Balayage is the technique of free-hand painting highlights onto the hair, creating a soft and natural gradation of lightness towards the ends.
Ombré is the gradual blending of one color hue to another, usually moving tints and shades from light to dark
It’s called double process because it is actually a two step process. First the hair is bleached to remove your natural color, then toned to create the shade you’re going for.
Full Head Highlights
A full highlight involves highlighting hair in every section of your head. This could be slightly lightening all of your hair or for something more dramatic, going from a natural brunette to a beach blonde.
Partial highlights can be very natural looking and are designed to lighten the hair in a similar manner to the way the sun would lighten your hair.
Root Touch-Up gives your hair color a boost, covering roots and grays anytime between regular coloring’s.
Single Root Touch-Up
A single process refers to any color service that is done in one step. It can also be referred to as a base color or a “root touch up“, but it is not restricted to coloring just on the “roots”.
Highlights applied to the top part of the head, (Crown)