There are many types of color corrections, but the two most common color corrections are making really dark hair much lighter, and making really light hair much darker. Have you ever gone into the salon after you colored your hair with box color and asked to be really REALLY blonde? Getting you to be super blonde after using dark color on your hair is not nearly as easy as you think it is. Many ingredients found in your box color may contain compound dyes, Henna dyes or metallic dyes. Some may even contain corrosive ingredients and may react to professional color in a way that swells the cuticle and chemically burn the hair.
Depending on what is on your hair and what it’s current state is, there are a series of processes your hair will need to go under before your stylist can lift the dark color out In order to get you to the desired level, but it’s not as simple as throwing some bleach on and walking away. After using box dye, your hair will be more prone to damage and most likely will go through exposure of reddish/orange tones, or lift unevenly. (No one wants orange stripes in their hair!) This may take a series of applications And a few appointments. From there a new color must be applied to cancel out any and all unwanted tones in order to achieve your desired color.
After years of Coloring her own hair the damage and unevenness of her color was more than she could bear. That’s when she came in for her color transf