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L'Oréal Colorista Color Eraser


Colorista Color Eraser

Item #: 2502825

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Color mistake? Use Colorista Haircolor Remover to get rid of Colorista Semi-Permanent Color in one simple process. Don¿t fret, reset!

Haircolor Remover for Colorista Semi-Permanent Colors
Only use on natural blonde or bleached blonde hair
Not designed for use on permanent hair color
Use to remove excess Colorista Semi Permanent tones from hair in one simple step. Mix, apply the remover, time it, and rinse. Always refer to insert for specific instructions.

Precaution: Keep out of reach of children.Avoid contact with eyes and skin. This product contains persulfates and other ingredients which may cause serious irritant, respiratory and/or allergic reactions. Do not inhale or ingest, prepare and use only in well-ventilated area. Enclosed insert contains important health and safety information. Read accompanying directions completely prior to use. Do not use on relaxed hair.


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Don't be fooled--it is bleach, not color stripper

By Liz

from Dallas TX

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    • Color Misrepresented
    • Too Harsh

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      Comments about L'Oréal Colorista Color Eraser:

      I had applied the semipermanent blue (for blonde hair) one month ago and it was not washing out as promised (surprise surprise). As suggested on the box, I purchased the "color eraser"--only, once opening it and mixing the products, it was very clear that this 'eraser' was lightener. I was expecting it to be a color stripper, like the product "color oops" which removes hair dye without bleach. I was very wrong.

      Long story short--the bleach will ultimately take the color out (color which is supposed to only last 12 washes by the way), BUT expect your hair to be lightened and more than likely damaged, possibly needing a toner as well depending on how brassy it comes out.

      • Commitment To Color:
      • Semi-Permanent

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