon haircolor from your hair, leaving it ready for a new application. Haircolor Remover does not restore hair to its original, natural shade, but instead prepares it for re-coloring so that you can color your hair with any shade you like.
Our formulas are modified from time to time, so this ingredient listing may not exactly reflect the ingredients in the product you purchase and use. Always read the ingredient list on the product label before use.
Note: Below Is The Most Comprehensive Ingredient List For This Product, But Please Note That Ingredients Vary By Shade. Please Check The Box At The Store For An Ingredient List At The Shade Level.
Haircolor Remover Powder:
- Sodium Persulfate
- Potassium Persulfate
- Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
- Strontium Peroxide
- Sodium Metasilicate
- Ammonium Chloride
- Cellulose Gum
- Diethylhexyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate
- CI 77007/ Ultramarines
- Sodium Benzoate
Haircolor Remover Developer:
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Pentasodium Pentetate
- Sodium Stannate
- Tetrasodium Pyrophosphate
- Phosphoric Acid
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- "When you use this product you should make sure you have your next hair dye ready to go." in 2 reviews
- "Also, it will only bring you back to the lightest color you've had, so if you have brown hair and always have, don't use this product in attempts to go blonde." in 2 reviews
- "I've used this several times while coring my hair after highlights back to my natural dark brown when it came out black." in 2 reviews
- "I wanted to remove a box black from my dark brown hair and ended up with orange leopard spots all over!" in 1 review
- "It really does work and is a lot less damaging then other hair color removers I've tried." in 1 review
Personally great product for what it does. When it removes a really dark color, it will leave an odd color. You'll need to redye to another shade.
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