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FIRST PHASE: Removing Temporary Haircolor
HOW TO REMOVE TEMPORARY HAIR DYE?
If you have a previous
DANDRUFF SHAMPOO + VITAMIN C = DIY (TEMPORARY) HAIRCOLOR REMOVER!
It works! I used one sachet of dandruff shampoo and 6 tablets of 500mg vitamin C tablets.
1. Crush the Vitamin C tablets and add shampoo. It should make a gooey paste that you can apply to damp hair. I don't suggest applying it to dripping wet hair so it won't drip down to your shoulders.
2. Carefully apply and massage the paste onto your hair.
3. Wrap your hair or wear a shower cap for 30 minutes to an hour. Make sure to rinse it off if itching occurs!
4. Use conditioner. This is important. This process isn't as damaging as bleaching, but it does dry up your hair. So please remember to use a conditioner or a hair treatment to get some moisture back in your locks.
I used this DIY
|No trace of green!|
The issue with
|Well Color Charm in T14 and T18|
|Bought at Four Strings at Cubao X|
Since my sister's hair turned out lighter after the bleach, I had her use the Wella Color Charm T18 while I used the T14.
|T14 in action|
|T18 in action|
The color toner removed the orange-red tones from our hair!
|Goodbye Blorange thanks to T14|
|Bleached Hair - Ashy color thanks to T18|
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