What is a Corrective Color?
Have you ever been told that you will need a corrective color color removal or correction in order to achieve the color you want? But what exactly does that mean? What is the process and what does it entail?
Every color situation is different and every color correction can be extremely complex, but to keep it general, there are two types of color correction to natural or artificial color in order to prep hair for the final result.
The first type of color correction is making dark color much lighter and the other is the opposite; making a light color much darker. Both may entail multiple color services, sometimes done all in one day and sometimes done over a several periods in order to keep the integrity of the hair. If hair has been colored dark and a much lighter color all over is desired, the hair may need to be “color cleansed” one or more times, followed by color again to achieve a nice tone.
It is also important to remember all colors/products that has been applied to the hair in order to select the correct treatment for a successful color application.
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Melinda services two cities in the Los Angeles area; Arcadia and Long Beach. Arcadia is located 13 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. It is at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains in the city of Arcadia. It’s bordered cities are Pasadena, Sierra Madre, El Monte, San Marino, Monrovia and Temple City. Long Beach is located 22 miles south of downtown Los Angeles.
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