Color Correction Hair Solutions
Unsatisfied with your recent color service? Whether you tried to use at-home dyes or visited a stylist who just didn’t get it right, so much can go wrong along the way. The good news is that there is a way to bounce back with color correction hair.
What Is Color Correction Hair?
There’s no single answer to this question because the exact approach depends on the problem and the individual client’s hair. Still, in most cases, you can define color correction as techniques that fix hair when color leads to a result that’s uneven, too light, too dark, too warm or too cool.
Color correction hair may also be used to address damage without stripping away tone or shade along the way. This is a common need for people who lighten often or use at-home drugstore products, which can be too strong or too weak.
When to Schedule a Color Correction Consultation
Most people can come into the salon safely at around one week after their original failed color process. But ultimately, the answer to this question depends on the overall health of your hair. If your hair is extremely healthy, you may be able to come in right away. If you have a lot of damage, you may need to go through several repair sessions and deep conditioning treatments first.
There can be differences in the risk profile for people based on hair type and how often you process, too. Someone who has virgin hair that has only ever been dyed once will naturally retain more resilience than someone who bleaches often.
Some over the counter products may also need to be stripped out before additional lightening or processing can occur. For example, hair can become excessively hot and damaged or even begin to melt when applying bleach over metallic box dyes.
Elena starts every session with a consultation – this ensures your safety and the health of your hair at every step of the way. It’s just one of the many ways she works hard to earn your confidence and your trust.