What are the 2018 Hottest Color Styles and Cuts These Cuts and Styles are what you will see on the Red Carpet this year.
Disruption- Dark colors and pastels work perfectly when combined in groups on three or more onto one panel creating a "disruption" in the color style
High/Low Blondes- Highlights and lowlights combined in natural harmony are the in!
Dimensional Reds- Keeping your base color a level or two darker than the ends of the hair, while adding in two to four various red color formulations at varying levels with the base and end formula will create a very real dimension of the red loving clients.
Strobing- Use color to make a particular area within the hair design "pop". Instead of using color to camouflage a particular area, strobing will use brighter hues to draw attention to an area within the color design similar to spotlight areas in a photo shoot!
Soft Shading- Color design of darker roots melting to softer, lighter ends to a new level by adding lighter pieces in the front of the hairstyle and fringe areas.
Why hair coloring home may not work for you. The challenge with trying to do your own hair color, is that individuals all have different types of hair color and texture. When you purchase a hair color product at the grocery store, the picture on the box may not be how your current hair color looks; because the company has no idea what your base hair color currently is, so they give you some ideas in their directions, but it's a best guess. When you come into a salon, we look at your current hair color, we want to know if you have used hair color before, what is your hair texture, what final color are you looking to have? We need to evaluate all of these options before we can customize a color formula for you. Our stylists are licensed and have years of experience at mixing formulas, and we know what colors will work with your type of hair. There are so many different hair color brands, and options out there, each salon will specialize in only a few select color products. The reason we do that is that, is we need to know how these products work and what they will do, once they are applied to our client's hair. We cannot possibly know all of the products on the market, so we focus on a few different high quality products that we have experience with using. While we know coloring your hair at home can be less expensive; by coming to a professional salon you are paying for our knowledge, as well as the products. Your hair is such an important part of your face, and your overall looks, please take the time to treat it right and visit a professional salon.
What is Corrective Color service? If you are not currently happy with your existing hair color, either because the salon you went to had an inexperienced stylists color your hair, or maybe your hair had a bad chemical reaction to the product they used, or maybe you tried to color your own hair. At our salon, we know these challenges happen every day to good people, so that is why we do offer corrective color services. We will provide you with a free initial consultation, and we may need to test some strands of your hair before we can even offer a solution. We will always be honest with you, and tell you what options you have to correct the problem. Corrective color is a very hard and time consuming process. Only a very experienced Master Colorist can do these services correctly. The cost of the services will be quoted to you during the initial consultation, and the services can run 2 hours or longer. We must ask that you plan for this in your appointment.