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I will be quite excited when I'm ready to learn how to fix this on my own and for now, I need some help please.  

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First, add a Channel Mixer adjustment layer.  Go to "Output Channel: Blue" and change the numbers from 0, 0, +100, 0 to 0, +100, 0, -7.  (Make sure you get the order exactly right).  Then mask to the area inside the glasses.

Then add a new blank layer above that.  Choose your Clone Tool and make sure it's set to "Sample: Current & Below" in the Options Bar.  Carefully clone over the remaining problem areas.

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😬 I think I did it.  I assume when I get to levels, that's where I will learn to come to those values myself? 

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ugh, i see it still looks purply here.  maybe i needed to go harder with the brush.

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Use a 100% brush.

No, channel mixer is taught in the channel mixer class of course, not levels.

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