Color technique in which a darker shade is applied directly to the roots giving a soft, seamless contrast. It’s a great way to refresh your look, giving your hair color depth and dimension.
Color performed before or after highlights and | or hair painting services have been shampooed out. A root shade (either a demi or semi-permanent color) is applied at the root area blending the root color where the highlights and | or hair painting meet your natural hair, usually a shade lighter than your natural color allowing for a softer grow out.
A color melt is a technique where the colors applied blend so flawlessly that it creates a gradient effect where you are unable to determine exactly where each starts and stops. A color melt can be done in several ways such as over highlights to create this blend or can be done with different colors on natural hair.
Babylights are the most natural form of highlighting, micro foils created by using 1/8 inch sections creating soft brightness and maximum blending.
Face framing hair painting applied around the face, it’s a great way to add more brightness around the face while accentuating both the hair color and facial features, creating a beautiful dimensional effect.
A partial hair painting applies to just the sides, top and crown of head only, so the underneath layers remain a solid color. Partial hair painting is your go-to for softer regrowth and a sun-kissed effect.
Hair painting, also known as balayage, is the process of free hand or ‘sweeping’, as in to sweep on a hair lightener to create highlights. Hand painting and | or Balayage is the technique of free-hand painting highlights onto the hair, creating a soft and natural gradation of lightness towards the ends. The result is the look of summer spent at the beach, or the fresh, unintentionally perfect highlights on a child. This natural-looking highlighting technique is not just for blondes, but is actually used on all shades of hair to add soft, sun-kissed dimension.
A platinum card consists of every hair in a foil in 1/8 inch sections. This is ideal for those who want to go from dark to light as quickly as possible, or for the blonde who has more than ½ inch of regrowth.
Best achieved on very pale blonde hair, limited to 5 foils, a technique where sections and panels of the hair are isolated to create contrast almost giving a waterfall effect. Create using vivid and pastel shades.
Lightened hues of color such as red, purple, green, orange, yellow or blue. Pastel tones of color are best achieved when applied to very pale blonde hair to create pink, lavender, and mint green tones.
Color retouch 1/2 inch of regrowth, providing up to 100% grey coverage. Elumen color is a permanent direct dye, which is non-oxidative, and ammonia free, achieving incredible shine and lasting results.
All over color from scalp to ends. Elumen is a direct-pigmented color that illuminates the hair inside out like never before. The outcome is intense and brilliant color with magnificent shine. Does not contain peroxide or ammonia.