Colour B4 Colour B4 Extra Strength Hair Colour Remover Kit


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Colour B4 Extra Strenght Hair Colour Remover Kit helps to remove dark colours and colour build-up on your hair. This easy to use kit will return your hair to its natural colour if the hair colour applied is darker than your natural level and if not it will take you back to the lightest shade. 

  • Colour B4 will remove the artificial dye.
  • Removes permanent, semi-permanent & temporary hair colour and colour build up.
  • Suitable for first-time colour, or if you use hair dye infrequently.
  • Can re-colour immediately after use.

The Colour B4 Extra Strenght Hair Colour Remover Kit includes:

  • 1 Bottle of Activator 60ml
  • 1 Bottle of Remover 60ml
  • 1 Bottle of Conditioning Buffer 60ml
  • 1 Pair of professional quality gloves
  • 1 Instruction leaflet 
How To Use

Simply comb in the Colour B4 Extra strength Hair Colour, wait, rinse away and your hair is free of colour without using ammonia or bleach

Choosing a colour

To re-create your natural shade -  simply select a hair colourant close to your own natural depth and tone. However, always select by one shade lighter than your (natural) depth to ensure a realistic result.

Delivery Info

*Order Delivery Time* - UPDATED 17th May 10.00am.

Delivery Within Ireland

Orders placed before 1pm are estimated to be delivered the next working day (Monday-Friday).

European Courier Delivery (DPD) Deliveries to France, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Denmark, Poland, Austria, Belgium, Sweden, Portugal & Finland will now use a courier service. This is a faster shipping service than current postal times with shipping now estimated within 6-7 working days.

International Deliveries

For more information on international delivery, please read our Delivery Information? page.

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Does ColourB4 remove Non-Oxidised colours and Direct Dyes?

ColourB4 is formulated to gently remove unwanted permanent oxidised synthetic pigment dyes without stripping or bleaching, and is not intended to be used on hair dyed with non-oxidative pigment semi, demi or direct dyes.

What to do with highlights?

Your original bleached highlights pigments responded as a yellow pigment to the dye 7 ash blue pigment, thus Yellow + Blue = Green (khaki). The bleached hair snapped up the base 5 dye molecules confirms your hair is porous due to the years of bleaching. To decide which colour shade base and tone to use depends on the result you are left with after using the ColourB4. Thus if as you say the hair turns out orangey-red then as you desire a chocolate this would be an advantage as in the hair colour chocolate is considered a warm (reddish) shade. When hair has been bleached over a period of time it requires missing molecule spaces to be filled with a pre-pigment usually a red. This fills the gaps to stop colour grab and to stop the hair turning green or neutralising pigments if cool shades are desired. Tick-Tick-brain-ticking now you understand why your hair lifted green the first time. Depending on the how light your hair colour is after using ColourB4 you may need just a soft copper filler to pre-pigment to stop too much red glaring through the chocolate. Also the chocolate brown dye must be 2 or even 3 times lighter (thus 7 or 8 base) than the final shade you desire. Sounds crazy as these bases are in the blonde range but we need to consider all the hair’s history and how it will respond to the dye molecule. In your case medium blondes will most likely produce a medium to dark brown. I would suggest that you take a cutting of the hair and dye that first to test for both the hair strength and colour result rather than risking the entire hair.

How soon can I re-colour after using ColourB4?

Immediately, due to the Buffer step (Part C) the hair is left at a suitable pH level for safe re-colouring. However, there are several factors which come into play that can dictate how well your next colour application develops. If your previous hair colour application (or applications) have made your hair porous this will become evident after using ColourB4. If you wish to apply a new colour application to porous hair, always select a non peroxide semi-permanent product and apply to wet hair, checking the colour’s development every few minutes. Porous hair will grab colour faster. To achieve the best results after using ColourB4, always re-colour with a Level 1 temporary (or true semi) hair colour in your desired shade, and rest the hair for several weeks before applying the permanent (peroxide based) alternative/variant. This allows the porosity in your hair to normalise and take permanent colour evenly.

Can I use Colour B4 when pregnant?

Colour B4 contains no harsh chemicals such as peroxide, bleach and ammonia so it is safe to use during pregnancy. We recommend you consult your GP if you have any concerns about your specific Wellbeing, particularly in the early months (first 12 weeks) of pregnancy.


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