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INOA single process color (no ammonia)

INOA is a new, odorless, permanent, ammonia-free hair color service that provides up to 100 percent coverage of white hair. You can gain 50 percent more shine with the INOA single process color and experience six weeks of intense hydration and nutrition without damaging the essential amino acids and lipid balance of your hair.

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Single Process Color

If your goal is to alter the lightness or darkness of your hair and/or cover grays, you will be asking for a single process hair color. Your colorist will create a permanent or semi-permanent hair color out of differen hair dye colors specifically for you based on your skin tone, hair texture, density and your personal hair goals.

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Highlight Full Head

Full Head Highlights involve highlighting hair in every section of your head from the nape of your neck to the hairline in your fringe and everywhere in between. Full highlights are used to lighten hair, what is achieved through the use of lightener applied within foil packets.

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Highlight Partial Head

A highlight service that applies hair highlights to only one part of your head in order to give you a natural look similar to the way your hair looks when the sun lightens it. Based on the look you’re going for, your stylist will place the highlights in only the mohawk section of your head, the top ​half, or the top and side sections.

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Balayage Full Head

Full Head balayage is one of the most frequently asked hair color ideas to highlight hair. The full balayage is an application technique where lightener is free-hand painted on to the hair for a soft and blended result. It is completely customizable for the look you want to achieve.

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Balayage Partial Head

A partial balayage is a freehand colouring technique where highlights are added to your hair. While a full head balayage consists of applying highlights throughout your full head of hair, a partial balayage only includes highlights on your top layer of hair to give you a more natural look.

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Gloss-Toner After Color

A glaze hair toner is a product that helps you to personalise your colour. It is used to add natural or more visible tones to your hair after a professional colour treatment. As a result, it enhances the tonality of your hair.

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Gloss-Toner After Color

A glaze hair toner is a product that helps you to personalise your colour. It is used to add natural or more visible tones to your hair after a professional colour treatment. As a result, it enhances the tonality of your hair.

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Gloss-Toner On It’s Own

A glaze toner is a quick application of sheer semi-permanent hair color on wet hair. It is conditioning and non-damaging, so you are able to use hair glaze treatment as a refresher to refine your highlights or colored hair.

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Gloss-Toner On It’s Own

A glaze toner is a quick application of sheer semi-permanent hair color on wet hair. It is conditioning and non-damaging, so you are able to use hair glaze treatment as a refresher to refine your highlights or colored hair.

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Double Process Color

A double process coloring is used by your hairstylist when you want to lighten hair more than two shades, for example to get blonde hair if yours is brown. It’s called double process color because it is actually a two step process. Bleaching your hair is the first one, then your hair will be toned to create the shade you’re going for.

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Double Process Color

A double process coloring is used by your hairstylist when you want to lighten hair more than two shades, for example to get blonde hair if yours is brown. It’s called double process color because it is actually a two step process. Bleaching your hair is the first one, then your hair will be toned to create the shade you’re going for.

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Corrective Color

Our color corrective services fixes hair color mistakes fast or over time, depending on what is best for your hair’s health.

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Corrective Color

Our color corrective services fixes hair color mistakes fast or over time, depending on what is best for your hair’s health.

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