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Color

From adding shine to high fashion tones, enhance your hair with these color choices.

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Semi-Permanent

Semi-permanent color lays on top of the hair to add shine and tone which rinses out in 4-6 weeks. This color is perfect for those who want to add shine or a temporary tone without affecting their natural hair color permanantly.

Demi-Permanent

Demi-permanent color slightly penetrates the hair to add shine, tone and conceal grey hair.The color fades in 6-8 weeks. Demi-permanents color is used to enhance or darken hair without having to commit to a shade permanently. It is perfect to blend away greys, cover up high lights and and deepen natural shades.

Permanent color

Permanent color penetrates the hair for long lasting tone and full grey coverage. We use low and ammonia free color lines to keep your hair in optimal health. 

Balayage is a hair coloring technique which is designed to create very natural-looking highlights which grow out without developing a noticeable and obvious root. When hair is colored with the balayage process, the highlights are painted on by hand in a sweeping motion which moves from the base to the tip of the hair.Performing balayage is time consuming, and it requires a good eye and a very steady hand. However, many people feel that the end result is worth it. Unlike foiled highlights, hair which has been subjected to balayage simply looks like it has been out in the sun. The highlights can be subtle or more intense, depending on the desires of the client, and balayage isn’t just for blondes: it can also be applied to brunette and red hair.

This coloring technique emerged in Paris in the 1970s; the word “balayage” is French for “to sweep,” a reference to the way in which the color is applied. After crossing the pond to the United States, balayage became extremely popular in the late 1990s. Many stars and models use balayage on their hair.

 

The hair effect “Ombre” literally means shadow in French, which refers to the dark-to-light fade of color that is used in the technique. Instead of color that starts at the root, darker roots blend into a lightened mid-shaft and end.

This look means longer time between visits because it’s so natural-looking. There’s no color line of demarcation at your roots.

The term was taken from the fashion world, where the ombre style of diffusing color is used for fabric, and is most often seen in kimonos.

Ombre can be either soft and subtle or be more progressive and dramatic. Either way, the shot of lightness adds a youthful look to hair, as strands naturally lighten under the sun further down the shaft from the root.

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