Ardell Red Gold Corrector Plus

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Ardell Red Gold Corrector Plus
$1.59
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Eliminates unwanted harsh red or gold tones
Refreshes blonde, gray or white hair
Conditions and corrects
Extra-strength formula

Ardell Red Gold Corrector Plus is an extra-strength formula that is used during tinting, bleaching or toning to eliminate unwanted harsh red or gold tones. It also deep conditions the hair and refreshes blondes, grays and white hair.
Mix your regular color formula. Apply entire contents of packet to mixture.
6 Questions & 1 Answer
Kimmy Jackson
from Des Moines, Iowa asked:
May 3, 2015
Is there an expiration date on this corrector? Bought it can't remember when ? When for some odd reason my hair wanted to go gold instead of the "Ususal Blond" So I happen to find the bottle of red gold corrector just as the pic shows but Need To KNOW does it Expire? Thanks Kimi

kim
from shelton ct asked:
April 30, 2015
how many drops per one tube of color, trying to cur red/orange in my med/dark brown hair thanks

Ashley
from Mobile, Alabama asked:
March 1, 2015
Colored hair 2 weeks prior...color is fading. Can I add At Dell Red Gold Corrector Plus to shampoo or conditioner to help with unwanted Red & Gold tones?

Sandy
from West Los Angeles asked:
November 27, 2013
Can this product be used directly on the hair (after bleaching and toning), to cut brassiness and red?
This stuff is concentrated. You can add a bit to your conditioner and leave it on for a couple of minutes while you shower.
Nickki
on March 8, 2014
from NY

marlene
from USA asked:
March 16, 2013
I used the recommended amount of Ardell's red gold corrector but it did not lift ll the red gold. Would using more perhaps double the amount do better for me. I mix it with a champagne blonde color and use 30 bolume peroxide. Thank you
This stuff is concentrated. You can add a bit to your conditioner and leave it on for a couple of minutes while you shower.
Nickki
on March 8, 2014
from NY

Kim
from SC asked:
January 17, 2013
the instruction say to add 15 drops per ounce of color do you also add 15 drops per ounce of developer?
This stuff is concentrated. You can add a bit to your conditioner and leave it on for a couple of minutes while you shower.
Nickki
on March 8, 2014
from NY

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