Anna's Nail Art, Beauty & Travel: no it doesn't.. it only works on hair that is colored so if your roots are
your natural color the One n only color fix doesn't change the color of
your natural hair. hope this helps
Nikole Thomas: @hollymclellan My hair is now a very pale orange from the remover, I
haven't bleached it yet and my hair is in great condition. Do you think
it'd be okay to bleach and tone it soon? c:
Kristina Marquez: @TheAndyyevelyn it only removes dye out of yr hair.It can't remove yr
Melanie Henson: @MelsieH67 Oops...I mean lighter.
genesisraynah: i loved this product!!!!!!!!!! it came out GREAT
hollymclellan: @Brittnoiserz since this video yes. i bleached my ends for the ombre look.
my hair is better fried :P you might have to settle for a dark rich brown
for minimal damage. what i would do is use the color fix, and get a dark
brown with redish undertones. it will still be dark, but it will give the
same effect as a light brown because of the red. it will read a little
lighter than it is since, red is so different then the often blue tones in
black! i hope that makes sence to you. :)
hollymclellan: @MelsieH67 good to know. in my experience with this product, i didn't
really find any change from my natural color. the dye just seemed to be
hollymclellan: @AngstandApathy they look like this : wont let me post links... google
'manic panic toner' and likewise with punky. they're very light purple. i
know you can get the manic panic at sally's, but i'm not sure where to get
punky where you live. alot of drug stores carry it. don't leave it on for
TOO long, as it can leave a slightly purple tint if you let it sit. reapply
every week or so for a little while to give your hair a break. you hair
will be a reasonable blond color, then bleach.
maria g: would this work on black hair extensions?
ReishaRabbit: @christy when you use permanent dye you've already removed the natural
pigment and replaced it with the dye pigment so when using a color remover
you're shrinking the dye pigment allowing it to be released. The end result
of de-coloring is the stripped version of your hair so yes it can come out
much lighter than your natural color.
jesssicaaangel: Hello, im going to buy color fix and ive used it before but i have a
question. Once it lightened my hair alot but im not sure what color dye to
buy because i know that it darkens up after its dyed. My goal hair color is
level 5, light brown. My current hair color is level 2, natural black. So
do u recommend that i buy a level 7A or 6A? Please help and thanks
Melanie Henson: Just as a FYI, the reason color fixers make hair lighter than one's natural
hair color is that virtually every permanent hair color includes peroxide
to a degree. Each and every time you put on hair color, you are hitting it
with a little bit more peroxide. This is true of both light and dark
colors. The peroxide is lightening your "natural" color each time. So when
you take off the color that was put on over the peroxide present each time
you've colored your hair, the hair will be lighte.
hollymclellan: @AngstandApathy it isn't going to change THAT drastically.. my hair just
went back closer to my natural color. i did use bleach about a month after
on my hair.. if the box says no, i wouldn't do it... esspecially going from
black to white. its going to be almost impossible... i went for the ombre
look shortly after this, and that KILLLEDDDDD my hair. my hair is like
straw. the worst it's EVER been. just be careful, ide do to a pro for this.
Kristina Marquez: U live in Va? I say bc of what u had wrote on here Haifax.That's in Va.I
use to live in Va when I was in America.
hollymclellan: @jesssicaaangel i'm not 100% sure what you're asking me, and sorry for the
late response by the way. i recommend going for something about a shade or
two lighter then you want it... its riskier with lighter colors as apposed
to wanting a dark rich brown and buying a chocolate brown instead. i'd say
go with a 7A. make sure its got the undertones you want (ash, gold, red,
etc.) if it's too light, you can always dye it darker. better than too dark
and lighting up and causing more damage. :)
Evelyn Camacho: Does this affect virgin hair? roots?
jen j: @hollymclellan think its hair that hasnt been touched by dye x
hollymclellan: @TheAndyyevelyn im not sure what youre asking me
Nikole Thomas: I have black dyed hair and I'm wanting to use this to lighten it a lot so
that I can bleach it to go white/blond. Will the peroxide in the bleach
mess with the results? Since color removers say not to use peroxide
SilentHysteria17: @TheAndyyevelyn yes or so i've heard it does work on roots but if your
trying to get a really light blonde dont do it unless your hair is super
light brown or already a dark blonde
Kristina Marquez: @TheAndyyevelyn it only removes hair dye,not yr natural color.
Cee Tee: soooooo i used this to try to get the black out of my hair and it worked.
but once i put the new light color dye in and washed it all out my hair was
hollymclellan: @AngstandApathy when did you put the remover on? (if it was like,
yesterday... i'de wait for a week if you can, but you can always risk it if
you know what your hair can handle/have done something like this before. i
just want NO blame if you hair starts breaking :P) but what i would do,
just for now, so go pick up some punky or manic panic toner. they're
semi-perm and they're really conditioning. they're a VERY light, very
hollymclellan: @PEACExL0VExJ0NAS it diidn't work on mine. most hair extensions are asian
or indian, so theyre already almost blackto begin with