LOVE YOUR COLOR


HIGHLIGHTING

This term refers to lightening certain parts of the hair so that it is lighter than the hair it lays against. This adds contrast and dimension. It's not just blondes who benefit from this technique, but any hair color can achieve this look.

There are many types of highlighting technique that determine the size of the highlights, the level of contrast, tone as well as how they are placed. With so many options, pricing can vary and you and your stylist can come up with a good plan to fit your needs & budget.

Partial Highlights: This placement is concentrated on the crown of the head and are usually placed around the face for a framing or brightening effect.
Full Highlights: This placement consists of the not only the crown, but the full head including the back.
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ALL OVER COLOR + RETOUCH COLOR

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Balayage + Ombre

Instagram is full of this trendy and beautiful color technique that gives you that lived in look. Here are the main differences between the two so that you can decide which is the best for you.

Balayage is a French word, which means "to sweep" referring to the way the stylist applies the color. This gives a natural transition from the dark to light. With this technique, the transition is more natural and gives a "sun kissed" look to your hair.
Ombré means "shadow" in French. This transition from a darker shade to a lighter shade is generally less subtle than the balayage technique. Think of color blocking where there are no dark pieces left on the bottom for a more dramatic effect. Ombré is usually a little more maintenance than balayage, so keep that in mind.

Fashion Colors

This latest trend basically means coloring your hair with non-natural colors such as blues, violets, greens and even pastels. This is an incredibly complex service and may need several visits to achieve your desired hue. An extensive consultation with your stylist is necessary so that you get what you are envisioning. 

Corrective Color

For those that have had an unfortunate experience with box or non-Aveda color, our corrective service will get you back to where you want to be. Keep in mind this will require a complete consultation and planning session between you and your stylist. You could be requiring several visits to achieve your desired look.

 

Pricing will be quoted upon consultation.