Colour B4 Hair Colour Remover…
I actually couldn’t remember what my natural hair colour was, I’ve been dying it “darkest brown” for years and the only indication that this nearly black shade wasn’t my natural colour were the slightly lighter roots.
I read a bit about Scott Cornwall’s Colour B4 product online which claims to be “the safest and most effective way to remove an undesirable hair colour”
How it works:
- Colour B4 shrinks the artificial dye molecules in the hair, enabling you to simply wash them away.
- What’s more Colour B4 does not touch your natural hair pigment so you are left with the colour which lay beneath your artificial shade
- Colour B4 takes you back to your lightest shade.
- It will return your hair to its natural colour if the artificial hair colour applied is darker than your natural level.
I strongly recommend that you read the instructions entirely as they go into a lot of detail about how the product actually works and helps you to understand the importance of the rinsing stage and what to do after.
I applied Colour B4, wrapped my hair in clingfilm and a towel to aid the process and left on for sixty minutes. Then I rinsed continuously for ten minutes with warm water, applied the buffer part C, left on for one minute then rinsed for a further ten. I finished by applying the buffer again just as you would with normal shampoo, lathering then rinsing out. This is a hell of a long time rinsing, but it’s really important you do this stage right.
I had read a lot of reports about how bad this stuff smells, but I honestly didn’t think it was any worse than normal hair dye!
I could immediately see that my hair was lighter, even when wet. I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to get a brush through it as I hadn’t used any conditioner and I thought that it might be a bit straw-like after all that rinsing but it was no different to normal, perhaps even a little softer.
Here are some before and after pics…
Not quite sure if these pics really do it justice, my hair is at least three shades lighter…this stuff really works, doesn’t damage your locks, is cheap and foolproof. Oh and the weirdest part is when you wash it out you don’t actually see any colour go down the drain?!
Have you tired Colour B4? Or had a hair colour disaster you’d like to correct?