Roux - Fanci Full Rinse

 Roux - Fanci Full Rinse
Roux - Fanci Full Rinse

4.2

66 reviews

86% would repurchase

Package Quality: 3.4

Price: $$

Package Quality: 3.4

Price: $$

INGREDIENTS

Water , Hexylene Glycol , Hydroxyethylcellulose , Stearalkonium Chloride , Octoxynol-1 , Benzyl Alcohol , Tartaric Acid , Fragrance , Benzyl Benzoate , Limonene , Direct Black 51 (CI 27720) , Acid Violet 43 (CI 60730) , Acid Orange 7 (CI 15510) , Acid Yellow 3 (CI 47005) , Direct Red 80 (CI 35780)

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Age: 56 & Over

Skin: Other, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Grey

IN MY OPINION THIS IS NOT AND SHOULD NOT BE LABELED TEMPORARY. AFTER USING IT 3 TIMES, I STOPPED. I SHAMPOOED MY HAIR AND TO MY SHOCK, THE RINSE DID NOT COME OUT. MY HAIR LOOKS LIKE I USED THE RINSE. I WANT MY WHITE HAIR BACK? DO I NEED A LAWYER?



on 3/16/2017 9:50:00 AM

Age: 36-43

Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool

Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Hazel

I've tried white minx, ultra white minx (paler than white), and silver lining. I've used many ways but my current jam is to mix together ultra white and silver lining and spray (I put in spray bottle) all over my dry bed head in the am. I have short hair that gets very pokey. And besides from toning the brass out albeit temporarily, when it dries (I let air dry) my hair is smooth shiny and has soft nice hold. I just run a boar bristle brush through when all the way dry. Love this stuff!!! Oh my hair is currently dark blonde that is why I added the silver lining into the mix. The minxes are for very pale/white blonde. Of course you could use silver lining on white for a silver look

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Age: 44-55

Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Blond, Other, Other

Eyes: Blue

So I did it again! I dyed my hair a color that I couldn't stand! It was supposed to be a light chocolate brown but turned out way to dark and red and brassy.. Not what I wanted at ALL, so I read some reviews about fanciful and thought maybe I should give it a try since it had so many good reviews… So I made a purchase on eBay, and bought the color muted maze, a light Ashbrown, which is exactlywhat I needed to tone down the brassiness and the red that the other dye had done to me, not only is the stuff in expensive but it works great it's easy to apply makes your hair very shiny and it did the job wonderfully! I'm so glad I discovered the stuff and my only wish is that I knew about it sooner, as I've had other bad dye jobs in the past… it's a great product and is reasonably priced, I'm so glad that I got it! I would definitely recommend it to anyone who's had a disastrous dye job and needs to do color correction… It works wonderfully!

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Age: 19-24

Skin: Combination, Olive, Not Sure

Hair: Silver, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

This product is amazing. I totally recommend it. Is very cheap, at first I didn't trust it will work. I bleach my hair twice in order to get it silver but didnt happen. It was more like a green ash blonde, It was horrible. I cry a hole day because I couldn't use a dye again. My hair was so damage and thin. My hairdresser told me about this product. It wont damage your hair since is not a dye. I used the 41 because 42 is very light. Is not gray is more like a platinum so didnt work in my hair but then I try 41 and my hair take a beautiful dark silver color. The secret is that you have to put a lot in your hair if not you can have spots of different colors.
I super recommend not only for repair the bad color but to keep your silver whitout going to the esthetic so often.

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Age: 19-24

Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Cool

Hair: Blond, Curly, Medium

Eyes: Hazel

I've used the "Silver Lining" but let me tell you this one basically only works on platinum hair. It's a very light silver color. If you want a dark grey I recommend "True Steel".

