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    Hair Color Too Brassy?

    Hair Color Brassy

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    Most hair color mishaps have resolvable options!

    Cindy asks this question:

    I had my hair colored and high lighted at a reputable salon however; my hair is WAY too orange. I called and went back in and they put a toner on my hair. It is still orange and I hate the color. Is there anything else I can do? Please help me!

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    With the information you have given me there are two options you can try. The first option and I think best solution, is to have foils put in your hair. I would suggest doing a high light with a low light to blend the hair color out. A full foil will be enough to blend out the orange color while maintaining a low maintenance hair color.

    Plus, it is that time of year where typically you want to warm your hair color for the winter season. Then your next time around for hair color, you could chose to do just high lights for the spring season. Your other option I see would be to do an all over hair color. If you chose this option, you would need to go a few shades darker in order to cover the orange in the hair. This could however be a fun option for something new and again darker for the winter months.

    The next time you get your hair colored, you could do foils to ease into a more low maintenance hair color.

    Don’t be afraid to call the salon yet again and let them know you are still not happy. You could request their top colorist to assist you with your service and color your hair the way you had envisioned.

    If you are not comfortable with trying them for a third time you can politely request reimbursement for the service, so at the very least, you can don’t have to pay again at yet another salon. Mistakes do happen and unfortunately you got the brunt of it. Keep in mind, the salon will have your best interest in mind and will want to work with you in correcting the problem.





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