balayage

Balayage and getting it right!

The Balayage trend isn’t going away and we are getting more and more bookings for this service but I couldn’t help to notice that there are so many bad examples of this colour trend on our streets including some celebs, so why is this? well, it’s a freehand painting technique and not the normal way of highlighting with foils and it does take a bit of practice to get right so I decided to get some advanced training with the top balayage experts in London. Extra training is always worth the investment!  After the training, the team were inspired and creating some fabulous work that I am proud of leaving my salon.

To get the best result book a consultation, have some pics of what you want and also what you don’t want, this is crucial as every balayage can be different and what your idea of it is could be completely different to what a stylist thinks, get a skin test during the consultation so if you decide to have a toner or colour onto the scalp then we need to make sure you are not allergic to anything in the colour.

We do two services- (if you wanted to book online) Classic or Creative, Creative takes longer and involves colour onto the scalp or a root drag, (pic 1 ) The classic is scattered through the hair and applied thicker on the ends but no colour in the root area (pic 3)

You can also have hair extensions like the 2nd pic to create the look.

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