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Hair stripper help!

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Hi need some help on hair stripping. I've tried almost everything and no hope. I've been told by a hairdresser friend that Daz powder is good? if anyone can help on ideas or if youve tried this it wou… Read More
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2y, 10m agoPosted 2 years, 10 months ago
Hi need some help on hair stripping. I've tried almost everything and no hope. I've been told by a hairdresser friend that Daz powder is good? if anyone can help on ideas or if youve tried this it would be great to know. Last thing I tried was colour b4 and it didn't strip my hair very much :/ ..... Thanks

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2y, 10m agoPosted 2 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Haven't tried it myself, but one of the mums at school said her hairdresser recommended head and shoulders?
#2
chuckiedoll
Haven't tried it myself, but one of the mums at school said her hairdresser recommended head and shoulders?
. I have been using that too also recommended by my hairdresser friend. only used twice though so no difference yet but thanks for replying :)
#3
If blonde, and dyed and it goes grey, 3 lemon juice, mixed with good creamy conditioner, takes the grey out, tho have to leave for a few hrs
#4
I'm sure Home Bargains sell a stripper, seen it before on here. There's also this; http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/colour-be4-hair-stripper-9-97-each-2-for-8-asda-1953485
#5
Washing up liquid removes hair colour, I've used it before to lighten my hair when I tried to go dark brown and it went black
#6
i agree with the fairy liquid, give it one or 2 washes with that and then your normal shampoo then conditioner, keep doing this everytime you wash it until you are happy with it, most colour strippers are not that great and can make your hair really dry
#7
sparky111091
Washing up liquid removes hair colour, I've used it before to lighten my hair when I tried to go dark brown and it went black
shaylorkay
i agree with the fairy liquid, give it one or 2 washes with that and then your normal shampoo then conditioner, keep doing this everytime you wash it until you are happy with it, most colour strippers are not that great and can make your hair really dry
OK thank u will try it ;)
#8
I was always told to use Pantene, as it will strip your hair. I used this before i lightened mine. Also Tesco sells a hair stripper which is good, its in a box like a hair dye. For the life of me i cant remember the name. Its around £7. I have used it once and it was really good. Depending on the colour of your hair now and how light you want it to go
#9
GemandJake
I was always told to use Pantene, as it will strip your hair. I used this before i lightened mine. Also Tesco sells a hair stripper which is good, its in a box like a hair dye. For the life of me i cant remember the name. Its around £7. I have used it once and it was really good. Depending on the colour of your hair now and how light you want it to go
OK thank u will get some pantene as well. Its a dark brown but I'm wanting it a chestnut brown without having to bleach it :)

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