Before we go to correct the hair color, here’s a quick you of the things needed in the process. You would need a good shampoo, conditioner, semi-permanent hair color, and hair highlighting kit. Nicole Hudson uses Olaplex and Bhave and her own bespoke range of range of high-quality, organic hair products with various colors and treatments to ensure that you get as close to perfect colour correction the first time.
To begin with, the first thing you could probably do if attempting to do this at home is to use baking soda to wash your hair, provided that you have to correct the hair because of it being too dark or bright.
Nicole Hudson uses her own organic yoghurt based cleanser to ensure your hair is minimally impacted.
Make a solution of equal height from baking soda and water with shampoo. Then after leaving it for about 10 minutes, rinse with a portion of baking soda and two parts of hot water at a tolerable temperature. This is a very common and popular remedy that has been approved by the salons as well as fade to color the hair.
If this is too difficult then what you can do is use a good shampoo with conditioner and good dandruff protection. Wash your hair more than once while keeping the shampoo for a few minutes before rinsing your hair for a good result.
Now in the situation where you have tried both solutions, and your desperation, still, to deal with the dreadful color, do not think twice, go to Nicole Hudson for a hair color correction consultation.
It is impossible to bring back bleached hair using the method above and long-term damage can be caused to your hair in attempting to do so. It is recommended to consult with a hair specialist but if you insist on trying to remedy the color at home using natural tinting agents like black tea, cocoa or coffee would be the safest. Mix the agent with natural yoghurt and make a thick paste. Mix it with your shampoo and apply it evenly. Let it sit for 5 minutes and rinse. Do this at least three times or until the desired darkening is achieved.