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BOX COLOR: NOT EVEN ONCE!

 

 

Here's an experiment I did a week ago, showing you that box color doesn't always do what it says it will do. Since box color is a universal product it says it will work for everyone, but what it doesn't state is that everyone has different outcomes because everyone's hair is different. I do understand that some clients have gotten the exact same outcome of the lady on the box, but how did your hair feel afterwords?  I bet 8 times out of 10 your hair felt like straw or hay, especially after using the blonde.

SO PLEASE!

Just do yourself a favor and stay away from the box color. Come to me and let me do what I am here to do for you. 

What is a color correction, and why does it cost so much?

In the hair industry, there are many different kinds of color corrections, here are just two of them.

The first type of color correction is making your dark hair color much lighter.

Have you ever gone to the salon and asked to go blonde after you've colored your hair with box color more than 4 times? It is not as easy as it sounds. Your hair would need to be "color cleansed" more than once, and then after you get the desired level, we would need to put on another color for the desired tone.

The second would be making lighter hair darker.

If you have very light hair and your wanting to go darker, We would need to fill your hair since the blonde has no pigment, and then put the desired tone on top. Have you ever put a dark color on your hair and then a few days later you wash it and it falls right out? Its because your hair doesn't have any warm pigments to hold onto that darker color.

Some color corrections are much easier than others and may take a whole day or several weeks to accomplish. Typically a color correction can be very costly, time consuming, and can be very damaging to your hair.  

So why are you paying $100.00 an hour for a color correction? 

When doing a color correction, I am using ounces and ounces of color to get you to the look you want. I find that most people want to go from a dark color to a light color. This takes some time and most people think its just throwing bleach on your hair and calling it good. Well, its not.  When applying bleach to your hair, it produces pigments that are distributed throughout your hair follicle. Have you noticed that your hair has to pass colors such as red, orange, yellow, and then pale yellow? Not leaving the bleach on long enough can cause unwanted tones. Not to mention, having to tone with the right colors to get rid of brassy tones, green tones, red tones, etc. is a huge step in the color correction.

So before you decide to take matters into your own hands, you might make things even worse.  Let me help you get to your desired look the right way. Take a look at these photos of one my clients after she tried lightening her hair herself. 

This is a Color Correction i have done. My client put a color extracting product on her hair and then put on bleach. You can see that her roots turned yellow, her mid shaft turned brown, and her ends turned yellow. The reason her roots turned yellow is simply because she had no color on it. The mid-shaft had color on it which made it harder for it to pull out. This photo was the first time she came in to get it fixed. I had to bleach her out and then tone her. She has been coming back to get closer to her desired tone which is silver.

This is a Color Correction i have done. My client put a color extracting product on her hair and then put on bleach. You can see that her roots turned yellow, her mid shaft turned brown, and her ends turned yellow. The reason her roots turned yellow is simply because she had no color on it. The mid-shaft had color on it which made it harder for it to pull out. This photo was the first time she came in to get it fixed. I had to bleach her out and then tone her. She has been coming back to get closer to her desired tone which is silver.

After 4 1/2 months, we finally got her to a silver tone! It took some time, But her hair thanks her for it. 

After 4 1/2 months, we finally got her to a silver tone! It took some time, But her hair thanks her for it.