Color correction most commonly means either toning out unwanted color pigments, dying your hair darker, or lightening your hair even more to achieve the desired effect.
A pre-session appointment is needed to go through the detailed history of your hair. If the damage is minor, the hair is usually easy to fix with a quick dye job. However, if your hair is already dry and brittle from excess bleaching, you might need multiple sessions, spread out over several weeks or months to get the color right, leaving your hair rest and recuperate in between sessions. To
maintain or regain the healthy and shiny hair is unfortunately time and money consuming project that should be understood before going into it.
Ways to do it
Your hair is not just one color you see, there are many undertones such as red, orange and yellow pigments and their variations combine to make your hair the color you see.
Uncombining these organic or artificial color pigments by bleaching can be time consuming process, that needs a lot of work and patience, since the hair cannot be bleached too heavily at one sitting. How much lighter the hair gets depends on a great deal of multiple factors.
It is advised to bleach the hair gradually and carefully, since the bleach can strip your hair of essential proteins and nutrients, and repeated exposure can be damaging. We highly recommend products that repair the polypeptide chains inside your hair, like Olaplex or K-18 to be used with any of our bleaching services.
By color and toner
Hair toner is used to adjust the shade of hair color by removing unwanted color pigments, such as orange and yellow, by using the complementary colors of the color wheel, such as blue and violet. Often the least damaging and the easiest color correction for bleached hair is to dye it darker. Overprocessed bleaching results will be corrected by inserting the hair with a big molecule color pigments such as yellow and/or orange to prevent the color fade and muddy or greenish results. The second color session on top of this process will provide the outcome with depth and shine.