Clients often ask the difference between high lights, low lights and everything in between. So I will break it down into some of the techniques we offer at Scissors.
Baby Lights - They can be used on any hair colour natural or tinted. They are tiny, subtle strands of hair that give a shimmer affect.
Maintenance - This is a low maintenance colour technique requiring touch-ups from two or three times per year depending on when you feel like you need a little perk me up.
Balayage - This is a colour technique. The colourist paints free hand on the surface of the hair. The hair is not saturated with colour giving the hair a soft natural sun kissed look.
Maintenance - This is low maintenance colour technique. However the blonder the balayage the more the client seems to visit.
Ombre - This is a look in which your hair colour at the root will gradually fade into a lighter end. It can be dramatic from dark to light, or you can have a Sombre.
Sombre - a softer subtle version of the ombre look with beautiful blurred colour.
Colour melting - Is a blending technique used when we darken the hairs roots and softly blend it into the ends.
Maintenance - These looks are medium level maintenance. Requiring visits to your hair dresser 3 times per year or more depending how dark or light you are going away from your natural hair colour.
*All photos taken from google images*