When it comes to hair color, you have the option of full hair color or highlighting. Which one is better for you?
If you want to go several shades lighter or darker than your natural hair color, single-process hair color is a great option giving you a one-dimensional tone that can be as dramatic or subtle as you like.
A great choice if you have very short hair that can’t be easily highlighted, single-process color can add warmth, boost skin tone, and cover gray hair. Single-color can help correct a previous color job, sun damage, or overprocessing.
The alternative to single-process is double-process color which adds dimension and extra color through a second treatment. Used when you want to color dark hair lighter, it starts by bleaching your natural hair color and then applying a new color. High-lift double-process coloring is also available.
Michael can help you determine if your hair is healthy enough for double-processing.
If you don’t want to change your natural hair color too much, highlights are an option if you have a great base hair tone. Highlights enhance your hair by adding streaks of color lighter than your natural color. There are several types of highlights:
- Foil Highlighting is a traditional highlight technique adding uniform color to hair. It can be well-blended with different shades for a natural look.
- Lowlights add darker shades of hair color. Can be combined with highlights to give your hair color more contrast and dimension.
- Balayage (hair painting) can add natural highlights of color to hair. If you have a base hair color you love, this option is great when you want to go a couple shades lighter in certain areas.
Michael uses only the highest quality enzyme hair developers on the market. Using Trionics Enzymes, the system is 85% less damaging than the developers used by most cosmetologists. When added to hair color, what does this mean for you?
- Shinier hair
- Your blondes can be even blonder
- 100% gray coverage
- Your natural hair growth is promoted because there’s less damage
Michael uses products from L’Oréal, Paul Mitchell, and Wella for hair coloring. He can provide ammonia-free if needed or accommodate another choice of hair color product.
Sometimes it can be hard to figure out what direction to take with hair coloring and highlights, especially if interested in a specific hair cut or you have textured hair. Contact Michael today and he can help figure out what works best for you.