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Age: 44-55

Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm

Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine

Eyes: Brown

This stuff is a life saver! Disclaimer: I'm not a professional hairdresser but this isn't my first rodeo either :) A little background...The last time I bleached my hair (years ago) I used a 40 developer. As far as I knew back then (I was a kid), that was the only way to use bleach. I wanted to break away from the salon and just dye my hair blonde myself. My natural is a level 5.5 or a 6 and gets stuck at the orange stage so I decided that I'd use the "new" bleach that you mix with 20 developer (per the directions) and then I would just use a level 8 blonde dye. The bleach says that it lifts up to 8 levels so even though I was skeptical I was hopeful that it could at least lift me 3-4 levels..fast forward to my hair turning out a clownish yellow-orange...more orange than yellow. I tried to used a blue based toner to cancel out the brassiness and then the level 8 dye but neither helped...At this point, my hair is fried to a crisp (only slight sarcasm). I was terrified to do any more to my hair but I couldn't be seen out in public. When I was telling my mom that I didn't know what I was going to do but I couldn't leave the house with my hair like that, she asked if they still made Fanci-full. I started out with Frivolous Fawn (for dark blonde to light brown) which made it look like a light copper so then I went and got Plush Brown (medium brown) which turned out to look like a light auburn. Of course, my color results are due to my actual hair color. They were both far from blonde but at least a realistic hair color and now I can leave the house and I don't have to process my hair again until it's healthy and my scalp isn't on fire. It's a watery texture and makes my hair feel...heavy? not clean?...but that's expected since it actually lays on top of the hair. I hope I don't ever have to use it again but I would recommend it to anyone in a similar situation.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.


Age: 56 & Over

Skin: Dry, Olive, Cool

Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine

Eyes: Hazel

I use this in Plush Brown on old highlights that are growing out. It's so tempting to do an overall color and be done with it, but, that starts a whole cycle of coloring because even low peroxide products take away your natural color. Yes, I have to use it every time I shampoo, but when those highlights finally grow out, I'll be starting with a clean slate of my natural color.
I bought into the trend that lighter as we age equals youthful. Catching myself in some pictures and videos I realized, it made me just look more "faded." Enter this old timey temporary rinse. Tones down and blends the line between my natural hair growth and the bleached bottom part.
A pain to use but here is what works for me. I have a very small bowl that I pour some into.
I gather the ends of my hair and dip/sqoosh them into the bowl and squeeze the excess back into the bowl. Repeat on the other side. Tousle it through the rest of my hair with my fingers to blend. Another tip is to towel dry as much moisture from hair as you can before applying.
I believe I'm done with artificial colors. My new growth is so shiny and healthy looking now and that says youthful to me. Once grown out, I may rinse some of the red in for fun.

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on 8/18/2014 4:26:00 PM

Age: 44-55

Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool

Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Green

White Minx has been around for-eh-ver and used to remove brassy tones from highlights. Cheap and easy to find in beauty supply stores.

A bit runny and not the greatest smelling - but a staple for the old-school color corrector or a do-it-at-home solution.

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on 7/7/2014 8:37:00 PM

Age: 25-29

Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool

Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse

Eyes: Hazel

OK, I totally forgot about this until I saw a new review on the front page and then immediately ordered some online -- literally fifteen minutes ago, haha. Because holy moly, this is good stuff! It works magic on my coarse hair, especially when I need to blend out some roots -- I used it all the time when I colored my hair. Since I haven't dyed it in awhile I haven't done a rinse in about eighteen months, but I love the way it makes my hair texture calm down and look shiny so I'm going to do the Chocolate Kiss shade over my natural color (which is very very dark). It always adds a little extra dimension to highlights/balayage so I'm confident it'll give me a little extra shine and warmth for the summer! In general, Roux products always seem to agree with my hair type so it's no surprise that these do a great job at perking up a dull hair week. Thanks for helping me remember the secret to shiny hair, MUA! :D

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on 7/7/2014 7:15:00 PM

Age: 56 & Over

Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brown, Other, Medium

Eyes: Green

I love Roux fanciful rinses. They have been around forever but there is nothing on the
market like it. I have used many shades over the years. My favorite blonde shade was Bashful Blonde." When I finally went brown I used "Chocolate Kiss" (dark) and when I went to a lighter brown I used "Frivolous Fawn." Not every shampoo but whenever my hair looked faded or needed "something." Also it conditions the hair! (and if you don't already know, it washes out after shampooing.)

Now I am all about "Lucky Copper." I love it. I get great red highlights without dying.
Red is a very hard color to get right so this is the perfect solution. Not always available in stores anymore but Amazon and eBay are good places to buy it.

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