Color oops is a revolutionary new product that helps remove color build-up from your hair. It also removes excess dye so you can avoid the harsh chemicals found in other shampoos, making it perfect for those who frequently change their hair color. However, after using this product to remove excess dye, many people have reported that they are left with an unpleasant smell on their head afterwards. Fortunately, there are some simple ways you can get rid of this odor quickly and easily.
How do I remove color oops smell from hair?
There are many ways to get rid of the odor left behind by this product, but you need to find something that fits your budget. The most important thing is to not use any harsh ingredients because they can cause more damage, especially if your hair is already dry or damaged. Here are some of the most popular methods people suggest for removing odor from hair:
Rub a sliced lemon on your hair and scalp, let it sit for about 20 minutes and then wash out with shampoo.
You can also put cucumber slices in your hair and leave them there overnight, this will help get rid of the smell as well. If all else fails, you could try putting dry tea bags (preferably green tea) into your hair before washing like you normally would after applying color oops.. Green Tea is known to help get rid of odors from your body.
Another idea is to use baby wipes instead of shampoo after rinsing off the color oops because those do not have any scent and might be able to remove some of the Color Oops odor.
The best home remedy for getting rid of the smell from color oops is to put some dry shampoo powder like baby powder onto your scalp and leave it on for a few hours and then brush out hopefully that will remove most of the color oops odor . If all else fails, take a baking soda bath!! Sprinkling baking soda into your bathtub as you fill it up with water can not only make your skin soft but also helps neutralize odors such as body odor, cigarette smoke and even skunk smells
You can go with apple cider vinegar or regular white vinegar . Mix it with water and apply generously until the smell dissipates naturally. This usually takes about 20 minutes, but you can leave it in for an hour if necessary. Apple cider vinegar has a bit stronger scent than plain white, so check and see which one will work best for you.
You can mix baking soda with water or your favorite shampoo to create a natural solution that will help get rid of the smell. Simply wet your hair, rub some in gently, do not rinse it out ,and allow it to sit for about 20 minutes before rinsing with cool water. This is great because it also helps remove any additional residue that color oops might have left behind.
Tea tree oil
Apply undiluted tea tree oil directly to problem areas on your scalp if you are experiencing bad smells in specific places only. This product is naturally antibacterial so it will help eliminate the odor while simultaneously soothing any dry patches or irritation on your head due to bacterial or fungal infections.