In this section I explain what each service is and their procedures, along with the professional product range that I recommend and use.
My Colouring Services also include special treatments for the hair. We all know that hair colouring services cause changes to the structure of the hair. By treating the hair & scalp while colouring, we help protect, repair and improve the quality. The combination of treatments I use prior, during and after the colour procedure are: Nanocure Keratin which 100% Natural Keratin, Porosity equalizer/protein booster, Colour sealer, Bond Builder B3. You can read up on these treatments under the section titled Products.
COLOR TREATMENT PROCEDURE starts with a diagnosis whereby I use a micro-camera to see the state, condition and needs of both the hair and scalp. This helps me decide which products are best to use as each client and situation is unique. I then prepare the hair and scalp with a ”pre-treatment” to even out the PH level. The secret to an even colour result starts with an even PH level of 5.5 throughout the hair shaft. In the colour mix I add the Bond Builder B3 which boosts the hair’s strength. Bond Builder B3 does not allow any negative impact on the hair and actually re-bonds all broken keratin and cuticle bonds to assure stronger, healthier hair and a longer lasting colour with more shine. After washing the colour off, I then apply the Colour Sealing Treatment. The secret to less fade is to lock in the colour, neutralise any negative ions and smooth out the cuticle layers. I finish off my colour service with Nanocure Repair Keratin Mask. This specific mask repairs and moisturises both hair and scalp naturally, by adding natural keratin molecules, leaving your hair & scalp in better condition that what it was prior to the colour!
Permanent colour is one that does not wash out. The products I use contain no ammonia with the exception of some colours that contain up to 4% ammonia, which is necessary to achieve certain colour results, especially when lightening the hair. The choice of colour depends on what we want, what we have and how we can achieve it. This can all be discussed through a quick video consultation call.
Semi-Permanent Colour is a temporary colour that washes out. The semi-permanent colour is ammonia free and peroxide-free and it usually lasts 6 to 12 washes depending on your hair type, the water, the shampoo you use, even how you wash your hair. The after-care treatment at home plays a major role. The choice of colour depends on what we want, what we have and how we can achieve it. This can all be discussed through a quick video consultation call.
Τoner means to give a different tone to your existing colour, whether your hair is natural, dyed, highlighted or has balayage. A Toner can be applied when we want to change the existing tone of the hair colour. We usually apply a Toner right after highlights so as to achieve the desired tone of blonde, honey, copper or so forth. Ιt can also be used as a colour freshener in between colouring treatments! The Toners I choose are ammonia free and peroxide-free and contain specific vitamins and oils to moisturise offering smooth and shiny hair! The choice of colour depends on what we want, what we have and how we can achieve it. This can all be discussed through a quick video consultation call.
This hair colour technique is also known as “foiling.” We lighten strands of hair from the roots to the ends. Thin or thick slices of hair are taken to colour and it all depends on the result we want, from a very subtle to an almost fully covered head of highlighted hair. I use hair colour or a high lift product, depending on what colour we want to achieve. Highlight techniques can give you from a natural sun-kissed result to an almost full hair colour result. There are 8 main Techniques, but can be more as I tend to get creative & combine some of them together depending on the haircut, style and what we want to achieve! Highlights, Lowlights, Babylights, Balayage, Foil-ayage, Ombré, Sombré, Chunky Highlights, Streaks, Face framing. The choice of colour or highlight technique depends on what we want, what we have and how we can achieve it. This can all be discussed through a quick video consultation call.