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“A hair colour remover?”

published 06/03/2011

AdvantagesEasy to use on the whole, gloves are really fantastic, did slightly change my hair colour

DisadvantagesEverything else!!!

...Colour B4 REGULAR - hair colour remover I have been dying my hair for about 3/4 years now and I have had a range of colours, such as every shades of brown under the sun and also various shades of red - including a dark red and a neon bright red. It has taken some abuse over the years and I wanted to put it right, I saw this product in boots and I think it was about £12, which is quite a bit...

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.... This means that I am responsible for removing the nail polish from my toe nails before they start to look too tatty. ~+~ Cien acetone free nail polish remover ~+~ This product is part of Lidl's bodycare range and therefore usually only available from that store. While being acetone free, this product is still considered a solvent. It comes in a 200ml plastic bottle. This can be recycled...

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AdvantagesEnriched with keratin

DisadvantagesExpensive, doesn't smell nice, not easily available, leaves hair tangled

...What is this product? This is a shampoo containing keratin, a protein to help restore the layers of dry and damaged hair. The one I am reviewing is the Ultra Rich keratin care shampoo by Goldwell and it was given to me to trial by my Mum who received it as part of a beauty box monthly subscription. As you can see from my pictures I have a 50ml trial bottle not a full sized bottle...

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