Retouch Single Process

Regrowth less than 1 inch. When your previously colored hair has grown out. We color the grown out portion to match your previous

Grey Hair

Is more difficult to color than regular hair due to it’s non pigment. Special formulas are created to make sure it covers your grey away.

Full Color Change (single-process)

A full color change is when we change the color of your hair entirely. This process means full color change means that we are able to change the color to your desired hair color in one application.


Bleaching is the process by which the color pigment in your hair is removed and the color is significantly lighten. The end results will be lighter than what we can achieve by using color alone.

Face Framing HiLites

place 10 customized high-lights or low-lights around your face


Highlights are a process in which we apply color or bleach to create brighter colored highlights in your hair with foils.


Lowlights are similar to highlights, except that the color of the highlights is darker. You can choose to change the width and color of your lowlight as well and create depth, movement, and accents. Lowlights can also be in conjunction with highlights to create a multifaceted look.

Double process is to lighten dark hair to the lightest blonde plus a toner to desired blonde.
Gloss- Topcoat for the hair adding lots of shine plus helps color last longer.
Toners- neutralizes brassy yellow and orange tones on bleached hair.

Fashion Hair Color

Direct-dye color that allows artists to create fashion pop color on bleach out hair

Baby Lights

Baby lights are super subtle and delicate highlights created using a technique that mimics the subtle, dimensional hair color seen on children’s hair. Hence “baby”lights. This look is very natural looking and creates the ultimate sun-kissed expression on the hair. The result is subtle but beautiful and amazing for blonde on blonde dimension!


Foilyage is another new trend. The process essentially combines the way balayage is painted and the vibrancy that foils achieves with the color. This technique is essentially the upgraded version on balayage and a saving grace for dark hair since it incorporates foil (meaning you get more lift).


The two are very similar, but there are very obvious distinctions between the two! The word “Balayage” comes from another French word meaning “to sweep”. Now, if you have ever seen someone get a balayage in the salon, this probably makes sense to you. When applying the color for a balayage, you sweep the color through small triangle sections of the hair onto a board or foil, giving it the natural transition down into the lighter color. In Balayage, there are dark pieces left on the bottom to create dimension and a more natural look. This technique looks like natural sun-kissed highlights throughout the hair. The transition is more natural and it is less maintenance than an ombre.


The word ombre comes from the French word “shadow”. Ombre is the actual style. It is the transition of a lighter shade from a darker shade. Generally, ombres work best on brunettes because it is the least subtle of all the techniques, a sombre is what we would see on blondes. That technique is more subtle, hence the word sombre. Ombre is great for the more daring girl, it is definitely more noticeable and typically more maintenance. Ombre is kind of like color blocking, there are no dark pieces left on the bottom to help keep it natural, just a nice transition between the colors.

Hair Painting

Hair Painting is a huge trend right now with some of the more artistic stylists. With this technique, the hair is painted freely, by hand and usually with an actual paint brush. The lightener or color is usually not placed in any specific pattern but where it should be seen. The hard part about hair painting, is the stylist must have a super trained (or natural) eye for this kind of thing. This technique creates natural-looking and softer tones.

Color Formulation Policy

It is our policy that we do not distribute color formulations due to the intricacies involved: such as the application technique playing a major role, formula adjustments per visit based on current hair condition, various color lines having inconsistent level conversions and more. We want to protect our guests so that they maintain their healthy hair, and ensure that they will be receiving the same custom treatment each time – that is not guaranteed to translate from one stylist’s unique system to another’s. The best hair colorists will be able to assess your color goals, and using their preferred techniques and color-line knowledge, design a custom process just for your current needs. We are grateful to have served you and that you keep being “colorful!”