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Revlon Roux Fanci Full Rinse, Golden Spell #26

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Revlon Roux Fanci Full Rinse, Golden Spell #26
 
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5.0

A Substitute for the Discontinued Clairol Born Blonde Toner

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from USA

Comments about Revlon Roux Fanci Full Rinse, Golden Spell #26:

Since I do not want to use any additional peroxide on my hair after the initial lightening, I was left in the lurch when Clairol discontinued their Born Blonde Non-Peroxide Toner. Happily, I have discovered that Roux has tweaked their old formula of Fanci-full, and it is much improved. First, there is now a pop-up top for more application control. Second, the texture is different: feels slick and slimy when wet; stiff when dry but just perfect after the final dry brush out. Also, I find that with very bleached hair, the dye in Roux actually leaves some lasting toning. Dedicate a towel because it does stain fabric badly. I use it when I touch up my roots and then also after the first shampoo. Usually, that is sufficient until the next touch up. This is an inexpensive and under-utilized product.

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5.0

New use for old product- cheap root touch-up

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from Elburn, IL

Comments about Revlon Roux Fanci Full Rinse, Golden Spell #26:

Yes, this is your Grandmother's hair color. You are probably wondering why I am reviewing an old product.  What I am reviewing is a new *use* for this old product.  Formally  packaged in the grey and pink bottle with the pink top, today's Fanci-Full comes in a bright hot pink  bottle.  I have color-treated hair and since my hair grows so fast, I have a constant problem with the roots growing out before the rest of my color.  I have not had good luck with the root touch-up products on the market. Fanci-Full is gentle on your hair, no ammonia or harsh chemicals.  I apply directly from the bottle, squirting on the roots and then gently rubbing only on the roots. (Apply to clean, wet, towel-dried hair.) Then dry and style as usual.  Roots are covered and grey, or in my case, white growth is gone until then next time you wash your hair.  There is nothing to mix, and you really don't need gloves to apply.  It washs off your hands.  You can apply with a cotton ball, if you prefer.  You get many, many uses from a bottle if you are using it in this manner, making it a very economical way to refresh your color between salon or home color. 

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