Know your Salon terms
Balayage? Ombre? Full or partial Highlights. What does this all mean? Heres a list of regular salon terms……
Highlights using foil that start at the scalp. Consistent lightening, Root to Tip without root shadowing.
Perfect for – Disguising greys
Seamless, natural looking highlights. No obvious grow out. Very low maintenance. Deeper root area mimicking; yet enhancing the effect of Sun exposure.
Perfect for – Beachy looks
For want of a better name, Balayage has its limitations when you may want more intense blonde levels. Brighter cleaner looks need the incubation of foil. Foiliage delivers the lightening power of a classic highlighting with the seamlessness of Balayage.
Perfect for – Modern frosty blondes
Deep roots and mid-lengths graduating to fully lightened ends, in the colours you choose
Perfect for – Low commitment yet striking lightening
Iconic and exclusive to Davines. Sticky strips that lift the most delicate veils of hair to create dimension in the most beautifully subtle way.
Perfect for – The appreciators of detail
Can refer to coloring or bleaching for coverage root to tip.
Almost always added to a bleaching service. Your toner is customized to hide unwanted tones and deliver only the best ones.
Perfect for – After bleaching or enhancing your colour
Referring to highlighting services. Although bleach lighteners are better than ever any bleaching should be kept to the minimum requirement. ‘Half Head’ refers to lightening your front hairline and anywhere 2-3 inches beneath your parting hiding any visual regrowth.
Perfect for – highlighting top ups
Referring to highlighting services. Lightening only around the front hairline to disguise root growth around your face.
Perfect for – refreshing for special events