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Color Oops and Hair Color Review

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Published on Aug 15, 2011

This video shares my personal experiences with the products:

-L'Oreal Paris Sublime Mousse Haircolor in Pure Light Brown 60
- L'Oreal Superior Preference Les True Brunettes Haircolor in Ultra Light Ash Brown UL61
-Color Oops (extra strength) Color Oops is a good product to use if you don't want to bleach your hair, but you are having difficulty lifting a previous color out. It contains no bleach or ammonia but...(just as a warning) the chemicals that it DOES use have a very STRONG smell. My hair is layered, dyed black, and about 4 inches past my belly button in length and one box was sufficient for me. Color Oops works by removing a hair color which is darker than the color it was originally. IT DOES NOT WORK FOR HAIR THAT WAS DARK AND IS LIGHTER. This being the first time I used this product, I didn't read it thoroughly and I assumed that it would take out all of my hair dye and return my hair color to its NATURAL shade which is a dark ashy brown. Before using Color Oops, however, I used the Sublime Mousse and the True Brunettes Hair Color (and remember, Color Oops does NOT take out light dyes) so it removed the black only to reveal the bronzy brown that you see in this video. I plan to dye over this color as I am trying to achieve a light ash brown color. See my Goldwell Topchic review for the results!!

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