Deposits color on the hair strand without penetrating it. The color formulation is ammonia free but can only darken the hair color. Approximately lasts up to 24 shampoos.
Less permanent than the demi-permanent color process, this formulation also deposits color on the hair strand without penetrating it. The color formulation is ammonia free but can only darken the hair color. Approximately lasts up to 12 shampoos.
This process permanently changes the color of your hair. The formulation contains ingredients that allow the color to be permanently deposited within the hair strand and it also has the ability to lighten the natural hair color.
Glossing/ glazing applies a semi-permanent color to your hair to add shine or pigment to complement the natural hair color. Gloss or glaze nees to be reapplied every few weeks.
Darkening of strands of hair using pigments that are darker than the hair's natural color giving it depth and dimension.
Lightening of strands of hair to a color lighter than the hair's natural color giving it depth and dimension.
1-Step color process
Color is applied all over to create a new base color in one easy step.
Usually done when the hair is to be lightened by more than two shades. The first step involves bleaching the hair to remove the natural pigments followed by a step to deposit the new color to create the desired shade.
This is basically the 2-step process followed by an additional step to add lowlights and highlights.
What is Balayage?
A technique for highlighting hair to achieve a more natural looking gradient of colors for less noticeable re-growth lines
What is a keratin treatment?
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