All figures are starting price points and can fluctuate upwards
depending on the time, length, and product used for the service.
Highlighting hair means isolating select strands in the hair and treating them with hair color or lightener to make them lighter than their base/natural color.*160
Partial highlights are only in sections, usually placed around the face to give off a brighter, face-framing look.*110
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.
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
All Over Color
When a single color is applied from roots to ends.
*105/Short hair *130/Long hair
Corrective coloring when areas of the hair have undesired, uneven tones. the process usually consists of removing unwanted color and then reapplying the desired shade
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.
Chemical hair dye technique strips the hair strands' color. Bleaching begins with an alkaline agent that opens up the hair cuticle.
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.*85
Updo starting at 65
Blowouts starting at 50
Makeup starting at 65
Gift cards available
Waxing services include brows, chin, ears, full face, lip, neck, nose, and sideburns.