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Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength, 1 Application
 
3.9

(based on 82 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (45)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (12)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (13)

71%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (54)
  • Gentle (39)
  • Natural look (15)
  • Great color (10)
  • Long-lasting (4)

Cons

  • Smells bad (52)
  • Messy (12)
  • Too harsh (8)
  • Color misrepresented (7)
  • Difficult to use (6)

Best Uses

  • New look (17)
  • Thick hair (5)
  • Fine hair (4)
  • Graying hair (3)
    • Commitment To Color:
    • Permanent (49), Semi-permanent (10), Demi-permanent (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Beauty conscious (33), Product junkie (19), Survivalist / minimalist (10)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Adventures with Color Oops

BACKGROUND
As a naturally medium blonde 20-something, I'd been talked into going red by my salon stylist. I loved it, but 8 months down the road I was frustrated with having to...Read complete review

BACKGROUND
As a naturally medium blonde 20-something, I'd been talked into going red by my salon stylist. I loved it, but 8 months down the road I was frustrated with having to touch it up every few weeks, let alone not being able to consistently find the right shade in the drug store (sorry, but I'm not paying a stylist obscene amounts of cash to do my hair every few weeks). I'm a beginner when it comes to color and didn't realize how difficult it would be to try to take my hair back to blonde after having it red for many months.

I asked my stylist, who said that she could strip it, which would be time-consuming, damaging and expensive. The other option was to highlight my hair repeatedly over the course of a year or so while my natural hair grew back in (again, expensive). I thought, surely there has to be some other way...

PREPARATION FOR COLOR OOPS
Then I found Color Oops online. I read hundreds of reviews on multiple Web sites, some good and some frightening, and picked up lots of usage tips along the way. I proceeded to purchase two boxes of Color Oops, two boxes of hair color (Nice n Easy - Natural Dark Neutral Blonde and Natural Lightest Golden Brown) in case I had an "omg" moment, a shower cap, a wide-toothed comb and a thermal conditioning treatment (heavy duty conditioner). If you use Color Oops, I highly recommend making sure you have all these items handy. Also, read the box insert, and know it like the back of your hand. This is a must.

Make sure to do a strand test. Cut out a small piece of your hair and just do it, or you'll be sorry later. Check it every five minutes so you can see the various shades of change and decide on the best time for your hair. They recommend no longer than 20 minutes. Based on mine, I saw my hair change from red to blonde after 20 minutes and elected to leave it on for the full amount of time.

THE PROCESS
Still, I was super nervous as I prepared the mixture and dumped it on my hair. It is a thin mixture, maybe a bit thicker than water but not by much, so be careful with the dribbles. I didn't notice any bleaching effect on the red robe I was wearing. As everyone else has said, it has a very strong odor - citrus and sulfur, so be prepared. I made sure to spread the mixture quickly and evenly, using the wide-toothed comb to ensure that my hair was fully saturated, then put the shower cap on to help "lock" in the product. I avoided being in cool areas of my house, as the insert said this could cause it not to process correctly (also a good reason to use the shower cap). I'd recommend checking your hair periodically, even after the strand test, so you don't let it go too long.

Rinsing it out was a breeze in the shower. This is the most important part of the process. I kept the water warm, rinsed for several minutes, shampooed and rinsed for several minutes, and repeated once more. Rinse until your water gets cold, no joke! Your hair may feel a little stiff at this point, so use your restoring conditioner after the second shampoo. I had some left over from an older Nice n Easy kit and it worked better than the thermal treatment I bought specifically for this purpose (read on to find out why I ended up having to condition twice).

THE MOMENT OF TRUTH
After I got out of the shower I could tell right away that my hair was looking pretty bleached blonde and much lighter than my natural color, but probably due to the previous dyeing I'd done (most over-the-counter permanent dyes include a bleaching agent, no matter what color you choose). I dried it using my blow dryer and it came out looking pale and brassy - almost a strawberry blonde. My boyfriend said, "Your hair is kind of orange..." I didn't think it was hideous, but not exactly what I had envisioned. It didn't seem damaged, either, though I had very healthy hair to start with.

