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We are excited to be giving all our members the chance to WIN 1 of 17 ColourB4 Hair Colour Remover – Extra packs worth $30.

17 lucky winners will receive a ColourB4 Hair Colour Remover – Extra, worth $30.00.

The world’s best-selling Hair Colour Remover in the comfort of your own home.

The revolutionary, at-home hair colour remover, ColourB4 is trusted by women all over the world, as an innovative product that safely removes semi and permanent hair colour.


ColourB4 contains no harsh chemicals such as bleach and ammonia so it is very gentle on your hair. Manufactured in the UK, ColourB4 hair colour remover is the safest and most effective way to remove an undesirable hair colour. It works by reversing the dye process, shrinking the dye molecules in your hair so that they can simply be washed away.

  • Use to remove any unwanted hair colour
    • Removes permanent and semi-permanent hair colours
    • Removers colour build-up
    • Safe and gentle with no ammonia or bleach.

Click here for more information. 

Please note this competition is open from 8th December 2015 to 14th January 2016 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. A. DoolanWA
  2. W. ElenaQLD
  3. R. Van KetwichVIC
  4. S. DeanQLD
  5. Y. BrookesWA
  6. C. BarterNSW
  7. S. CaseyNSW
  8. L. EastoughWA
  9. R. TimmsQLD
  10. L. ClearySA
  11. K. HowellWA
  12. F. MalissaVIC
  13. T. RheeNSW
  14. B. DowneyQLD
  15. K. LambertVIC
  16. W. HattonTAS
  17. J. JarvisQLD
  • Yes all my attempts at using DIY dyes, I never match the colour properly and the regrowth shows within days. GRRR!

  • yes as my hair really highlights reds when I try to go blonde it always goes carrot red

  • The last two times I’ve paid “good money” for my hair to be coloured, I’ve been disappointed. Once, I came out looking like a carrot, the next a hooker! Colouring my own hair gave me three re growth stripes as each colour faded…problem solved with COLOURB4!

  • No I have never felt the need to dye my hair, I loved being blonde and now embrace the change to silver. However my daughter has done so, many times because she does not have the patience to wait for it to grow out, this would be the perfect solution.

  • Yes I have had a hair colour disaster at the moment. I decided to dye my hair purple it has not taken properly so I have purple patches, brown patches and grey patches. My hair is a mess. I have been wearing it in a bun to disguise it as much as possible.

  • Oh yeah my hairdresser turned me black instead of brown, I looked like a sick 80yr old

  • My hair once went green instead of a lovely shade of blonde. Let’s just say my sister never helped me dye my hair again.

  • Once when I bleached my hair it turned green, I had to go to a hairdresser to fit it at great expense to me but at least I didn’t look like a smurf anymore

  • Ohhhhh Yes! Trying to go from black to blonde and it turned out so orange and horrible I went back to black.

  • I dyed it Blonde all last year,
    But it’s the transition back to Brunette that I fear!
    Do I dye it brown and hope it’s close,
    I miss the strength in my hair the most.

  • Totally, I’ve done my hair black before & forgot to use a moisturiser around my hair line to stop the dye going into my skin.. I was still scrubbing my skin 3 days later, It was such an embarrassment!

  • Only disaster was from being grey, the die doesn’t take to it and it ends up in 2 shades!

  • Now I am older the only hair colour disaster is me becoming gray- argh but I would like to win this product for my daughter to use- her friend used too much product and bwrecked her hair. so the colour needs to be returned to normal.

  • Yes, When i was young and before i was allowed to use hair dye, the craze was to colour your hair with crepe paper. I thought red highlights would look great in my white blonde hair, the finished result was an ugly orange that wouldnt budge.

  • NONE!!

  • I once attempted to go from black to blonde and ended up with bright orange hair for a few weeks, not the look I was going for!

  • Haven’t we all had a hair colour disaster??? Early 20’s trying new style and colours, dyed my hair a bright pink only to be told by my employer if I didn’t change it I would not have a job!! A new was required…

  • Yes definitely! When I was 16 I tried to bleach my jet black dyed hair. It’s was awful!! White roots, orange patchy brown mess everywhere else. I freaked out and put another black through it haha

  • Actually been pretty lucky with most colouring experiences. I am naturally blonde but love dying my hair a rich rosewood violet. Time for a change & need to safely strip colour from my hair first.

  • Yes, i tried to go blonde too quickly and my hair was snapping off and all sticky like bubblegum. My hair was just liquid and snapping whilst i was washing it, afterwards it felt like cornflakes!

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