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How do you manage grown out roots when you don’t have time to have your hair colored?

July 02, 2012 By: manager Category: Blonde Hair Colors, blonde hilites, hilites

balayage highlighting at Indulge Salon of York PA

balayage highlighting at Indulge Salon of York PA

If you have ever reached the point that it is hard to maintain your grown out roots (regrowth) every four weeks then maybe you should consider some different types of highlighting such as the french Balayage technique that originated in France. This technique is done artistically and beautifully with a pallete of color to make the regrowth at the scalp look like your hair was kissed by the sun. While the ends are lighter because of color over color, we can manage that by enhancing the bottom with perhaps some ombre lowlights to minimize the brightness and tone then adding some lighteness to the top with the hair painting that only we at Indulge, A Color salon 180 from Ordinary can do.

We have training programs that we teach a consistent french hair painting technique that takes some skill and a keen eye for the artistry to know where to place the brush and the angle in which the hair will lay. The results are spectacular and the color lasts longer than if you would do the retouch every four weeks which certainly grows out with a line. The Balayage technique does not grow out in a line but a beautiful natural approach like your natural hair grows.

Are you a Blonde on the Run at Indulge Salon?

May 18, 2012 By: manager Category: Blonde Hair Colors, blonde hilites, french haircutting, hilites, Keratin Smoothing Treatments

platinum hair color haircut model with Wella Professional

platinum hair color haircut model with Wella Professional

Hey, are you a Blonde on the run? I started this entire collection of blondes many years ago because I always heard that they were running around doing this and that. So I made  a collection of blondes that are scrumptious and gorgeous.

Basically, I take the color at the scalp and I prelighten the hair so that it looks a little lighter for the spring and summer. Than I take the seasonal highlights technique that is most popular such as the french balyage and french balayage (the are both referenced) as a french way of natural hair painting. Isn’t that cool?

Then we tone the hair to the glorious shade of beach bunny blonde, butterscotch blonde, cowgirl blonde in case you didn’t know is a strawberry blonde. We also have the ash blondes and the platinum diva blondes. So when you are ready for some powerful blonde highlights just call us at ;717.718.4465 or 717.846.4424 or check out the beautiful colors on our website at

Solid blondes with a hint of dimension brings out the shine

April 25, 2011 By: manager Category: Blonde Hair Colors, blonde hilites, hilites, styling

think about it. You have been coloring your hair for years but it lacks the luster and shine that you crave like the magazines. Ask for some dimensional hilites or lowlights if you are to light. This will break up the base color and make your other color pop and gives interest.  Try some alternate tones besides just the hilites such as strawberry blonde that makes your skin look more apricot. Or if you are a warmer brunette ask for toffee or break the base of your natural color that looks more sun kissed.

If you are a high maintenance blonde you know that it costs you more money every month and then you add hilites every other month, try keeping the hair toned with a color balance that will give you more of a softer creamier tone that is lower maintainance than hilites. Sure keep the hilites going but maybe do some packets vs all over.