We have Director & Master stylists in expert color training and certification that can fix any color done incorrectly. Color correction consists of going from black or dark to chestnut brown, chestnut brown to blond, correcting orange unwanted tones or from blonde to dark hair. Some color removal process is on as needed basis like going back to gray or silver hair, or wanting to not color any more and seeing your natural color. Sometimes all you need is a toner to correct unwanted tones, sometimes more is needed.. Have one of our certified color director or master stylists consult with you on correcting the unwanted colors in your hair. Consultations are a great way to meet the stylist and gain some answers that you may have about your hair.
COLOR REMOVAL AND CORRECTION
Roots grow out and hair color fades with time. Sometimes we’re just tired of our hair color and want to get back to natural, but sometimes we’re met with a hair color calamity. Whatever our reasons for hair color removal, where there’s a will, today there is a way to return to normal hair color.
Sometimes the road seems impossible to get there and you don't want to look like half grown out color. There is a way to do color blending, or highlights to lighten the base. Sometimes we do the opposite and do lowlights. Whatever it may be there is a way.
First, if your hair color is over three days old, chances are you won’t be able to remove it with out doing some kind of remover, or high cleansing shampoo to lighten the base. Your best option is to find a professional skilled like a Director or Master stylist that knows color in different hair coloring techniques. Besides highlighting drab hair colors, your stylist can darken too-light hair colors and offset hair color mistakes.
If you’ve experienced a hair color catastrophe in the last day or two, if you’re prompt, the damage can probably either be minimized or completely reversed. Generally, hair color takes from 48 to 72 hours to set into the cuticle. However, because this window is so brief, before you begin experimenting with hair color removal, consult with a professional stylist always. If the person sounds to unsure or young, your best bet is to go in and see a Director or Master color specialist and get a consultation first. Meet them until you gain the perspective that they know what they are doing.
- Even if your hair color problems are self-inflicted, good professionals are usually familiar with consumer hair products and are best equipped to use the right hair color removal methods. Depending on the product you used and the severity of the problem, your stylist can remove, offset, or blend hair colors to repair the damage pretty easy. Sometimes it just needs a special kind of shampoo that has clarifiers and require the professional touch of another additive to remove the color that is gentle and just removes the unwanted tones. We have that special shampoo we call the "Secret Sauce du Alicia". Very conditioning and doesn't harm your hair.
- If your stylist made the mistake, she knows exactly what product she used and has a better idea than anyone else as to what went wrong. Most professionals will do everything they can to keep your business and their good reputation. No stylist wants to be known as “the one who turned Judy’s hair green”!
- Unless you caused the problem, most professionals will make corrections at no extra cost. Just be sure to ask if they’ll “make it right” before you make an appointment for hair color removal. If they expect to impose an additional charge, you’ll be able to choose another option.