DECOLOUR Flash Colour Remover

£6.99

REMOVE AS MUCH OR AS LITTLE HAIR COLOUR AS YOU NEED!
Scott Cornwall Decolour Flash Colour Remover is a flexible, multiple use product that enables you to conduct a variety of colour removal techniques including:
FLASH COLOUR REMOVAL – Only ends, panels or sections of hair colour are removed.
SPOT COLOUR REMOVAL – Unwanted patches of hair colour are removed.
COLOUR REDUCTION – Hair colour that might be too dark or heavy is reduced by perhaps a shade or two.

A SUPER STRENGTH BUT SUPER GENTLE FORMULA….
Decolour Flash Colour Remover is a super strength formula, capable of erasing even the darkest, built up permanent colours. However, the formula is also very gentle and will neither damage nor compromise the integrity of the hair.

3 × Sachets Part 1 – 30ml Activator
3 × Sachets Part 2 – 30ml Developer

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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
SIMPLY…
• Open a PART 1 sachet and pour into a plastic or glass bowl.
• Open a PART 2 sachet and pour into same bowl.
• Mix using a plastic colour comb and apply to areas of hair
requiring removal.
• Leave to develop and rinse.

READ INSTRUCTION SHEET TO FULLY UNDERSTAND APPLICATION & ALL TECHNIQUES WHICH CAN BE ACHIEVED USING DECOLOUR FLASH REMOVER.

Brand

Product Type

Colour Correction

FAQ

Is Decolour Flash Remover a bleach?

 

No, it is a reducer. A reducer is the opposite to bleach which is an oxidizer. Oxidizers expand and lighten molecules. Reducers shrink and split molecules. In the case of Decolour Flash Remover, the artificial oxidation molecules are being shrunk and shattered within the hair, so they can be flushed out. Reducers are found in other hair technologies such as perms and are known for their Sulphur smell.

Will Decolour Flash Remover lighten my natural non-colour treated hair?

 

No, Decolour Flash Remover can only evoke effects on artificial pigment molecules. If applied to your natural hair no results will be seen.

Can Decolour Flash Remover reveal my original natural colour under the artificial shade?

 

Not always. Permanent colourants are created by intermixing a colourant cream/oil or gel with a developer. This developer contains hydrogen peroxide. Certain Hydrogen Peroxide strengths will lighten natural hair colours. So, whilst you may not notice this lightening on your natural hair whilst the artificial colour is in place (especially with black shades) once you remove it, you might see your natural hair colour had lightened from the original artificial colour process or processes.

Will my hair go ginger after using Decolour Remover?

 

As above, it not a case of the hair going ginger, the issue could be the underlying natural colour had been lightened from the previous colourants applied and has gone warm. This does not always happen but is dependent on the peroxide strength of the developer in the brand of colourant or colourants that had previously been used on the hair. See tips on how to deal with unwanted warm tones hair.

Can Decolour Flash Remover take out bright fashion colours such as blue, pink and green?

 

No, reduction removers cannot reverse true semi-permanent colourants such as direct dyes. Direct Dyes are a different technology and work by ‘staining’ the hair. They should leave the hair with good clarifying. Please DO NOT use any reduction agent remover in attempt to take out a direct dye as it could warp the colour molecules. If you have purchased a product that stated on pack it would leave the hair within 10 washes, but it will not fade, you must firstly contact the manufacturers of that product for advice. If you are finding your fashion colour has faded, but some tone is remaining, please use
Decolour Stripper.

Can I re-colour immediately after using Scott Cornwall Decolour Flash Remover?

 

You should wait at least 7 days and 3 washes before applying any peroxide based colouring product to the hair, following any application of a reduction agent hair colour remover. Products you should avoid for 7 days are permanent colourants, bleaches, lighteners and peroxide based semi-permanent colourants. If in any doubt, look at the ingredients section of the product you would like to use to check for inclusion of ‘Hydrogen Peroxide’. After using a reduction agent hair colour remover, it is important the hair is allowed to normalize, and any residue of the reduction agent is flushed from the hair. If a peroxide-based product is applied to the hair immediately after colour removal any colour molecules that were not sufficiently flushed from the hair could be reactivated and the hair might go darker again.

Ingredients

PART 1 ACTIVATOR Aqua, Sodium Oxymethlene Sulfoxylate, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Caster Oil, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Polysorbate 20, Glycerin, Parfum, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Sodium Hydroxide, Citronellol, Hexyl Cinnemal, Linalool. PART 2 REMOVER Aqua, Citric Acid, Cetearyl Alcohol, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Polysorbate 20, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Caster Oil, Parfum Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylgycerin, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Citronellol, Hexyl Cinnamal, Linalool.

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