Sometimes blonde hair color can turn brassy (or look “orange”) after a few weeks due to factors out of your control. Everything from the minerals in your water to the sun and chlorine can contribute to brassiness over time. If brassiness becomes an issue or the subtle pastel blue you were going for turns out too vibrant, a Shades EQ color correction hair service can be used to neutralize the hair.

“When receiving a color correction service, it’s important to work with a stylist that you trust Be open to the process and trust me. Discuss your expectations openly before the service begins and will work together  on a hair color game plan.”

The time needed to perform a color correction hair service varies due to the specific nature and current condition of each hair type and additional visits may be required depending on how much you want to tone or color-correct the hair.” The condition and health of the hair can also determine how long the effects of the color-corrector can last because as a demi-permanent haircolor, Shades EQ is designed to gradually fade over time.

“It’s important to remember that color correction is a process.”

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