*All figures are starting price points and can fluctuate upwards depending on the time, length and product used for the service
Full Highlight - Highlighting hair means isolating select strands in the hair and treating them with a hair color or lightener to make them lighter than their base/natural color.
Partial Highlight - Partial highlights are only in sections, usually placed around the face to give off a brighter, face-framing look.
Retouch.- A retouch is when a stylist applies a single color to your root area where the natural hair growth starts. This is the only place hair color is applied during a color retouch. Great for covering greys.
Balayage (Full Freehand Paint) - Highlighting technique that doesn't use foils. Instead, your hair colorist will hand-paint color directly onto your hair, creating more natural, blended, sun-kissed color.
Low Light - Lowlights are dark pieces that are woven into the hair that introduce more contrast, generally used as a quick-fix for solid hair color from over highlighting
Ombre - Ombre is the blending of one color hue to another, usually moving tints and shades from light to dark
Color Correction - Color correction involves either toning out unwanted brassiness, dying your hair darker, or lightening your hair even more to achieve the desired effect
Base Bump - The stylist applies an all over base color at your roots in addition to your highlights. It is similar to a root smudge, but with a lighter color instead of a darker tone. Adding a base bump instantly brightens any color.
Full Bleach - Chemical hair dye technique that strips the color of your hair strands. Bleaching begins with an alkaline agent that opens up the hair cuticle.
Color - Stylist will apply one color from roots to ends.