The Gray Issue

The Gray issue
In my experience as a hair colourist a thorough consultation is the key to a successful result. For me it is the most important and one of the most personal things I can do with my clients. A thorough and clear Consultation will help determine the right result before I actually start any bespoke colour service. read more

keep on training

I have always believed in training staff well and maintaining education throughout an individual’s career. Good groundings in the fundamentals of colour are key for any colourist, this will give them a thorough understanding of what the hair, product or technique can do and read more

Balayage & Ombre – Not Just For Blondes

Balayage and Ombre first and foremost highlighting techniques, where colour is painted onto the hair in long sweeping motion.People often assume that Balayage and Ombre are for blondes because Sarah Jessica Parker became synonymous with balayage when Sex and the City began.  These techniques are suitable for any hair colour, simply giving a natural sun kissed look, the illusion of having spent a month on the Riviera.  There are lots of famous faces with dark hair levitra buy

such as Penelope Cruz, Giselle, Drew Barrymore who all sport these.

To mimic how the sun naturally catches the hair, the brightest pieces of colour are always placed around the face and ends of the hair, making Ombre and Balayage’s application more organic than traditional highlights.  The result is softer regrowth so the tell-tale dark line where colour grows out is a thing of the past. read more

Why I love what I do

Hair trends come and go, but for most women colour is an intensely personal experience, they want to look natural and individual, not like the woman sat next to them at the salon, this is why I became online pharmacy without prescription

a balyage specialist. The first time I saw balayage I was struck by the artistry and softness of the result.  For me hair is about freshness, the illusion of youthfulness and sex and for me balayage offered all of this, so I went on courses and studied the technique so I could introduce it to my clients.People often ask what exactly the technique is, it originated in France and means to sweep or paint.  Highlights are painted onto the hair following the hairs natural wave and growth patterns, this allows a truly personalised set of highlights which are pretty and soft, all the things I believe hair colour should be and something that cannot be achieved with foils.

The difference between foils and balayage is that, balayage is painted onto the hair, the regrowth is softer and less of a tell-tale when hair is pulled back and parted.  Foils are perfectly placed but balayage is more organic.  The brightest pieces are always placed read more