In general terms, you must remember that you have to neutralize a color with its complementary color. In the color wheel, the complementary colors are opposite each other:
Thinking about these characteristics, Softap created the Correction Aid colors:
- Red is neutralized by green
- The blue is neutralized by orange, and
- Purple is neutralized by yellow
- Green: Lime-Aid- It is best for neutralizing red or orange tones.
- Orange: Orange-Aid- This is best for neutralizing a blue or gray color.
- Yellow: Lemon-Help in those cases when your client has multiple colors in her eyebrows.
Note that if the color was reddish, after applying the Lime Aid you should apply a neutral or light cold tone, while if it was bluish or grayish, you should apply a warm tone after the Orange Aid, the same as if the color was purple.
If the color is light, in the same session you can do both the neutralization and the application of the brown color, whereas if it is a dark tone or the texture of the effect is solid, you must apply the correction color, and in one or two more sessions, you may apply the brown tone you want.
You can do one session every 2-3 weeks. I need to emphasize that the technique that should be used for neutralizing colors is shading or microshading, not microblading.
If your client needs to modify the form, that is a subject of correction for an expert. If you have the knowledge and the expertise, go ahead, but if you DO NOT have the knowledge, I recommend that you NOT commit to do the work, remember, your name will be out there and if the result is not good, it will be a negative review for you.
Another recommendation, if the shape is not well designed, do not touch it up because you are enhancing the difference.