When a new guest comes in and sits in my chair for our consultation one of my first questions is: how have you been coloring your hair? Often I get a slouch back in the chair and a soft voice saying "with a box". I'm here to tell you, its okay!! It's important to know what I'm working with so I can take the proper steps to give you the results you desire. Because I'll tell you what, the process can be very different! Why do stylists always complain about box color? We've all
Grey touch ups in a one hour appointment, even resistant grey. Longer lasting reds and rich browns. Brighter blondes in minimal amounts of time. How is any of this possible? Trionics. My must have - can’t live without - go to product I use behind the scenes is Trionics. It is peroxide that is mixed to activate the chemical process of hair color that is ammonia free and is derived from sea kelp enzymes. Enzymes naturally accelerate a chemical reaction without the usual damage
Bay-a-lage / Biolage / Balyage / what are they talking about anyway??? The balayage (pronounced ba • lay • age) trend has been happening for the last couple of years and it doesn't look like it's going anywhere. It is a hair coloring technique that is free hand hair painting which provide natural looking highlights. But what's the difference?
I found this photo by accident in a google search for my next hair adventure and thought.. I should write about this! This gives a