Haircare Advice, Haircolor Advice

Hair Color Before And After Part Two

Two weeks ago I made a blog on my model who is having hair color correction. The other day we went to work on the hair by adding low lights to the hair color to start giving it a fall color and added dimension. Which it lacked.  We added low lights to the hair which was in the level seven family and also added a ash color to complement it. We have finally cancelled out all of the yellow in her hair. The next appointment will be for highlights. To soften the dark root color.  I gave the client a bottle of Frost hair color toner to use every week. This will keep her hair color on mark and will stop all fading of it also.

This toner is used for pre-lightened hair. It’s a great hair product that won’t damage your hair! It actually restores the pH balance of your hair and makes it oh so soft. It improves the quality and shine of your hair while soothing your scalp all at the same time!!

Haircolor Advice

Hair Color Before And After Joseph Kellner

Hair coloring is a ART!. And there comes a time when the client wants a hair color but should be talked out of it. Because of the condition of the hair or the base color is too dark for the clients hair coloring choice.  My client is a model and has a base color of a level 4-5. She had a balayage hair color that took her up to a level 9-10.  Which faded out to some very strong brassy tones. Which was why the hair color was not applied evenly and not given the proper timing for lift. Below is a photo of the original color.

My Client received low-lites to create some cool dimension. And also to rid the hair of the yellow cast and orange banding on the root. The color choices were 10.1 + 9.01 10 volume balayaged and finished with a violet toner processed for 35 minutes. Hair was also trimmed to relieve it of all split ends.

The above photograph is the finished product.