Shop today & collect 4 Advantage Card Points for every pound you spend. I'm bad with the color wheel stuff....hopefully someone else can chime in. You can use them on semi-permanent or demi-permanent hair dyes, but they are chemical processes that will be damaging to your hair. We're talking about a basic brown here. Ash hair colors have the blue undertones that eliminate the gold or copper colors and the blue undertones found in some shampoos have the same results. You're trying to correct mess-ups on your own. Toners, which are similar to color removers, eliminate brassy and unwanted tones in lightened hair. so after your great advice, i used color oops and it worked. And while that's partially true, it also happens to stand out particularly well on blondes. Since your hair is already processed underneath the green hued color, adding another dose of 20 volume peroxide could add insult to injury. I was almost platinum blonde when I dyed my hair blue. These are available at beauty supply stores and help remove the coppery color. Also that I shouldn't go with a Red bc its a strong color especially if I didn't want it as a permanent color. I recently did the blue and was in love with it, I was ready for another color (I have several I purchased to try), and was concerned about the blue /black the was left in my hair. . You can color over it, and it'll probably turn out well if you do a protein treatment and follow the color oops advice of using a lighter shade, as the hair can turn out darker when it's more porous after using the color oops. its even toned, which is very surprising with my luck and the bad dye job i gave myself. So here's my problem: What color oops does is remove the chemical bonds of the hair COLOR from your hair strands. But I guess I should go w/ a reddish color then wait two wks and dye it brown again. If you chelate out the minerals, out comes the color molecule. did I mention :( it turned my hair a horrible orangey yellow color. And don't say just wait, it'll wash out. Then put 1/2 cup of olive oil in the microwave for about 30 seconds to make it warm, not boil. I wanted to see if it could remove some of the purple/pink that’s been in my hair for months, so come along with me as I test it out.Don’t want to sit through the whole video? Or look at the Manic Panic site. And I hear about this place SALLY's like am I the only one who doesn't know about it? I've been in every beauty supply store in nyc and nothing. so i want your advice as of to leave it or to redye it a darker brown. But after a little research, I picked up some OOPS Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength and decided to try my luck. While the color is developing, rub Vaseline on your forehead and neck along the hairline and put on a pair of gloves to prevent the dye from staining your skin. While it provides a different effect when worn on brunettes, a white fabric on a blonde recalls a perfect day at the beach, wind in one's hair, and sun on one's skin. And under most circumstances, I would say RUN DON’T DO IT. You can call Colour Remover and Bleach chalk and cheese; they are two unique Products that use two uniquely different processes to remove Permanent Hair Colour. :hugs: So I found a Sally's where I live, let me tell you it was a mission getting there! My plan was foiled! Visit us online today at to view our wide selection of hair colours and dyes at affordable prices. You don't need to use the color oops. Just pat gently and let the hair dry out naturally. 99 ($0.10/Count) Thank you both!And shout-out to my ever-wonderful Phoenix patrons: Brian, cloudrhythm, and StarDust; plus my super rad Wildfire patron Donner! However the girl said it would be best to redye my hair with a professional hair dye (wella dark golden brown) w/ 20 developer. I naturally have medium brown hair and I used Natural Instincts to make it dark brown. Thank' I've already done the color oops and oh my geez does it smell.