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At Avant Garde Salon and Spa we LOVE hair colors. Our hair coloring specialist take pride on always knowing the latest trends and mastering the techniques.
Or perhaps you prefer going bolder with deep reds or funky hair color styles like Unicorn Hair...
There are various Types of Hair Lightening and painted by hand. Depending on how light you desire to have your hair, will determine the best hair painting technique. Our Color Specialists can recommend the best hair coloring and coloring technique for your hair. To create the best possible hair looks our experienced hair stylists incorporate a few hair coloring techniques.
There are various Types of Hair Coloring techniques. Hair coloring (hair dyeing), is the process of changing hair color. Most times hair is colored to cover gray & white hair. Other reasons for hair coloring may be to follow a color trends, fashion, special occasions & to restore original hair color after being discolored & desire a color correction.
There are various Types of Hair Highlights and Hair Lowlights. Highlights and Lowlights is the process of changing either sections of hair or completely changing the hair color to lighter color and hair strands using hair lighteners. Hair Highlights can be done in natural hair tones as well as unnatural hair colors like pink, blue or other funky color.
There are various Types of Funky Hair Color techniques. Funky hair coloring is the process of changing either sections of hair or completely changing the hair color to one or more unnatural hair colors. Examples of funky color hair dyes are: purple, green, blue and any color and shade that you wouldn't normally see as a natuaral hair color.
Balayage hair color is a hair technique initially starting in France, Hairstylists apply hair coloring by a sweeping technique painting on your hair. Rather than using foil like traditional highlights, no foil is used.
The styling effect allows for less needed maintenance since a Balayage does not follow highlighted hair lines like regular highlights.
Ombre hair color is similar to a Balayage but instead of a sun-kissed highlights look, it is a transition of a lighter hair shade from a darker shade of the color.
Ombre comes from the French word: shadow. Unlike a Balayage, with an Ombre there are no dark pieces of hair or undone areas on the bottom to look more natural, instead the color/shade fully transition between the colors to the ends.
There are many variations of hair highlights and can be done to lighten your hair or highlight in other colors.
The four basic types of hair highlights are:
Foilyage is a hair technique similar to the Balayage, Hairstylists apply hair coloring by a sweeping technique, painting on your hair. Then like traditional hair highlights, sections of hair are wrapped in foil. Once all hair sections are wrapped, heat is applied, causing the overall hair color is uplifted and lighter.
The styling effect allows for less needed maintenance since a Foilyage like a Balayage does not follow highlighted hair lines like regular highlights.