Okay, so somehow the hair color you have been dreaming about went
wrong. It may be too bright, too dark, or simply is not the color you
wanted. And, laying the blame on the colorist's door or the product
company will not help. What you need is damage control-you need to
remove hair color.
However, this is easier said than done. Hair color is not like
furniture paint that can easily be removed with paint remover. One
option to remove hair color is to go to a color correction specialist.
The only way to remove hair color is with a color removal product. But
only professionals should use products designed to remove hair color.
These products are not recommended for consumers unless they know
exactly what they're doing.
But what you can do on your own to remove hair color is to cover up.
And depending on the color you selected, you may be able to cover the
permanent color with a semi or demi-color. But before you decide to re-
color your hair with another color, seek the advice of the color
manufacturer, because mixing colors can result in bigger disasters
If the hair color used was a light to medium shade, you may be able to
cover it with a semi-permanent hair color after a few days. If you
used a very dark shade, then it's very difficult to remove hair color
and you might as well live with it. Dark hair colors are hard