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Hair Color Removal, Bleach and Dye? - March 12th 2012, 05:55 AM

So... sorry this is gonna be kinda long and confusing, but really need some answers hereeee....

December 24th 2011 --- Bleached hair with Splat Hair Color
Somewhere between 12/24/2011 and 1/29/2012 --- dyed hair blue with Splat
January 29th 2012 --- dyed hair mahogany reddish... color... with... Revlon? I think?

My Plan: Buy ColorOops!, Splat Bleach (minus hair dye), and Revlon Ultra Light Ash Blonde or whatever it is. Use all three in that order, maybe/maybe not the dye, depending on how well it bleaches.
My Questions: Can I do this?!?! --- How long should I wait inbetween use of product?

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Re: Hair Color Removal, Bleach and Dye? - March 12th 2012, 11:58 AM

Well first, how long is your hair? You'll probably need to buy a few bottles of Color Oops! because it doesn't come with all that much product. That being said, it does work well, and you can just return anything you don't use. The same goes for Splat Bleach, you'll need a few bottles to be safe.
You can bleach your hair right after removing the color, Color Oops! isn't damaging. After bleaching, you may want to wait a couple days and really conditioner your hair as most light blonde dyes also contain some properties of bleach in them.


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Re: Hair Color Removal, Bleach and Dye? - March 12th 2012, 07:28 PM

Oh duh *facepalm* it's not quite to my shoulders...ish.
Really? ColorOops! isn't damaging? Everyone I've talked to is like DOOONN'T STRIP YOUR HAIIIIR YOU'LL FRYYY ITT...
Anyway, I've used Splat! before and had more than enough left after I was done, so I'm not too worried about it (:
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Re: Hair Color Removal, Bleach and Dye? - March 12th 2012, 10:36 PM

A couple more questions I didn't think of.

Since I last dyed my hair over a month ago, how effective would the ColorOops! be?

Also, since bleach can be pretty damaging, is there anything I can do to prep my hair for it? Like, just keep it really conditioned?

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Re: Hair Color Removal, Bleach and Dye? - March 13th 2012, 12:29 AM

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Really? ColorOops! isn't damaging? Everyone I've talked to is like DOOONN'T STRIP YOUR HAIIIIR YOU'LL FRYYY ITT...
Color Oops! is a different kind of hair stripper. It doesn't contain bleach, instead it shrinks the hair color molecules so that when you rinse your hair it sort of falls out. Its not damaging at all

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Since I last dyed my hair over a month ago, how effective would the ColorOops! be?
It will still be effective I had dyed my hair a few different colors over some months and it still worked very well for me.

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Also, since bleach can be pretty damaging, is there anything I can do to prep my hair for it? Like, just keep it really conditioned?
Yeah, doing some deep conditioning before and after can really help. Garnier makes this product called 3 Minute Miracle and I love it. Its full of deep conditioning ingredients and you leave it in your hair for 3 minutes, then rinse and your hair will be really soft. So I'd recommend using that before and after as well as a leave-in conditioner.
Bleaching your hair can seem scary, but it won't be too bad if its just once. I've bleached my hair a few times and its still pretty healthy


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Re: Hair Color Removal, Bleach and Dye? - March 13th 2012, 12:43 AM

Thanks!!
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