Temperature and Tint
If you want more control over the exact makeup of your white balance, then fear not, because Lightroom has a couple of great manual white balance options that you can use to tweak the color balance of your images. You can use one, or a combination of both to get the look you really want.
The temperature and tint sliders sit at the top of the Basic adjustment palette, and can be slid from left to right to affect the white balance in your image, as shown in the image to the right.
The temperature slider affects the warmth of your picture. Sliding it to the left makes your image cooler and more blue, while sliding it to the right adds warmth and more reds and yellows. If you are working with RAW files, the temperature slider will display a kelvin white balance value, but with other formats, the scale goes from -100 to +100.
The tint slider affects the overall color cast of your image. Sliding it to the left will give a green tint to your image, while going to the right introduces a magenta tint.