Enlighten Hair Color
Foil me!! Love highlights but can’t decide between attention seeking blonde or a little hint of dark. I will help you achieve your desired blonde based of our consultation. Whether we choose sliced, weaved, baby lights or a few lowlights to break away some of your blonde. Choosing the perfect technique for those seeking a little to no maintenance when it comes to your hair color. By learning the different types of lightening techniques it will help you understand what you are actually getting done when coming in for a service.
They can be used to give your hair dimension or accentuate your facial features. Highlights are used for lightening up hair color, they’re the opposite of lowlights which are strands of hair that are dyed darker then the shade you have.
Consist of tiny highlights that resemble the sun-kissed highlights you’d get around your hair as a child. They get their delicate appearance due to the very small amounts of hair placed in each foil.
Babylights are an excellent choice to get done as your ombre/balayage starts growing out.
During a balayage service, which is also a highlight technique I will freehand paint just on the surface of your hair, with lightener or hair color. The result is a soft natural looking sun-kissed look that easily blends in as your hair starts growing longer.
In this hair color technique your root hair color gradually fades into a much lighter hair color at the ends, such as a blonde.
Tip: Balayage is the technique to achieving the ombre end look
Is the softer sister of ombre. With this method, there’s a lower contrast between the hair at the roots and the hair at the ends, for a more seamless blend. Whether you want to keep your original hair color or a caramel, mocha, to create a blur of brunette into blonde.
This is a multi-dimensional hair color that combines somber and balayage techniques and uses a color palette of caramel, golden blondes, and chocolates. Just like the ombre hair color, hair at the roots is slightly darker than your natural color, while hair at the ends is lighter. Then hair painting is used to create different tones in the hair.
Can be done with demi-permanent or a semi-permanent hair color. It is used to eliminate bands and give you a low maintenance look. This is a great option if you are wanting to eliminate a little bit of lightness from the root or help break the band from your new growth and previous highlights/blonde
They are used to eliminate any brassy tones after a lightening service or a follow up to a previous service. Last about 4-10 weeks, for better results its best to not wash your hair on a daily basis and use your purple or blue shampoo.
Purple Shampoo is for Blondes
Blue Shampoo is for Brunettes.
Root touch ups are normally done with permanent hair color to ensure you 100 percent gray full coverage. To color just the growout of your hair and match your existing color.
Single Process Hair Color
Is a wonderful service to get done to add shine and dullness all over your hair in one sitting by lifting and depositing in one easy step, also giving you 100 percent gray coverage. By any means if you are wanting a darker shade or wanting to go a lighter shade.
This service is great if you are wanting to go a couple of shades lighter than what a color can give you. The hair is lightened to remove your natural hair color hair pigments and then a hair color is added into the hair to create the desired shade. This service is also used for bleach touch ups or an allover lightening service that includes lightener and color from root to ends.
Most people understand that a color correction is used to remove any unwanted colors that either came out differently than the desired picture, from a box dye, a previous service they either did at home or from another hairstylist. By getting a color correction done it will cancel out and neutralize any uneven pigments. If we can learn anything from the beautiful Khloe Kardashian, is that blonde takes time and a lot of patience. Keeping the integrity of your hair is my goal at the end of the day. Being realist and giving you the many options there is when getting this service is very important to me. Most of the time after getting a color correction done it will require a follow up appointment of at least 3-4 weeks after getting the service done.