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Colour corrector, not colour stripper recommendation

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HectorAndKiki Sat 11-Mar-17 10:14:41

My DD has used one of these supposedly "wash out in 2 washes" hair colours, but unfortunately it's lingering in her hair in an unattractive grey/purple hue! She has in the past (when her hair went green from the swimming pool on holiday!) used something that I got from Boots that wasn't a colour stripper, like Colour B 4, but more of a colour corrector, had vit c in it. But I can't find it in store or on the website now and all that we can remember was it came in a white and gold box.

Does anyone know what this could be or recommend anything else that could help shift this colour, please. Her hair had been permanently coloured a light blond at the hairdressers, so I don't want anything too harsh, just a colour corrector not a colour stripper. Thanks

HectorAndKiki Sat 11-Mar-17 21:27:44

Bumping.

3luckystars Sat 11-Mar-17 21:34:27

Head and shoulders
Johnsons baby shampoo
Washing up liquid

All these fade colour gradually. I'm not an expert but anything else is a stripper.
your only other option is to dye the hair to the same level as the darkest coloured part of her hair.

I would bring her to the hairdresser myself, having bad hair is horrible!!

HectorAndKiki Sun 12-Mar-17 16:04:02

Thanks for the reply 3lucky top to it off she had her hair trimmed last week and it was a terrible cut - all uneven! I can you it's not been fun in our house the last few days ! 😀

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