The French word for "swept", balayage is a hand painted lightening technique used to create a soft, lived-in color with a graceful grow-out process.
Balayage is often combined with traditional woven highlights, creating a brighter, bolder dimension.
The process of using lightener to remove pigment from the hair, achieving a lighter shade. Typically a toner is used after a blonding session to refine the color results.
The process of using semi-permanent and/or permanent color to create a dimensional gradient effect from dark to light. This can include ombrés, sombrés, or shadow roots.
The process of tinting the hair a shade outside of the typical color spectrum. This can include metallics, pastels, or vibrant hues. This service can utilize one or many colors, patterns, or applications. Typically done with semi-permanent direct dyes or glazes, creative coloring, in most cases, begins with a pre-lightening service.
Otherwise known as an "all over" color, this service uses a permanent color to deepen the hair to the desired shade. Global coloring is used to take hair to a similar level of color or darker in a one-step process.
A multi-step transformation potentially including pre-lightening, color extraction or filling, tone refining, or a combination of any of the aforementioned services, before achieving the desired result. This process combines the multiple steps required into one, all-encompassing service.
Pricing is determined on an individual basis and is dependent on current hair length, density, color, health, and desired results. Contact for pricing