View Full Version : Help, colourb4 ruined my hair
27-06-12, 03:18 PM
Heyy. i prviously had blonde highlights but had gone mad with them an ended up all blonde with some ginger so i put a 4 quasi on and it went really dark, after washing up liquid and head and shoulders, i had managed to strip out some of the colour but then it was rather patchy. I left it for over a month and kinda got used to it but then decided i wanted light brown hair again. I bought the colourb4 stripper and it has stripped the dark brown out but has left my hair rather ginger. What colour would you recommend putting on to get me to about a 6. ( i work with loreal majirel colours)
Helppp i cant go out like thiss!!!!
27-06-12, 03:26 PM
Why on earth would a professional use a boots Scott cornwalls colourb4?? That's the real problem here.
27-06-12, 03:30 PM
Its that awful product again that we had a discussion about not long ago :-/
27-06-12, 03:34 PM
I would leave well alone and go to someone who specialises in colour correction. Without seeing it it is hard to advise and sounds like you have done enough to it already.
If you're professional why have you used colourB4? :O
You need to leave your hair alone and give it a good rest, have lots of trims and lots of treatments to try and get it back to how it should be. When it starts to feel like hair again, maybe you could just use a semi :)
27-06-12, 07:25 PM
Help, colourb4 ruined my hair
Ofcourse it did!!!!!
27-06-12, 08:44 PM
I agree with all of the above...
but what I really struggle to get my head around is, you was so light with your Blonde, surely as a professional you knew that a 4 would turn out so dark?!
colour b4 is utterly revolting, I personally think it shouldnt be sold in stores
27-06-12, 09:10 PM
I don't mean to sound rude but are you really a professional as after all that lightening why would you go for a base 4 then have to strip it again? I would go to someone who is more up with their colour knowledge but to be honest I'm guessing your hairs pretty ruined so maybe plenty of treatments first then a gloss! Don't do anymore DIY before your hair gets up and walks off your head!