Are you hiding away at home, not wanting to make an appearance due to botched up hair?
The feeling of complete powerlessness is overwhelming when you have a total colour disaster. It’s scary as anything, and hard to know what to do and who to turn to in these times of distress.
A colour corrective service is the process of correcting unwanted colour work in your hair. From removing or neutralizing unwanted colour tones, to going more than 2 shades lighter or darker, to rectifying a complete colour catastrophe.
A trusted expert colourist, such as the team at Beautify Hair Design, will have you wanting to flaunt your beautiful self with confidence, instead of trying to stay out of sight.
In this article we will be sharing what colour correction is, 6 things you need to know when considering a colour correction service, why does your hair go warm
when lightning, why your colour isn’t staying in your hair when going darker and your colour correction journey at Beautify.
When your hair looks great, you feel great, right?
Whether you’ve got blorange hair, unwanted tones, splotches from bleeding foils, a homebre’ instead of an ombre’, a colour correction is what you’ll need to get your hair from drab to fab.
Each colour correction service differs and the result will be influenced by the following:
When going lighter
If you come into the salon with black box dyed hair, and want to go white blonde in one session, it isn’t going to happen.
Artificial pigments from hair colour, compared to natural pigments in virgin hair, can be a lot more challenging to remove.Even more so, the pigments from a home box hair dye can be the most challenging to remove.
Why? Hair has underlying pigments which get exposed when lightening. These are broken down into 3 colours, red, orange and yellow,
The underlying pigments lift in stages, and the colour revealed directly after lightening will be depending on what level of depth your hair has been lightened too.
For example, when lifting your hair to a level 4, you will see red.
Please see the diagram below, the exposed underlying pigment colour is mentioned under each level of hair.
When going darker
Have you ever tried going a darker colour, and it just hasn’t turned out?
It looks faded, murky,has unwanted tones and it’s just been coloured! It’s so disappointing when this happens, isn’t it?
Things to consider:
The steps we take to help make you feel fabulous:
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Are you looking for the best hair salon in colour correction so that you can have the hair colour you’ve been dreaming of having? Book in for a complimentary consultation today with a Beautify expert hair colourist.
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