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Redken- Interested in the different types of professional haircolor? Redken haircolor is divided into three categories – demi-permanent haircolor, permanent haircolor, and lighteners. Consult with your colorist to discuss how to best adapt trends such as highlights, babylights and balayage to your individual style to achieve the deepest brunette, most vibrant red or coolest blonde.
Framesi- The FRAMESI COLOR LOVER line is formulated with a compound rich in quinoa, the ultimate source of all-natural plant proteins, to help you truly love your color>95% longer.
· 100% Vegan
· Sodium Chloride-free
· Thermal and UV protectants
· No build up
· Moisture retention
· Color Guard
· Natural oils and vitamins
· Repair and infuse
Pravana- PRAVANA’S full and complete range of continuously natural evolving hair care products includes hair color, styling, texturizing and after-color care to meet virtually every beauty need. PRAVANA hair care and hair color products are always free of parabens, sulfates, cocamide DEA, formaldehyde, phthalates, and many other ingredients commonly used in cosmetic products but known to be harmful to users or the environment. This hybrid approach, which marries time proven botanical extracts and natural proteins with modern elements such as nano-amino acids and micro-polymers, provides hair care that is truly super-natural while also protecting the planet and its people.
Goldwell- Get inspired by a holistic color system that gives you unlimited possibilities. From high-performance permanent color to gentle tonings you get everything for beautiful and easy to create color results.
Ombre- The word ombre comes from the French word “shadow”. It is the transition of a lighter shade from a darker shade. Generally, ombres work best on brunettes because it is the least subtle of all the techniques, a sombre is what we would see on blondes; that technique is more subtle, hence the word sombre. Ombre is great for the more daring girl. Ombre is kind of like color blocking, there are no dark pieces left on the bottom to help keep it natural, just a nice transition between the colors.
Balayage– The word “Balayage” comes from another French word meaning “to sweep”. When applying the color for a balayage, you sweep the color through small triangle sections of the hair onto a board or foil, giving it the natural transition down into the lighter color. In Balayage, there are dark pieces left on the bottom to create dimension and a more natural look. This technique looks like natural sun-kissed highlights throughout the hair. The transition is more natural and it is less maintenance than an ombre.
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Salon frizz-fighters work by breaking apart certain bonds in your hair, then gluing them back together in a sleek new pattern. Smoothing treatments leave your hair feeling smoother, sleeker, and healthier than ever.