Hair Colors, Foils & Hightlights
This service is preformed when, you have all over base color, and want it a lighter shade without using highlights. A color cleanse will be applied to remove the old unwanted color, due to artificial hair color cannot be removed without using some sort of color remover. Consultation needed for accurate pricing.
Root To End
Currently blonde and want those amazing copper and chocolate tones for fall? This will help you achieve that fresh new look for the upcoming seasons. One all over color to get that beautiful red carpet look. Prices start at $80.
This method involves placing hair tint on the regrowth of the hair; a retouch will cover all grey hair. You can also make new growth hair a lighter or darker shade- this service usually lasts 3-5 weeks. You can add foils to this service to give the hair more dimension and depth. Prices start at $65.
A gloss treatment, also referred to as a color glaze or a glaze treatment, gives your hair shine, boosts dull and lifeless hair and helps smooth fly-a-ways. Prices start at $80.
Balayage has been around for a while, but this timeless technique is creeping its way back into being one of the most popular hair color requests in salons today. The word “Balayage” comes from a French word meaning “to sweep”.
This freehand technique allows for a natural sun-kissed look. When applying the color, your stylist will sweep the color through a small triangle sections, giving it the natural transition down into the lighter color. In Balayage, there are dark pieces left on the bottom to create dimension. Consultation is needed for pricing.
Partial & Full Foil
OK, you know what type of highlights you want, now how much? Here is where the terms “Full” and “Partial” come into play. Partial highlights are usually placed, around the face, for a brightening or framing effect, while a full foil gets you just that, your full head highlighted. Partial foil starts at $95 and full foil starts at $105.
Special Effects High or Low Light
“Highlights” is a general term that refers to strands of hair that are lighter than the base color they’re being laid upon. It’s commonly believed that a highlight is blonde, but actually a highlight only refers to a color that’s not as dark as the base strands.
The size of the highlights, the level of lightness, the tone, and the placement are all left up to the colorist — after you’ve communicated the look you’re going for, of course. Highlights aren’t a one-size-fits-all, and neither is the way they are administered. Moreover, the type of highlight depends on a number of things: the look you want, the kind of hair you have, how blonde you wish to go.
A rundown of the three main types of highlighting techniques, plus an explanation of lowlights, may help you decide what to ask for at your next color appointment.
This is typically used when lightening hair by more than two shades. First the hair is bleached to remove natural or colored hair pigments, and then pigment is added into the hair to create the desired shade. Pricing starts at $115.