REDYEING AFTER COLOR OOPS
So I started thinking about that box of blonde hair color I bought to use after the Color Oops, in case it didn't turn out. Color Oops recommends using a color filler if you choose to dye right after the color removal process. They also advise that you choose a lighter, warmer shade than that of what you are trying to achieve and say not to let it process for more than several minutes. I skipped the color filler and applied just the color, noticing that by the time I'd applied it to my whole head, it had already "taken" and rushed to rinse it out, but it was too late. After no more than just a few minutes, the blonde hair color had turned my hair a distinct brown, and on the ashy side (even though it was labeled a "neutral" shade). That wasn't the hair color's fault, though - it was mine. The box insert is not joking. Use a color filler and/or buy at least a couple shades warmer and lighter than your desired end result if you are dyeing right after Color Oops. So if you're looking to go medium/dark blonde, buy a golden light blonde (or even lightest blonde).

COLOR OOPS... TAKE TWO!
Luckily, I had bought the second box of Color Oops, did another strand test, and decided to leave it in for only 15 minutes this time. I got the same result as the first Oops application (glowing blonde hair), and still little, if any, damage. Stinky, though. I don't notice the smell one day after, if that's any consolation.

THE AFTER GLOW
Realize that the rinsing process is absolutely the most important part of making Color Oops work (yes, I'm reiterating, but honestly it can't be repeated enough). Even after what I thought was excessive rinsing, I did notice that my color darkened overnight, meaning that the first application probably would have done the same thing if I'd been patient. I am still blonde, but not back to my natural caramel blonde. It appears very golden with some glowing reddish tones, which could be from the previous dyeing, but definitely toned down after just 8 hours. I have actually received compliments today on the new color, and told people that I had my hair stripped at the salon. They commented that it didn't appear damaged at all. The results are that good. Just be aware that you will likely have some darkening up to 24 hours after you complete the process (and also take this into account if you are redyeing).

THE END?
Sorry this was so long. I learned quite a bit about Color Oops by reading reviews and realize that this information is invaluable to other people who are thinking about taking the risk to get their hair back to normal (or at least close to it). I hope the detail in this review helps you to relax and embark on your Color Oops adventure!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not Bad At All...

I'll start off by saying it is not a miracle worker- however it did was I wanted to an extent.

Last August, I woke up one morning and decided to...Read complete review

I'll start off by saying it is not a miracle worker- however it did was I wanted to an extent.

Last August, I woke up one morning and decided to dye my hair, which was naturally a nice medium brown and had natural blonde highlights in it, to a rich, ruby red (think Sharon Osbourne.) Recently, I decided it just wasn't for me anymore and I wanted to go blonde. Of course, I never realized how difficult red is to bounce back from.

I thought of all the ways I could get there, bleaching it out runs the risk of it turning orange- dyes aren't always dependable... and then I stumbled upon Color Oops. I read the reviews, and finally figured; "Why not?" So I bought it. I also bought a box of light brown to cover up any possible mistakes that might happen.

First off, people complaining about the smell; it's honestly not THAT bad. Yes, it smells a bit like Rotten Eggs- but lets face it, we've all smelled normal hair dye, and if you can get through that, you'll certainly be able to survive this.

It's not very messy- yes, its not as thick as normal hair dye, but I wouldn't say it was runny or dripping all over. Toss an old towel over your shoulders and you're good to go.

The 20 minute development time passed and I hopped in the shower. Followed the instructions; wash, shampoo, rinse, the whole nine yards- did everything. Got out, and noticed the majority of the red was gone.

And now the fun part; Yes, there was quite a bit of hair that had turned Gold. I wasn't shocked though, I actually expected it. I knew the color dye I had been using would be a royal pain to get out. Anyway, I dried my hair, and then dyed it with the brown I had purchased. It's close to perfect now.

