Hair Cuts & Styling
Women’s Cut & Blow Dry Style
Women’s Cut with Thermal Style (curls or flatiron)
Kid’s Cut (12 & under, w/wash $20)
Wash & Blowdry Style
Thermal Style (hair must be clean & dry)
Bridal Up-Do (trial recommended)
Hair Color & Treatments
Allover Color - root touch up
Allover Color - pull thru to ends
Allover Color w/Mini lites (up to 15 foils)
Allover Color w/Partial highlights
Allover Color w/Full highlights
Mini-Lites (up to 15 foils, 1 color, 1 process)
Additional Colors or Toner
+product - Ombre & Balayage - Consult needed (see pics below)
+product - Corrective Color - Consult needed (see pics below)
** (average time for corrective or balayage/ombre color is 3-5hrs) **
+product - VIVIDS "fashion" color- Consult needed
Glossing Treatment - adds shine, enhance dull/lifeless hair and helps smooth flyaways. Can be done with clear or color gloss.
- COLOR Lock Express Smoothing Treatment - Tired of dull, frizzy hair? Try our Color Lock & Smooth treatment at your next hair color service. With just an extra 20minutes, this keratin treatment will help reduce frizz, lock in color and protect from fading, add shine and extend color vibrancy.
** Keratherapy Smoothing Treatments Lasts 12-16 wk
This treatment is a MUST for anyone looking to dramatically reduce frizz, add shine and repair heat/chemical damage. Collagen, amino acids and keratin proteins are infused into the cuticle of the hair which will smooth and improve hair strength from within.
Why do I need a consult?
Hair is a SCIENCE! Although Pinterest and Google Images
make hair color look simple, it is a very involved process. Communicating before hand allows us to feel
& see the hair, so we can deliver the best results.
What is Corrective Color?
Basically is any color service that requires 2 or more steps to achieve the result you're looking for.
Any time you are wanting to make a drastic change in hair color, (like going from black to blonde, or brown to blue) this is typically considered a corrective color.
Hair Color is like Painting a Wall
- 1st step in painting is to PREP (primer) to remove old color
- 2nd step is to apply the desired color
When it comes to hair, its the same thing! You must first de-color the hair with either Bleach or a Color Stripper to remove the unwanted color (a few applications may be needed). This process can take a while depending on the individual situation.
Look below at some of the color picture examples we have posted for you to reference.
Color prices vary depending on length and thickness of hair