Can I strip my hair and dye it in the same day?
If you wish to re-color your striped hair the same day, it is advisable to apply a temporary or semi-permanent hair color closest to your natural shade and tone and wait at least a week before applying a permanent dye.
Can I dye my hair after using Loreal color Remover?
The best part is, your hair will be ready to color again immediately after use. Make sure to follow the included instructions for best results. One more thing to keep in mind: You’ll want to purchase your next hair color at the same time as the remover since it won’t restore your hair to its natural shade.
Can I dye my hair again if I don’t like the color?
You must wait at least four days to try and re-color it with permanent hair color. Before actually re-coloring your hair you can try using a color shampoo or color mouse. Or, you can try a temporary repair with half-permanent hair color. You can stain your hair again within a day with semi-permanent color.
What happens when you use hair color remover?
Colour Remover enters your Hair shaft and removes all the artificial Colour pigment (Permanent Hair Colour) from your Hair. It will leave your Natural Colour pigment intact and does not cause damage to the Hair. … This leaves you with dry, brittle Hair and potential damage.
Can you put a hair dye on straight after using Colour b4?
You can use ColourB4™ but do not apply a permanent colour immediately afterwards. You need to rest the hair. Instead opt for a Level 1 temporary 6 wash colourant (which contains no peroxide or ammonia) and use this in your hair for 4 weeks. Give your hair frequent conditioning treatments too.
Should you remove color before bleach?
Yes, if you plan to dye your hair after we recommend using a Color Remover first as they are bleach and Ammonia FREE and will help preserve the integrity of your hair. Especially when looking to do multiple processes.