COLOR, HIGHLIGHTS, BALAYAGE
The option of permanent color is always good for grey coverage. The choice of color can be dramatic or subtle change with permanent color, but it will change the natural pigment of your hair and lasts longer than semi-permanent color. Also keep in mind that as your hair grows out, you’ll need to color your roots to match the rest of your hair.
A semi-permanent color contains no ammonia and deposits only. It does not require mixing with a developer and lasts up to 12 shampoos. This type of color is used to blend gray or enhance natural color and it’s safe for immediate use after a relaxer or perm service.
Demi-permanent color contains no ammonia and deposits only. It is mixed with a low-volume developer to help open the cuticle and lasts up to 24 shampoos. This type of color is great for blending gray, enhancing natural color, refreshing color, toning highlights, or for corrective work
This color service is done to achieve a lightening effect to specific areas of the hair. It is done by applying color to the hair using specific color pattern techniques with the utmost precision. This type of highlighting can be used to create either dramatic or subtle effects.
This salon service is done when hair is lacking depth or it is used to achieve darker shades within the hair without committing to an overall dark hair color.
Often referred to as "Multi-Dimensional" this adds more than one color to the hair. This is done to add style, depth and dimension to any hairstyle. The placement can be done to make the hair color appear either more natural or more dramatic.
Often referred to as "Mini Foil", is a small quantity of foils strategically placed into the design of the hair cut to achieve accents to particular areas of the hair cut. These accents can be made to be subtle or bold and dramatic.
Balayage is a French word meaning to sweep or to paint. It allows for a sun-kissed natural looking hair color with softer, less noticeable regrowth lines. The balayage application is used to create many different looks including sombre and ombre.
"Soft Ombre". The deeper hue of the roots softly blends through to the lighter ends of the hair, accented with balayage highlights
Ombre is a two toned hair color. Darker shade of roots with lighter ends
Glossing is a very gentle way to add tint, shine, vibrancy and body to your hair without making any drastic changes to your natural hair color. Hair glossing adds immense shine and ultra body to lifeless hair while enhancing your natural hair color with subtle vibrancy