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For dye jobs gone bad, Color Oops Hair Color Remover claims to completely remove hair dye. We test it to find out if it does.
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Sara Goldstein: Welcome to Beauty Truth Test. Today, we're testing Color Oops hair color remover.
Male Speaker: Color Oops Extra Conditioning is a gentle and effective way to safely remove unwanted hair color. In just 20 minutes, Color Oops reverses the hair coloring process by shrinking the color molecule so small that it simply washes away.
Sara Goldstein: Two days ago, I went to the hair dresser up with peachy-blonde hair that had gone a bit too orange. I asked them to make me peachy-blonde again. I came home Owen (ph). There is nothing wrong with Owen hair but it's not what I asked for and it's not what I wanted. I could go back to the hair dresser and ask her to fix it, but I've done that twice before with different hair dressers and I've never ended up with what I actually wanted. So this time, I'm going to try this one instead.
Well, I put on some old clothes, I've taken out my jewelry and I have on these lovely gloves that come in the kit. So let's give this a guide.
Well, now I'm just going to lay this on my hair for 20 minutes and then shampoo it a couple of times and rinse through for really long time but you're not coming in the shower with me. So I'll see you when it's done.
Wow! I'm so happy to be blonde again. As you can see, this stuff actually worked. The results were even better that I'd hoped before and it hasn't damaged my hair either. It's still on really good condition. It does smell a lot while you're using it. It has this very sulphurous smell, a bit like fart, but the smell is temporary and the results are permanent. I'm really happy with it, highly recommend it.
Male Speaker: Color Oops hair color remover is sold at drug stores for around $10 or find the best price online at thebargainqueen.com.