Foil highlighting is the most traditional highlighting method. Its achieved by isolating select strands in the hair and treating them with a haircolor or lightener to make them lighter than the base/natural color.
Baby-fine sections of hair with small amounts of hair in each foil, and little separation between, the highlights blend seamlessly for an overall brighter look. *Lots of foils
Foils placed through out the whole hair.
Consists of 10 foils. Strategically placed to have the most impact with less application time.
Mini Face Framing Highlight
Foils placed around the face for the coveted and trendy "money piece". If you don't need a full highlight every 6-12 week appointment but like to keep the brightness around your face this is a good service to do in between your full highlight sessions.
Balayage is the technique of free-hand painting highlights onto the hair, creating a soft and natural gradation of lightness towards the ends. Low Maintenance color often results in minimal trips to the salon. Usually takes 3 hours. Price increase with longer lengths of hair and amount of bleach that will be used to achieve desired results.
Face Framing Balayage
Painting around the face and hairline to give a pop of brightness. Can be done between full lightening appointments to extend the life of a color or for first timers looking for minimal color.
Virgin Bleach Application
Bleach & Tone
A bleach and tone service involves the process of applying bleach to the entire head. Lifting to a pale yellow and then applying a toner to get the desired undertone. .
Each stylist has their own specific pricing and services offered. You can see these listed under the stylist profile in "Meet your Stylist"