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There are solutions for any bad coloring job. Whatever your problem may be, rest assured knowing that it is in your power to fix it. So if you are trying to correct your wrongdoings by obtaining a natural-looking color, just follow the easy steps described below.

1) Buy and use hair color removers to get rid of too-dark tones

Most people make a big mistake when it comes to correcting a color that is too dark for their complexion: they decide to apply even more color, in a lighter shade. This is not the best approach for a very simple reason—hair color removers won’t bring your natural shade back, but they will help you obtain an orange-brown tone that you may or may not like.

2) Rely on repeated treatments to eliminate orange shades

To fix this nasty problem as soon as possible, you have to carefully inspect your locks. If the bleaching process has made them dry, fragile and prone to breakage, you may want to put your experiments on hold and dye your hair in a slightly darker color to give it a uniform aspect.

3) Use a mirror and color correctors to remove darker color streaks

Sometimes, a DIY coloring job can lead to odd streaks of color that require an immediate fix. Using a fine-tooth comb and a mirror, you can apply a color correcting product to reduce the contrast and obtain a consistent color that actually meets your expectations.

4) Ditch the dye and reverse gray hair with a scientifically proven pill

Catalase supplements represent the most effective anti-gray hair solution for those who wish to rejuvenate their hair from the inside out, and boost their strength and appeal within 3 months.

Good luck and keep up the good work!

 

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Dwayne Thompson, aka “The Barber Ambassador,” is the CEO of The Fade Club LLC, a marketing and promotions company designed to grow the barbering industry through education and brand management. He wears many hats as the founder of The Barber Academy Tour, creator of “The Barbettes,” a term designed to promote female barbers, and the former host of Against the Grain Radio show, the first barber related radio show on Blog Talk Radio. He is a dynamic writer, educator, product broker, consultant and social media expert. He has held several Executive positions with a former barbershop publication and a national health outreach program. Mr. Thompson is also the Founder and Publisher of Tonsorial Times Magazine, “The Official Barbershop Trade Publication” focused on highlighting products, franchises, schools and educators directly connected to the barbering industry. For more information, visit www.tonsorialtimes.com.
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