Everyone knows that going to the salon for a colour change is really expensive. It’s also incredibly expensive to remove colour and start from scratch or even to get your hair bleached. I’ve used Kristen Stewart as my poster girl for this post when talking about the newest colour remover, Colourless.
Removing Hair Colour with Colourless
Kristen as you can see on the cover of Elle Magazine below, has bleached her hair and is starting to let it grow out so the darker roots show. Now while this certainly works for Kirsten and she looks super edgy and cool, it may not work for everyone and if you want to get your hair back to scratch, wash out the colour and start again without too much damage in the process then I would recommend Colourless.
The way Colourless works is that it literally washes the colour out of your hair so you can go back to your natural colour. Say for girls who have gone Kylie Jenner green or Pixie Lott pink and want to go back to natural – then they need a colour removal treatment. Or other girls with natural blonde hair who have gone Christina Aguilera/Britney Spears pitch black but now want to go back to blonde. To take the hair through such extreme change is of course, hard on the hair. However, if you want to remove colour dye in the most effective but gentle way (and trust me I am all about gentle when it comes to hair), I would recommend Colourless.
The way it works is that it uses advanced technology which reverses the colouring process and washes away the colour molecules, taking your hair back to scratch. Also, if you are someone who goes from one extreme to another such as blonde to red to black it means you are going to have colour build up. Colourless removes all of that as well as toxins, pollution and product build-up in the process.
Colourless also contains no harsh chemicals or ammonia (thank goodness!) and is infused with protein-rich Keratin which conditions and strengthens hair. There are several types of Colourless Hair Colour Remover depending on what you are looking for. There is the Pre-Colour Treatment which is the colour remover you will want to go for if you are planning to do another colour change once you go back to your natural colour. Colourless Pre Colour removes permanent and semi-permanent hair colours and deep cleanses your hair in preparation for your next colour.
There is also the Colourless Max Effect which removes black, red, brown and colour build-up. So if you have a darker colour but want to go natural again this is a good one to use as it is the maximum strength that you can go.
There is also the Colourless Hair Lightener which is not a colour remover but actually a bleaching kit so that you can bleach your hair safely and as gently as possible. So yes, you will go colourless if you are looking to bleach your hair! Bleached hair is all the rage now and Kristen Stewart is certainly rocking the look. It even looks cool when the roots start to grow out. Once you are bleached blonde as well you can then go for pastel shades of pink, blue and purple as these colours may not work on darker hair.
There is also the Colourless Max Condition. This is the most conditioning of all the treatments as it not only removes colour but also has Argan Oil and Keratin to improve the strength & condition of your hair after regular use of colourants.
And luckily you don’t have to spend a fortune at the salon to remove your colour. Colourless is only £9.99 and available from Superdrug, Boots, Sainsburys, Morrisons & tambeauty.com
For more information: www.colourless.co.uk
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**This post was in collaboration with Colourless but all views as always are my own.