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Balyage hilites are french hair painting

April 15, 2011 By: manager Category: Blonde Hair Colors, blonde hilites, french haircutting, hilites

Balyage is another word for hilites in French. I learned how to do the french hair

painting years ago when we flew in this French hair stylist from France. He had

trained alongside Fredrick Fekkai whom is from New  York City. Anyway, this

guy was so talented and detailed in his training that I learned so much that weekend.

He was worth every penny to learn the art of how to paint the hair. It’s not like

just blobbing the color from the scalp to the ends, it’s about a feeling that while

painting it, you are looking at where the light will shine onto the hair and how the

color chosen will illuminate the actual hair strand when the light hits it or the

appearance of the light hitting the hair. This is one of my favorite ways to color

hair. this technique looks incredible on blonde hair. Light blonde, dark blonde,

any blonde looks fabulous in this painted way. We also have done the peek-a-boo

technique that that allows the color to peek through when you lean over or the

hair blows in the breeze like at the beach. This is the best technique of hiliting

that will grow out naturally if you want that beach look. It takes a skilled stylist

to pull this off. Try it some time.

Best Blonde Hair Color in York – Indulge, A Colour Salon, York PA — WordPress

April 12, 2011 By: manager Category: Uncategorized

Sexy Blonde hair from short to long this spring

April 12, 2011 By: manager Category: Blonde Hair Colors, blonde hilites, french haircutting, layered haircut

French pixies are adorably popular this spring. Are you ready?

Scarlett Johansson is a major trendsetter with her layered bob with flicked up ends and slight wave that flows with the breeze. As a stylist, it looks like you have laid on your her and then you fluff it up when you get up from a nap. Other bobs are totally appear straight one length on the sides (but really they are layered from the interior) and back with the fitted straight bang. very sleek. Or try on a Keira Knightley luscious bob that flows longer towards the front of the face no bangs.

The bob will have a more casual feel using soft products for movement. Strong lines with an inside layers that are tighter at the bottom.

Ombre hair color is one of the coolest techniques that I’ve done. This is more of a phased in color that is lighter on the ends that move toward the top of the head. Gorgeous! Gives a sunlightened feel.

Can I have a Keratin Smoothing treatment after my color?

March 23, 2011 By: admin Category: Keratin Smoothing Treatments

Of course you can! Brazilian Blowout has been a sore subject amongst many salon professionals

and consumers. Due to the highly publicized information of misuse of the

products by salon owners, the mistakes in testing containers, and the general

knowledge the company has really taken a hit. Unfortunately, the company

said that their is no formadehyde in the product. The testing facility said it did.

Who do you believe? The testing facility had many smoothing and relaxing

treatments in their testing area and the assistant touched the containers which

caused a lot of legal problems for the testing facility then in turn caused problems

for the Brazilian Blowout Company. All in all, the FDA says that if their are

traces of formadehyde in the product that less than 2% you do not have to

report this to the general public. We have more formadehyde in our skin care

products in drug stores, grocery stores, etc. It actually will preserve products.

So the company had less than .0002 of traces. They reformulated and their

are absolutely 0 traces of formadehyde. We have used the orginally formuala

and the new one. We do not see a change in results. We will continue to use

this amazing product. With that being said, you can use this safe product on

colored hair.

I have been using all types of relaxers, straighteners, ammonia

type of smoothing straighteners, Keratin treatments and found that the Brazilian

blowout is by far the best treatment we have experienced. This treatment is

loaded with acai berry super nutrient complex ingredients that surround the

hair shaft and actually protects it. We have been performing these treatments

to the fullest by applying this treatment after a hair color service. ALL of the

clients we have encountered said their hair color has lasted longer and they

do not start to see the frizzy or “puffiness” that comes with this type of hair

until the treatment starts to wear off in 8-12 weeks. We totally support the

product because of the fantastic smoothing results we have achieved. Not all

salons are the same. We go to any length to know the information required to

give the best results. Essentially all of of staff are trained to perform the services

and are certified by Brazilian Blowout and our own in house training that I


Ice Age

April 22, 2010 By: admin Category: Blonde Hair Colors

Ice Age - Click image to enlarge

Ice Age - Click image to enlarge

Ice Age – Blonde Hair ColorIce Age – light ash blonde base with cool ice highlights.


April 22, 2010 By: admin Category: Blonde Hair Colors

Whiplash - Click image to enlarge

Whiplash - Click image to enlarge

Whiplash – stunning ash blonde with golden or white highlights. This color certainly makes a strong statement of style.

Beach Bunny

April 22, 2010 By: admin Category: Blonde Hair Colors

Beach Bunny - Click image to enlarge

Beach Bunny - Click image to enlarge

Beach Bunny – sunny golden blonde with light golden ash blonde highlights throughout.


April 22, 2010 By: admin Category: Blonde Hair Colors

Temptress - Click image to enlarge

Temptress - Click image to enlarge

Temptress – light golden blonde with creamy banana highlights that reflect a sultry look

New Website!

October 07, 2009 By: admin Category: Announcements

First of all, I just want to say THANK YOU to all of our loyal patrons. Without you, we never would be successful.

Check back here frequently for specials you’ll only find here on our new website.