Here is Chrissy doing Brielle Bierman’s hair after she had it colored from another stylist. After posting these photos she probably had the most requests for formula and also new client calls. We were excited to be able to film the process and then share it with everyone here only on Haircation. Doing color corrections has been HUGE for us at Habit. You need to always remember a few things when doing a color correction: 1) Charge what you are worth. In our salon we charge around $250 an hour. 2) It’s good to remind your client what a color correction is, why it takes more time, more skill and more patience on their part – education is the key. 3) If their next appointment will be less work and less money it is good to let them know this…if not they might assume the next appointment will be the same cost and time requirement. Lastly, whenever doing a color correction we try to emphasize patience. Our goal is to get them closer to their goal photo while maintaining the health of the hair. We always use the phrase (between ourselves at Habit) “Underpromise and Overdeliver”.
Enjoy the video!