As I said, I didn't expect to get out of the shower and see I was back to my natural color. But I was glad I bought that box of Brown! I knew going into it that there was a chance to come out with Gold hair, so I wasn't shocked or freaking out when it happened.

Overall, if you're going to dye your hair again anyway, but you want to get rid of the color you've got now, it's a good & affordable way to go, in my opinion. Like I said, not a miracle worker, but not a total waste what-so-ever.

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5.0

Worth buying!

By Mommy of 3

from Daytona Beach, Florida

describe yourself Beauty Conscious

See all my reviews

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Gentle

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Removing Color
    • Starting Fresh

    Comments about Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength, 1 Application:

    This product is amazing. I have ashy hair that I dye red and decided to try a "new" shade that looked so pretty on the box. Well, to my dismay it came out so dark it was nearly black. Enter Color Oops! It stripped out all the color, and left my hair free to re-color. Now I keep seeing people not truly happy. The product works best if there is warmth, so air conditioned rooms will make it less effective. To help that put your hair on top of your head and wrap it in a plastic bag. It WILL take you to blonde, it's supposed to. This will NOT make your hair your natural color. When you color your hair it's a 2-step process. First your hair is lightened, then your color is deposited on the lightened hair. So it can't take you to your natural color unless you are blonde, only to the "lightened" stage. Also, your hair will be very porous once the color is removed so you need to do a good deep conditioner to seal the cuticle of your hair. If you don't, and your recolor, it will come out much darker than you expect. Honestly, it's often best to recolor a shade lighter than you usually do. Good luck and definitely give this a try!

    • Commitment To Color:
    • Permanent
     
    2.0

    I wouldn't recommend

    By unhappy customer

    from Los Angeles, Ca

    describe yourself Product Junkie

    Pros

    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    • Changed Porosity
    • Doesn't Last
    • Smells Bad

    Best Uses

      Comments about Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength, 1 Application:

      I bought this product and I am very disappointed at first I was ok with the results but now I am starting to notice the color that I was trying to get rid of is gradually reappearing. A little (background info: I used adores semi-perm dye it was a aquamarine color on previously bleached hair, after failing to remove all the color I added some permanent dye dark brown) I decided to try color oops to remove all color I applied it, left it on for 20 min, by the way the smell is potent it didn't smell like rotten eggs but its fumes made me cough alot it was horrible. I rinsed thoroughly shampooed TWICE, deep conditioned over night. Next morning results seemed ok HOWEVER I noticed the porosity level of my hair had changed, as if my hair had been bleached which this product is supposedly bleach free and my curls are not as curly, I know this is a chemical process but I'm not happy with the time, money, effort I spent on this product. Since Thursday, today is Sunday I have conditioned my hair about 3 or 4 times my curls are still not revived and this putrid smell is still in my hair and the green color in my hair is reappearing !!!

      • Commitment To Color:
      • Semi-Permanent

      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Taking the risk paid off

      By Beauty literate

      from San diego

      describe yourself Beauty Conscious

      Pros

      • Easy To Use

      Cons

      • Smells Bad
      • Too Harsh

      Best Uses

        Comments about Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength, 1 Application:

        After being given Christmas red lowlights at the salon yesterday I woke up mortified this morning. Decided I could not deal with it. I could not go to work that way. Ran out to drugstore to pick up this product after reading a few reviews. I was pleasantly surprised...didn't smell nearly as awful as people said...especially if windows are open. Not as drying as some say and I have very dry naturally curly hair...for sure be ready with a deep conditioning treatment though...something with protein...and air dry etc. It brought my hair back to the natural color it was yesterday with a small amount of the red showing through...strangely the way it looks now is about what I wanted done yesterday. Will plan on continuing to deep condition but for the most part I don't think I will have to redye. Pleasantly surprised by results. Hair does smell though even after rinsing for 20 plus minutes and shamooing 3 times. They are not kidding when they say stand under shower for 20 minutes...if you want all the color out its a must...I probably didn't do it long enough but so far the red has not oxidized back to its original color...it's more of an orange red. Overall would recommend. Follow directions and do a strand test first.

