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Hair Coloring :

Hair coloring or hair dyeing is the practice of changing hair color. The main reasons for this are cosmetic to cover the gray or white hair to change to a color regarded as more fashionable or desirable or to restore the original hair color after it has been discolored by hairdressing processes or sun bleaching.

Highlights :

Hair Highlights is a different type of hair coloring technique that only colors the particular hair sections of your color choice with some specialized tools which help to separate and do the coloring Process. hair colorist will apply the hair dye to the bottom part of your hair and then work from one side of your head to the other side of your head, spacing out the highlights. This creates a wonderful and lively look that balances shade, tone and depth.

Ombre :

Ombre, a shadowing hair coloring technique, blends two hair colors together. a subtler option where the faded color technique is applied to only small sections of your hair. On naturally light hair, this is a great way to add depth and dimension without worrying about root regrowth and the blonde hair ombre will look gorgeous on everyone.

Bronde :

Bronde hair color is a combination of blonde and brown. It is not blonde or brown, just a near-perfect combination of both They will choose a section of your hair based on your choice and then apply it near the root of your hair, beginning with the bottom layer. This process involves sectioning the hair from the root and saturating the strands in dye. It’s then wrapped in foil to keep the strands separated. As a result, bronde highlights provide much more contrast.

Beard Colouring :

Dyes specially designed for beards work to penetrate these coarser hairs without irritating the skin on your face, which tends to be more sensitive than the skin on your scalp. Using beard-specific dye becomes particularly important when you want to cover up grays.

Permanent Hair colour :

Permanent hair color works by interacting with the natural pigment of your hair and changing your hair’s structure. The dyes in permanent hair color are tiny colorless molecules. With the help of ammonia, they penetrate the hair cuticle, but it’s not until they’ve combined with hydrogen peroxide and created a chemical reaction known as oxidation that the magic happens. Through oxidation, the permanent hair color molecules turn complex and can embed themselves in the structure of the hair fiber. The result is what we know to be permanent hair color, or at the very least, hair color that can definitely withstand after multiple washes.

Temporary Hair Color :

Temporary hair color is available in various forms including rinses, shampoos, gels, sprays, and foams. Temporary hair color is typically brighter and more vibrant than semi-permanent and permanent hair color. It is most often used to color hair for special occasions such as Fashion Day, Halloween, costume parties & Events. The pigments in temporary hair color are high molecular weight and cannot penetrate the cuticle layer. The color particles remain adsorbed to the surface of the hair shaft and are easily removed with a single shampoo.

Hair bleaching :

Hair bleaching is a chemical process that involves stripping the pigment (color) from hair strands, resulting in lighter hair color. Each individual hair shade will have different levels of pigment to dissolve through and is dependent on the condition and type of hair you have, as well as how dark the natural color is. The longer the bleach is left on the hair, the more pigment is dissolved, and the lighter the hair becomes. Hair with existing blonde tones will find it easier to become a platinum shade, whereas darker shades like dark brunette/black will likely appear yellow or even a warm reddish hue after the first application.