Health knowledge made personal
WellPage for Color Oops Hair Color Remover
+ Bookmark › Share
Search posts:

Color Oops Hair Color Remover - Articles

Hair Color and How To {Hair Care} by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Tue 22 Nov 2011 1:30pm [Source: Bing Images] Some hair coloring tips from the same magazine 'Rupayan'. Check them out and make sure you follow them next time to keep your hair beautiful and yourself looking young. Wish I had known them when I colored my hair :( Hair Color to look youngYes, it is true. A well-chosen hair color which has been ... Read on »
L’Oréal Majicontrast – Which Ingredient Lightens Colored Hair? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 05 May 2012 2:01am Fancyvi says…Normal haircolours can’t lighten up coloured hair, as peroxide brought the pigments together and can’t split them up afterwards. Which ingredient helps Majicontrast to do so? It’s obviously a haircolour and not like Magma a bleaching product. I already checked the ingredients and couldn’t find out how the product does it. ... Read on »
Are Shampoos for Colored Hair Different Than Regular Shampoos? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 Jan 2010 10:01pm Arlene Asks…I have been noticing lately that shampoos are made for different hair colors. Such as John Frieda and Pantene Pro-V Expressions. How are these shampoos any different from regular shampoos and do they really work? The Right Brain’s Rapidly Written Response: The trend toward different shampoo formulas for different hair co ... Read on »
5 Tips On How To Color Hair by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 Feb 2012 1:01am Today we’re sharing some link love with Musings Of A Slightly Mad Mother , which has to be one of the best blog names of all time!   Kelly’s question…What is the best way to prepare hair for hair dye? Freshly washed, day old etc? If you’re having your color done by a professional stylist, he or she should give you good direct ... Read on »
More Women are Coloring their Hair at Home by Meg W. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Oct 2008 11:24am More women are cutting and coloring their hair at home in an attempt to save money. Procter & Gamble has seen a 20% increase in sales of their home hair coloring product Nice-n-Easy and double-digit sales growth for its Head & Shoulders brand. Some women are ditching their $120 haircuts and trying out $15 cuts at Supercut. See the story at ... Read on »
Color Your Hair Naturally by Lucky V. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Mar 2009 3:17pm A recent report shows that the main reason people have gray hair is as simple as one word: aging. For years many people have believed that turning gray was the result of stress, illness and job-related issues. However, numerous scientific studies have shown that people turn gray because they are simply getting older. Multiple studies tr ... Read on »
I am Thinking About Coloring My Hair by Laura Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Mar 2010 4:22pm As I mentioned on my facial skin care post I’m not getting younger and there are some visual signs of aging that I can’t prevent. White hair is one. Now that I care more about beauty , I decided to take care of my hair. No I am not going to pull out my white hair, I’m thinking about coloring it. I had my first white hair at the age of 29, n ... Read on »
I colored my hair by LeslynMusch Patient Expert Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 1:51pm Yes, I broke down and had my hair colored. In some ways I really liked the gray hair, but as it got longer, I just didn't feel ready to be that gray. I guess for me, I didn't feel like my outside looked like my inside felt. Don't know if that makes sense or not, but like I said, I just didn't feel ready to be that gray. As my grandma used to say, " ... Read on »
Can vinegar change the color of my hair? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Jan 2014 1:01am Tree is troubled…I am not sure if this was just my imagination but I swear I got red highlights from using ACV as a conditioner. My hair is light brown, some people call it dark blond but I don’t think it’s blond. Anyway, I hated the red highlights and I started using rice vinegar (it’s yellow). I think my hair got some blond highlights from it ... Read on »
Coloring Your Hair, Naturally by Sara T Posted Thu 07 Mar 2013 6:57am My hair has been through a lot over the years. It’s been bleached, dyed, relaxed, blown out, ironed, and scrunched.  I stopped all chemical treatments about a year before my wedding (lest anything went wrong).  My hair is quite fine, dry, and naturally curly so all of those processes had taken their toll.  So when all the chemically treated end ... Read on »