        • Commitment To Color:
        • Permanent

        (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Worked fabulously!

        By Tracey

        from Ohio

        describe yourself Product Junkie

        See all my reviews

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Gentle
        • Natural Look

        Cons

        • Smells Bad

        Best Uses

        • To Remove Dye From Hair

        Comments about Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength, 1 Application:

        I used this to remove the black cherry dye from my hair before bleaching it so I could dip dye my bangs with other colors.

        • Commitment To Color:
        • Permanent

        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Miracle Product for Hair Dye Mishaps

        By GoRetroPam

        from Boston, MA

        describe yourself Beauty Conscious

        Pros

        • Does Not Irritate Scalp
        • Easy To Use
        • Gentle
        • Great Color
        • Natural Look
        • Works quickly

        Cons

        • Smells Bad

        Best Uses

        • Removing Hair Dye

        Comments about Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength, 1 Application:

        My natural hair color is a very dark, ash blonde--almost light brown. For years I've been lightening it with L'Oreal Feria Champagne Cocktail. I wanted to go a shade darker for the winter months, but the Feria line didn't quite have what I was looking for. I made the mistake of trying Garner Nourishing Color Foam in Dark Blonde. Well, it turned my hair SO dark--and not even a pretty golden brunette, but this horrible ashy, almost GREEN dark brown...yuck. My hair had been lightened so much it just sucked up the dye molecules. I tried clarifying shampoo and hot oil treatments which faded the color only ever so slightly.

        So after not even a week of getting funny looks in public, I gave in and decided to try Color Oops. The only reason I hesitated is because I'd read several comments about the terrible smell and I was concerned that it would be harsh to my hair. However, this sounded better than living with a hair color that was not me and which made me cringe every time I examined it in the mirror to see if it was improving.

        Color Oops DOES smell--it is sulfur based so it smelled like burning rubber. Fortunately, it comes with a plastic cap to put over your head to contain the odor. I also kept my bathroom door shut and opened the window before I began to rinse it out. It's gentle and didn't irritate my scalp at all. I could see through the cap that my hair was returning to a blonde color right away. When I first started to rinse it, I was a bit nervous because my hair looked orange. When I applied shampoo, it then changed to a normal blonde tone.

        The key to having success with Color Oops is to rinse, rinse, rinse, then rinse some more. The reason for this is because the dye molecules have been shrunk by the solution and if any are left over they can actually darken your hair again. I rinsed the solution from my hair for about 5 minutes, then shampooed and rinsed for about 10 more minutes, then applied shampoo and rinsed again. When I was done rinsing I applied a good protein based deep conditioner for blonde hair, and rinsed it after two minutes. I must have spent about a half hour in the bathtub underneath the faucet but the patience was worth it. I'm now almost back to the Feria shade I've been using for a long time. My hair did darken ever so slightly overnight and it's a medium/dark blonde which is what I was aiming for in the first place, but it's very pretty with lots of highlights and best of all, the greenish ashy cast is gone. It's more a golden blonde now, and I think it will continue to get lighter as I wash it with my John Frieda Sheer Blonde products.

        Also, I'm waiting 48 hours to wash my hair again after the Color Oops treatment, and the rubbery smell has pretty much faded from my hair. I'd recommend this to anyone who accidentally dyed their hair too dark. One thing to keep in mind--if your hair is shoulder length or longer, you're going to need to buy two bottles to ensure you have enough solution to saturate every strand of your hair.

        • Commitment To Color:
        • Permanent
         
        4.0

        Did not dry out hair

        By Mic

        from Bethlehem, PA

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Effective

        Cons

        • Messy
        • Smells Bad
        • Time Consuming

        Best Uses

          Comments about Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength, 1 Application:

          My hair was blonde, dyed it a different shade of blonde and it turned out a reddish-brown. Crazy, right? How does that even happen? Color Oops effectively removed all the color. It smells absolutely horrible. I used it last night and it still smells bad, not as bad as though. While washing it out in the shower, my hair felt incredibly dry. It felt as if it were about to snap off. Leave conditioner in for a few minutes before washing it out. When I blow dryed my hair, it felt softer than it ever has. I did apply a little Garnier Fructis Morrocan Oil when it was damp while blow drying, but my hair is super soft and not dry at all without using any deep conditioning system.

