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This is one of the most common color treatments. This color treatment is simple and much quicker than other treatments, so you won't be sitting in the hair salon all day. The color is applied all over the hair.
P.S. - It is wonderful for covering grays and adding shininess to dull hair.
Ombre or Balayage
These are treatments that are by far the most popular! Ombre is the "style" and balayage is the "technique." Ombre is the transition of a darker shade to a lighter shade and works best on brunettes or darker. Much like color blocking, there are no dark pieces left on bottom to create a nice transition from root to end. While this is a very beautiful look, it must be done right! A bad ombre can make all the difference, so DO NOT try this at home.
Balayage and ombre often get confused, but if you watch the two treatments they are completely different. Balayage is applied with a sweeping or painting motion over the hair onto foil, giving it the natural transition of dark to light. There are some darker pieces left on bottom to create dimension and a more natural look than ombre. Balayage is less maintenance than an ombre and gives a sun-kissed look!
Partial highlights are usually placed around the face for brightening or framing. With this treatment, most of your natural color peeks through the back and nape of neck. The color will be applied to different sections of your hair, usually the top half and front sides of your hair. If you want subtle highlights placed throughout your hair, this is the treatment for you!
Full highlights wrap all the way around your head. You may think that it is just an epic balayage, but it is actually a full head of highlights. This treatment can dramatically change your hair color. You can go from dark to light without bleaching your hair all together. A full highlight can look as dramatic or as natural as you would like!
This 2-step process is perfect to cover those grays AND add highlights for dimension. The first step is a single color process. So one color is applied to the root or all over. This is the step that will change the color of the hair and/or cover grays. The second step is adding the dimension. This is known as highlighting. A dimensional process gives contrast and you can achieve a soft or dramatic look.
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* You can add a haircut and/or blowdry to all color treatments.