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Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse

Roux Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse is ready-to-use. Requires no activator, no peroxide and no mixing.
Average Customer Rating:
4.714 out of 5
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7 of 7(100%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse
Review 1 for Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse
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JackyZ
Location: Regina, SK CANADA
Is the reviewer a Salon Professional? No
Repeat purchase
Date:December 19, 2013
"I'm in my early 50's and sick and tired of coloring my greying hair, so I'm actually accelerating the process of going grey by using this product. I get a very natural look using the Fanci-Full Rinse as it mixes in with my remaining natural brown hair-color. I get LOTS of compliments on the color AND the fact that I'm not afraid of going grey!"
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Review 2 for Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse
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5 out of 5
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Tizz
Location: TX
Is the reviewer a Salon Professional? No
Better Than I Expected!
Date:October 24, 2013
Pros: great for hiding yellowy or orange growth, easy clean up, color is true of what is represented, stays true until washed, looks natural
"I was a permanent dyed blonde and decided to let my natural gray grow out. For those of you that know what this is like...well it's no fun. I got tired of hiding my hair under a hat and started looking for something to help while my hair grew. I also didn't want to cut my hair. I got this and am SO glad I did. This did not change the color of my natural gray BUT it took that yellowy blonde away immediately. It was so easy - no mess - easy clean up. It did exactly and more what it said it would do. No more do I have to deal with 'yellowy' ends! It looks beautiful. Also looks exactly like the color represented on the bottle. I put on towel dried hair and then dried with hair dryer. The color didn't waiver even after the heat from dryer. This is my new staple. No more hiding!!!"
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Review 3 for Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse
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SnapeMeister
Location: Laurel, Delaware
Is the reviewer a Salon Professional? No
Amazing for Getting Silver/Grey Hair
Date:June 13, 2013
Pros: not too runny not too thick
Cons: doesn't spread easily in dry hair
"I've seen people use Roux Fanci-Full when I looked up silver/grey hair tutorials on YouTube. I first tried Ultra White Minx and White Minx that didn't really do anything on my already platinum/white hair. I knew from then I needed to go darker. I used this in dry hair and it didn't spread evenly. So, I used it in damp hair and it worked perfectly fine. I now have that medium silver/grey color that I want!"
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Review 4 for Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse
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4 out of 5
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4 out of 5
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4 out of 5
4 out of 5
demar4244
Is the reviewer a Salon Professional? No
FINALLY!!
Date:May 9, 2013
"My hair is so incredibly stubborn when it comes to color. I bleached it twice, and only got to the yellow stage, then toned it with a demi twice, and used purple shampoo twice, and it was still very bright golden blonde with a slight orange twinge. I wanted something that would tone the yellow-orange out without damaging my hair any further. This worked! I got the True Steel color because I know that blue-purple cancels out orange-yellow. My hair is now a lovely dark ash blonde. The only reason I'm not giving it five stars is because it washes out with each shampoo, and it's kind of messy."
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Review 5 for Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse
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5 out of 5
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NWgirl
Location: Tacoma, wa
Is the reviewer a Salon Professional? No
Great at removing orange
Date:May 9, 2012
Pros: removes orange tones
Cons: i wish it was permanent!
"I tried lightening my level 7 hair to a level 10 with only a 20 volume developer, and on top of that i didn't leave it on the full amount. Needless to say my four inches of grow out turned a light orange color :/ i tried everything to remove the orange or get my natural hair color back if i could. Purple shampoo, Toners, clairol second nature color corrector, box dye... nothing worked and i was scared to do more to my hair. So i tried this rinse in True Steel and absolutely love the color that turned out. Its an ashy dark blonde with highlights peeking through. I applied it just to the orange parts, using a brush and bowl. Now i just need to find a demi or perm color exactly like this!"
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Review 6 for Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse
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Beautifulgrandma
Location: Queens NY
Is the reviewer a Salon Professional? No
Love it!!!
Date:April 21, 2012
"If you are gray this is the product to use. No mess, no ruined
towels, no clean up!!!"
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Review 7 for Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse
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Addict
Is the reviewer a Salon Professional? No
Excellent for temporarily eliminating orange tones
Date:December 13, 2011
"I have been slowly lifting a demi-permanent, level 6 red-violet color from my hair (attempting to reach a level 12 platinum blonde) with the use of 20 volume bleach baths/soap caps (1 scoop of Clairol Basic White bleach, 1 ounce 20 volume Ion Sensitive Scalp developer, and 2 ounces of shampoo) every 3-4 days. My hair is currently at a level 8 orange, and as this is a blue-based temporary color, it works quite effectively to neutralize the bright, unnatural orange base of my hair color, making it appear a more natural, slightly warm dark blonde."
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