          • Commitment To Color:
          • Semi-Permanent

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Amazing Product!

          By Manda

          from Ohio

          describe yourself Beauty Conscious

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Natural Look

          Cons

          • Messy
          • Smells Bad

          Best Uses

            Comments about Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength, 1 Application:

            I'll be honest, I bought this product not expecting much. First of all, my hair is very stubborn anyway, any 'lightening' is usually a huge waste of time. My hair is naturally medium brown, but I had been dying it black for a year with the most recent application 3 MONTHS before I attempted to use the Color Oops. So that's at least 6 applications of black hair dye this stuff had to work though...and shockingly, it did! My hair was returned to a medium brown color very similar to my own, just a bit more red-ish. I consider this product to be a miracle in a bottle! Only downsides, it's very runny so be careful. Also the smell is AWFUL! And it just gets worse, do not leave any unused product in your trash or your whole house will stink!

             
            1.0

            Didn't work at all :-(

            By Unhappy user

            from Ohio

            describe yourself Product Junkie

            Pros

              Cons

              • Color Misrepresented
              • Difficult To Use
              • Messy
              • Smells Bad
              • Time Consuming
              • Too Harsh

              Best Uses

                Comments about Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength, 1 Application:

                I used this to take the brown out of my blonde hair and after repeatedly washing my hair all it did was dry out my hair but didn't remove any color :-( $20 wasted as I had to buy 2 boxes for thick hair. Won't be using this product again, there is no change at all in the hair color.

                • Commitment To Color:
                • Permanent

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Do a little dance!

                By butterfliesrfree

                from Wasilla, AK

                describe yourself Minimalist

                See all my reviews

                Pros

                  Cons

                  • Difficult To Use
                  • Messy
                  • Smells Bad
                  • Time Consuming

                  Best Uses

                  • Remove Excess Dye

                  Comments about Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength, 1 Application:

                  I don't look like Morticia anymore! How the disaster occurred -- I just turned 30 (for the 11th time ;-), and was thinking that maybe it's time to stop tweezing those white/gray hairs that keep appearing around my temples/crown area. I haven't colored or permed my hair in more than 10 years, so I was more than a little hesitant to start dying my hair again now. I thought a demi-permanent was my best (safest) bet. Boy, was I ever wrong!! My natural color is a very dark brown, like a shot of expresso with natural gold/mahogany undertones that come out from sun/heat exposure. I do have some heat-styling damage. My hair is NOT, and never has been black. I combined Healthy Look Cool Chestnut Brown Iced Chocolate 4AR and Darkest Brown Expresso 3. The Darkest Brown Expresso 3 most closely matched my natural color, but I thought the Cool Chestnut Brown Iced Chocolate 4AR might tone the dark brown down a bit while allowing me to keep some reddish tones in my hair. I wasn't looking to make my hair darker, but what I got was a deep, dark BLUE BLACK. I have Asians in my family, and my BLUE BLACK hair was darker than their natural black hair! I was mortified. I wanted to cry. I wanted to scream, but alas, that wasn't going to help me! I washed my hair with Dawn dish soap 6 times, hoping that since this was a demi-permanent dye, I could wash enough of it out to, at least, get some brown back in my hair. No such luck! It dulled the color somewhat, but I still had BLUE BLACK hair! I'd read other hair color reviews where women mentioned using Color Oops after disastrous dye results, so after the Dawn failed me, I decided to try Color Oops. I found one box, but because of my long, thick hair, I needed 2 boxes. I went all over town looking for a 2nd box of Color Oops. The fact that it seemed to be soldout everywhere either suggested that the stuff really worked or that women all over town were suffering from botched dye jobs!! I waited a day or two, because after ending up with black hair, and washing my hair half a dozen times with Dawn, I was tired of being in the shower all the time. The process of using Color Oops is daunting. The stuff is runny and watery, more so than the hair dye. It gets everywhere. Apply in the shower (if you have a shower mirror) or throw some old towels down on the bathroom floor. And yes, you really do need to rinse for, at least, 30 minutes. Yes, your arms will feel like they're going to fall off your body after all of that rinsing, BUT my hair is not black anymore!! Hallelujah!! And it's actually starting to feel better again. The Healthy Look really dried my hair out. My hair is brown again with distinct brassy, auburn showing through -- apparently, the L'Oreal Healthy Look DID lift some brown out of my hair and expose more of the brassy red, but still, it's SO MUCH BETTER than having blue black hair and looking like Morticia! I'm too old to be goth! I'm going to try John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Dark Chocolate Brown 4BG to cover up the brassy red. And TAKE HEED ladies: others before me suggested (particularly with dark browns) that you choose 2 shades lighter than your natural color, because they tend to turn out darker than the color pictured on the box, particularly with damaged and/or previously colored hair (which is more porous and will absorb more dye). It's easier to go darker if your results turn out too light, but more difficult to go back if your hair ends up too dark! Choose ash/cool if you want to cover/minimize brassy reds/golds. Choose warm tones if you want to highlight reds/golds/coppers.

