Semi-permanent hair color bewafa hai! Yes, it does fade away over time (just like this joke) but hey, at least our semi-permanent hair colors doesn’t leave away negative side effects like that toxic ex we all know of!
So what is a Semi-Permanent hair color? A hair color that lasts only for a small amount of time, semi-permanent hair color is used only to get a look that gradually fades over time or to renew your already existing hair color. Since it is a different way of coloring many people are of the belief that it is harmful to one’s hair and sometimes they are. But don’t worry, our semi-permanent hair colors infused with Hyaplex, a 3rd gen hair bonding technology, doesn’t damage hair but repairs it.
COLORISMA SMART SEMI-PERMANENT HAIR COLOR
• Free from harmful chemicals.
• Repairs hair-bonds as your colors.
• lasts 8 - 10 washes.
• Works best on pre - lightened hair.
Also, you’ve got to ditch the stereotype of separating hair color for men and hair color for women. If you’re a guy reading this, get ready to set the new trend and express yourself.
Anyway, what if one fine day you wake up and feel differently? As in, imagine you fell out of love with a particular Semi-Permanent hair color and you can’t wait to get rid of it. Here’s all you need to know!
Here’s How You Remove Semi-Permanent Hair Color!
Tired of your red hair, blue hair or brown hair? Looking for the best way to remove semi-permanent hair color? The best way to remove Semi-Permanent hair color is to just let it gradually fade away. If you are persistent on removing it though, here are some ways on how you can do so!
1. Clarifying Shampoo
Just to clarify (pun intended), clarifying shampoo is made to remove excessive deposits of a product such as hair color. Wet your hair, apply clarifying shampoo and then massage it into your hair and scalp. Leave it on for a few minutes and then rinse thoroughly.
2. Vitamin C Treatment
Crush some Vitamin C tablets into a powder. After that, mix the mixture with a small amount of water to form a paste and apply it to your hair. Then, massage it into your hair and scalp, especially on the areas with semi-permanent hair color. Leave it for 30-60 minutes and then rinse thoroughly.
3. Baking Soda Paste
Create a thick paste with baking soda by mixing it with water and then apply the paste to your hair and scalp again, focusing on the areas with the semi-permanent hair color. Leave it on for 15-30 minutes and then rinse thoroughly (we need a new term for rinse thoroughly, this is the 3rd time!)
4. Anti-Dandruff Shampoo And Baking Soda
Mix anti-dandruff shampoo and baking soda equally and create a paste. Repeat the rest.
5. Color Remover
Another way to get rid of that semi-permanent hair color is trying a commercial hair color remover, which is specifically designed to strip out color molecules from your hair. Make sure to follow the package instructions.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How Do You Remove A Semi-Permanent Hair Color In One Day?
Removing semi-permanent hair color in one day is challenging but if you want to, try using a clarifying shampoo. Wash your hair with clarifying shampoo multiple times, leaving it on for a few minutes each time, and rinse thoroughly. This can help to fade semi-permanent hair color over time but results aren’t guaranteed.
2. Can You Completely Remove Semi-Permanent Hair Color?
As we stated, getting results in one day isn’t possible. After all, Rome wasn’t built in a day. However the semi-permanent hair color will gradually fade over time. You can use above mentioned methods to accelerate the process though.
3. How Can I Get Hair Color Off My Scalp? Will It Fade?
Looking to sayonara the hair color off your scalp? Well, there are a few tricks we can let you know. Try using a gentler hair color remover, clarifying shampoo etc. to fade off the hair color. If the color still persists, no need to worry. Give it some time to go away completely.
4. How Long Does Semi-Permanent Hair Color Last?
Semi-permanent hair color typically lasts for around 8 to 10 washes, depending on factors such as brand, color, frequency of washing your hair and more. It doesn’t matter if it is hair color for women or hair color for men, it gradually fades with time and thus the color will become less vibrant over time.
5. Can Shampoo Fade Hair Color?
Shampooing your hair can fade semi-permanent hair color over time. But harsh shampoos such as those containing sulfates will strip the color from your hair faster. To preserve the color, use color-safe shampoos and conditioners, which are made in a way that they are gentle on hair color and reduce color fading. Avoiding practices such as frequent shampooing and using lukewarm water can also help preserve the color for longer.
Hope your attention didn’t fade away like semi-permanent hair colors do. If you wanna get rid of your hair color as soon as possible, go ahead and try these!
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