Far too many people throughout the years have panicked over a botched hair color job and reached for, what I call, "Box-O-Color/crap", and further destroy it. The reason I never wrote this Post before? Most look for me when its too late - but maybe this will help some of you in the future. I will tell you what you should have done BEFORE you applied the box-o-crap.
So there is only 1 disaster instead of 2.........which compounds everything.
Thousands of time since this Blog began 7 years ago, I have received emails/comments/Posts etc...with the sound of Panic in the air,
"I was trying to color my hair_________, BUT it turned Blorange, so I panicked - ran to drug store & bought a darker box-o-color/crap..........now what do I do?"
The trick is simple.
In the movie industry we are constantly coloring hair for a daily job on either the actor, stunt person and at times even the Extra's.
We either wet or shampoo the hair then we grab our little secret magical bottle ............
I'm sure some of you recognize it !
Its Roux Temporary Color Rinse and it comes it 20 shades....its great for temporary uses.
Remember the different color categories?
Why is this a good choice? You wet the hair, put gloves on ( all color that doesn't use developer is messy ) and apply straight from the bottle. I used to be a Stuntwoman (15 yrs) and I brought my own, because sometimes they would want to color your hair to match the actress I would be doubling and I was already for them with every color in my stunt bag. They would wet my hair and kind of section and comb section and comb......applying barrier creme around the hairline then after rinsing use a Color Stain Remover around the hairline to clean up any left-over color.
Then you can go to work, school or care for the kids while you CAREFULLY plot your next move on your hair disaster. The color simply shampoos out, yep, all the way out no residue at all - so you have not compounded your original disaster. I would definitely condition with INTENSIVE or THRIVEN following it, it is a teeny bit drying, but hey, what isn't?
So isn't that great? Too bad most people don't look for me until they already put a box of color on.....but maybe I will save someone with this Post !
Here is what the company says about the product:
- Great for roots between permanent coloring treatments
- Contains its own setting lotion and conditioners
- Easy to use
- Works great
Roux Fanci-Full Rinse temporary hair color keeps hair color looking its best between color treatments. Evens tones and removes brassiness. Blends away gray. Color is instantaneous and non-damaging. Added styling lotion allows for coloring and styling in one easy step.