                  • Commitment To Color:
                  • Demi-Permanent

                  (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  4.0

                  It worked

                  By Jackie

                  from Texas

                  describe yourself Beauty Conscious

                  See all my reviews

                  Pros

                  • Easy To Use
                  • Gentle

                  Cons

                  • Smells Bad

                  Best Uses

                  • Thicker Hair

                  Comments about Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength, 1 Application:

                  I never write product reviews, but Color Oops saved me. I'm naturally dark brown with highlights, and I recently started coloring at home instead of getting highlights because the highlights were no longer blending the gray. I was trying to go a bit darker, and the color I chose ended up a horrible blue/black.

                  After that, I proceeded to do everything wrong. I re-colored with another color, which did nothing. Then I tried a different color removal product which left my hair with streaks of orange mixed in with the black, not to mention was extremely harsh. I thought I was buying Color Oops, so shame on me for not doing my research. After that, I re-colored again, which helped, but you could still see black streaks mixed in with the dark brown.

                  Then I tried Color Oops. It took out the dyes and left a very odd orange color that isn't found in nature. I'm sure it was from the years of highlights plus the earlier color removal product (not Color Oops) that stripped my natural color. But then I re-colored again with the dark brown I should have gone with the first time, and it turned out great. I really can't believe it!

                  • Commitment To Color:
                  • Permanent

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                  Color Oops Hair Color Remover, Extra Strength

                   – If you color your hair, you already know the disaster stories. That dream shade you were hoping for turned out way too brassy, or much too dark, or worse - green, blue, or purple. Whether you color at the salon or at home, Color Oops Hair Color Remover will help you remove permanent and semi-permanent hair color - easily, quickly, and affordably.

                  A Key Ingredient that is Both Gentle and Effective



                  Are you scared to remove your unwanted color because you're concerned about damaging your hair? This formula won't fry your hair, and it won't cause it to fall out. Instead, it contains a unique ingredient called hydrosulfite that shrinks the dye molecules within your hair shaft. There's no ammonia, bleach, or peroxide, all stripping agents that can cause hair to become brittle. Plus, hydrosulfite is so effective, it will work on a dye job that's a year old.

                  In 20 Minutes, Get Your Hair Color Back



                  It's easy to correct your color mistakes. Simply follow the directions when mixing and applying the product. Make sure you place the Color Oops formula on dry hair. Within 20 minutes, you'll be able to rinse the undesirable color out with warm water and shampoo. It's that simple. Before you get started, it's always a good idea to do a strand test first so you can preview the final result. And the formula is mild enough that you can re-dye your hair on the same day.
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