Hair Color Correction Tucson
Color Remover |
Wrong Color |
Color Too Light |
Dull Color |
Brassy Color |
Color Too Dark | Bleach |
Top Banana Hair Salon & Barber Shop offers Framesi Hair Color Services,
Including Hair Color Correction &
Eclectic Hair Color
One primary rule of color correction is 1-when you cover
color with color, your new color will always end up darker. There many
different ways to say it: color plus color, color on color, color over color;
but the results will always be the same. Your new hair color will always be
darker than the color you are trying to fix. Do not expect to add color to your already colored hair and have
it come out lighter. It doesn't matter how you say it: Standard Hair Color added to
Standard Hair Color
always goes darker.
Rule #1 is important when: a)
want to stay on the same color level or
b) you want to go to a lighter hair color!
We can use certain products that can help you avoid making your hair a darker
Framesi's 221 Series Color Correcting Hair Color.
Framesi Hair Color All Hair Color services should include time
for a consultation so we can discuss your hair color and help you choose both the
color and the
service that fits your lifestyle needs. We will help you choose from the Framesi
Color Comparison Chart offered in all 4 of the Framesi Hair Color Lines. When doing color correction there may be several options that you have not
considered that we can introduce you to. We will also advise you if your expectations are not realistic or
exceed the ability of the products at our salon or the remaining capacity of
Our first priority is to protect your hair as much as possible,
we correct your hair color.
Whether you just added a new color or decided the color you have had for the
last year is just not right, there are more ways to change, fix up, repair or
enhance your current hair color than you may know.
Color Too Light?
Believe it or not this may be
great news! It's a lot easier on you hair to go darker than to go lighter. In
fact, when we color correct, we would rather come out too light than too dark
because it is easier to fix for both you and your hair.
The fastest temporary answer may be a spray shine product for instant shine and
healthier looking hair.
The right Hair Color Products color shampoo can always brighten your hair color if you want to use
it on a regular basis. The real answer is to use quality color to begin with,
including the right processing time. Then you need to keep your color with the
shampoos, conditioners & protection sprays to lock in color, shine and protect your
hair color from fading. Over the years our Hair Color Clients let us know what
works and what does not. So why experiment yourself when others have already
learned for years of experience, what works and what does not?
Where does brassy hair color come from? Here is
what happens inside your hair: Most colors use peroxide to lift your color and develop the color you want to add.
The warmest, biggest, first-to-be-removed hair color molecule is the blue one,
Blue hides your brassy tones by browning
them out. When the peroxide dissolves your blue molecule, you see your brassy color shining through.
There are 3 ways of dealing with the brassy hair color hiding in everyones hair:
Don't go brassy in the first place! Use a developer that deposits with
minimal to no lift. We have been doing this for years! Men
particularly like this because they loose the grey and look about 10 years
without the brassy hair tones.
Add or PUT BACK or "brown out" blue or ash tones to hide the brassy in your
Ash-based and natural-base hair colors are designed do this. Avoid using hair products that
remove the blue we just
put in your hair, so the brassy stays gone, or
violet color shampoo that keeps replenishing the tones your hair keeps loosing when you
shampoo, like Roffler Silver Shampoo or Biogenol Violights Shampoo.
Take out all the brassy out so (as the song
about "true colors" suggests) here is none left to
come shining through. Remove all the color
from your hair until it goes past the brassy stage and then put back the color you want to see.
When you de-color. or BLEACH hair the color comes out in a specific order. First
the BLUE (reveling the remaining orange in your natural hair color) then in
order, Blue-Violet, the Violet, Red-Violet, Red, Red Orange, Orange (yes
finally that brassy orange comes out). Followed by Yellow-Orange and finally leaving you
with Yellow, then pale yellow, then white (meaning none of your natural color is left
in your hair). The problem
is the more of your natural color you remove, the more damage you do to your hair, and the more
hair care and protection your hair will need.
Color Too Dark?
Remember, color on color, almost always, goes darker. At this point, we have a
couple of options. Framesi 221 Series is a color designed to apply over
your existing color that can make the existing color color go LIGHTER! This is
Some folks come in after coloring their hair to go lighter (but ending up
darker). Then trying again and going even darker!! To fix your hair color
when your color is too dark, one
solution is bleach, another is
Permanent color need not be permanent.
If you are allergic to sulfur this product is NOT for you.
Vanish offers Color Correction without stress or damage.
Vanish gently reduces the size of
color molecules, allowing the color to be washed away, with no damage to the hair.
VANISH™ does not contain peroxide, bleach, or ammonia
(however the last
step requires a 10 volume peroxide)
VANISH™ does not affect the natural color of the hair, so permanent or semi permanent hair color can be applied the same day.
VANISH™ reverses the oxidation of permanent hair color.
This means it takes the large molecule of color that developed (became so big)
inside you hair shaft that it is tuck in there permanently, and reverses the
process so the color molecules once again become small. The small molecules can
then be "washed out" of your hair. Making them small and leaving them inside you
hair (not washing them out) does no good at all because they will once again be
You may re-apply VANISH™ up to 3 times a day
**This process also requires heat from an overhead dryer.
If you need to, we can do additional color correction after removing the color
you no longer want. This will require a strand test to be sure we are not going
too dark. (Your Natural Color + whatever color not washed out after the Vanish
+ any new additional color we add, will give you your end color.)
Vanish will take some colors of black hair and bring them up to a dark brown
in one application. We are limited to 3 applications of Vanish per day.
Bleach: Bleach is a combination of a lifting agent (usually peroxide but sometimes enzymes) and a boosting agent that,
when combined, can go inside your hair shaft and and break down color molecules.
The process can continue
until your eye can no longer any color molecules to inside your hair shaft. If you have already colored you hair
several times in an attempt to correct your color yourself, and your color is
still not right, you must be careful. Each process you have done has weakened
your hair slightly. Several processes may bring the sum of this damage to a high
enough level that it is now significant. The bleaching process may melt off
your already damaged hair before it removes the color. Remember, hair
bleach is designed to remove your natural hair color pigments; now you are
asking it to remove any remaining natural pigment and all of the unwanted
artificial hair color pigments that was added along the way. We do not recommend that
bleaching your hair at home. Hair Bleaching should always be done by a salon
professional to minimize damage to your hair and maximize effectiveness.
When you de-color. or BLEACH hair the color comes out in a
specific order. First the BLUE (reveling the remaining orange in your natural
hair color) then in order,
BLUE | Blue-Violet | Violet | Red-Violet | Red | Red Orange |
Orange (yes finally that brassy orange comes out) | Followed by Yellow-Orange and
finally leaving you with |Yellow | ... then pale yellow, then white (meaning none of
your natural color is left in your hair).