A Single Process creates even, gleaming color from roots to ends, and offers 100% coverage of any and all natural pigments of the hair. Multiple formulations may be used to create balance between root and end shades and dimension can be added through nuanced toning. Please allow at least 90 minutes for a Single Process.
A Single Process should be touched up at the root every four to six weeks, and the ends generally need refreshing every eight to twelve weeks. Please allow at least 90 minutes for a Single Process.
Single Process Retouch
A Single Process should be touched up at the root every four to six weeks. Please allow at least 75 minutes for a Single Process Retouch.
If your hair color is too dark to achieve the color of your dreams with a Single Process, then a Double Process is for you! A Double Process is a two-step process that involves lightening the hair first and then tinting the hair to the desired tone. A Double Process should be touched up every two to four weeks. Please allow at least 105 minutes for a Double Process.
Glosses are less of a commitment than a Single Process, yet still long-lasting…an ideal way to audition a color that is brighter or deeper than your natural tone. Perfect for adding lots of shine to natural color or to Highlights that may have lost their luster due to exposure to the elements. Please allow at least 45 minutes for a Gloss.
With a Partial Highlight, selected sections of the hair are lightened to frame the face, add contrast to the color, or to lend more dimension to the Cut. When a Partial Highlight just isn’t enough, a Full Highlight should do the trick! With a Full Highlight, highlights are generally placed from the hairline to the nape, resulting in a more evenly distributed sprinkling of sparkling color. Highlights should be touched up every ten to twelve weeks. Please allow at least 105 minutes for a Partial Highlight; Full Highlights will require at least 120 minutes.
Wonderland to the rescue! A Color Correction will save your sugar, honey, iced tea if you’ve made a mistake attempting to color your hair at home (Oops!) or if your hair has been made a less than desirable hue by a well intentioned person! A Color Correction may also be needed for guests making a drastic color change and can involve any combination of Single Processes, Double Processes, Partial Highlights and/or Full Highlights.
The price is commensurate with the complexity of the correction, please visit us for a consultation.