For a sun-kissed, lived-in, natural looking dimensional color. Balayage is a French word that means to sweep or paint; it's a highlighting technique that gives a really blended, natural look with no harsh or obvious regrowth lines. If you’re going lighter and worried about having stripy color, BALAYAGE (bah-lee-ahge) is a sure way to avoid that harsh contrast between colors.
Babylights are micromini-highlights. They are weaved super thin with smaller gaps left between to create a more natural blend with the base color. They do not necessarily create dramatic dimension and can have a sun-kissed look.
Ombré means to shadow, and it's a seamless gradiation from darker to lighter. Ombré effect is more of a two tone hair color. It is a technique that blends one color hue to another. It is usually darker at the roots and blends into a lighter color or two different colors that shade into each other.
Lowlights involve coloring sections of hair a shade or two darker than your base color. They aim to add depth & dimension especially if you’re looking to tone down overly blonde or highlighted hair, and also work wonders at making your hair look thicker and more voluminous.
Not ready for another lightening service? Is your color looking a little dull and faded? Come in for a toner! On blondes, cooler toner makes the color more silvery and warmer toner makes it more coppery. Toners are not just used for achieving blonde shades, but are also a must for redheads and brunettes.