had your hair lightened and then decided platinum just isn't your thing, go back to your colorist and she or he can simply
apply a hair color remover to get the shade you prefer. This also depends on the porosity of the hair! Occasionally, hair
is so damaged that it just can't absorb color. In that case, your only recourse is to either have the damage cut off or wait
for healthier hair to grow in. Many clients will come into the salon with very degraded hair, and the levels of porosity
are numerous in the hair. Customers will bring photographs into the salon asking for this color or that hair color. Photographs
are a excellent way to exchange ideas during a consultation as the salon. But many photographs are also edited and the hair
colors are very enhanced. Customers will come in and ask for this color or two to three different hair colors. The porosity
of the hair has the deciding factor with corrective hair color.
And if the hair is degraded there is really nothing to do but to cut the hair off.
When the hair is foil highlighted to a very, very light blond applying low lights to the hair can be a (iffy) solution. Because
the hair if degraded will not hold a low light very long. Normally if a low light is applied to the hair and the hair is degraded
it will wash out within a few weeks after the initial service. The condition of the hair will let me know what I can, and
cannot do. It's all about porosity and texture of the hair. Consultation is a important service to me, I will not do
anything I know that will not come out correctly.
We've all had to experiment with corrective hair color. It starts out the same for everyone. You've
decided to do something drastic to your hair. You've gone from dark brown to golden blond or put tints of blue in your black
hair. An hour and a half later, your hair is dry, frizzy, damaged, and a completely different color than you had imagined.
This horrible fear is a reality for many women, who are often taken by surprise when they experiment with a new salon. Thankfully,
there are ways to prevent this. First and foremost, always take a picture of the color and style you want when you go in to
get your hair done. This eliminates any communication errors that may occur and it gives the hair-dresser a better idea of
what you want and whether it will work for your skin tone.
There are four basic reasons you might need to
correct your color. Too Light, Too Dark, Too Ashy, Too Brassy
Once you find what the problem is, the solution is usually very simple. You can do a tint back
if it is too light. If it is too dark, you can put in highlights or low lights. Before you panic, always remember that dark
color will always fade and ashy color will always tone down. Hair disasters are not nearly as bad as you think in the moment,
and they are almost always remedied simply and quickly. Edit Text
Due to the prior service given to the client.. If the hair is damaged, I do not suggest proceeding with a chemical
service. I would normally ask the customer to wait a week or two weeks to start the color correction. Porosity is a key factor
on how well the damaged hair can be lightened and how long the tone will stay in the hair. Permanent hair color is permanent
but the tone is not. The virtue in corrective hair color is patience.
The customer must understand that there will be follow-up appointments in securing the final goal of the hair color.
Hair color fades and that will also be a problem for the client. This is due to porosity of the hair. The health of the hair
must be given a total commitment by the client. Home hair care is a must. Establishing realistic goals between the client
and colorist is very important. Remember, the colorist who is fixing the prior chemical service is not the one who damaged
Honey Blonde/Soft Golden Hair Color And MAC Makeup
On this model we took her hair color from a level 10 down to a warm honey blonde level 7-8. After doing
the process which took 3 times for even coverage. We foiled the hair with Artego hair lightener and processed at room temperature
for 30-40. Then a Redken Shades EQ hair color gloss was added. MAC Makeup was used for this Christmas Photo Shoot 2016.
Goldwell Hair Color Gloss and MAC Makeup 2017
This model wish to have several inches taken off her length.
And she also wanted to add shine to her natural hair color which is a darkest brown. I added a Goldwell Colorance Glaze
to the hair to promote shine and make sure she has even coverage. The hair was trimed and set in loose waves. MAC Make Makeup
was used for this Photo Shoot 2017.
Brunette Hair Color With Soft Foil Highlights
On this model we used Artego
level 5 Brown hair color. And also added a touch of Soft Beige highlights to the hair color application. A Redken Shades EQ
color gloss was added to provide sheen for her Photo Shoot. Mac Makeup was used for this model.
Medium Brown Hair Color 100% Grey 2016
This model has 100% grey hair. Goldwell Hair Color level 5nn was
used for this coloring process along with a few well placed Red Amber foils. MAC Makeup was used for this models Photo-Shoot.