Not all haircolor is treated equally with timing or pricing. If the time reserved is not exactly the time needed to complete the service, it will result in a MULTI-VISIT appointment with individualized charges. Please consult with your stylist on how long it may take to get to the end hair goal. No refunds, only services redone based on the discretion of the owner. Change of mind does not warrant a redo. The consultation is so important, please use this time with your hairstylist to talk.
All prices will vary from appointment to appointment, stylist to stylist. inquire about more detailed pricing during the consultation. At our hair salon offer only the best quality hair color and haircut in Waxhaw, Weddington & Indian Land. 48 hour CANCELATION is required to avoid any charges. Same day, no call , no show cancelations will be charged full price as our time is just as important as yours. :)
Hair coloring at a salon involves the application of professional hair dyes and techniques by trained hairstylists to change or enhance the color of your hair.
A skilled hairstylist can help you choose a hair color that complements your skin tone, eye color, and personal style. They consider factors like your undertones and desired maintenance level.
While it's possible to achieve similar hair colors, it's important to remember that results can vary due to your hair's natural color, texture, and overall health. Your stylist will help you find a shade that suits you.
Yes, many salons require a patch test to check for allergic reactions to the hair dye's ingredients. This involves applying a small amount of dye behind your ear or on your inner arm to ensure there's no adverse reaction.
The duration depends on the complexity of the color change. Basic touch-ups might take around an hour, while more intricate color transformations could take several hours.
The frequency of touch-ups depends on the type of color, your natural hair growth rate, and the look you're going for. Generally, root touch-ups are needed every 4 to 6 weeks to maintain the color's vibrancy.
Hair coloring can cause some damage, especially if lightening is involved. However, professional stylists use high-quality products and techniques to minimize damage and maintain hair health.
Going from dark to light hair often requires multiple sessions, especially if you're making a significant color jump. Lightening too much in one session can compromise hair health.
Using color-safe shampoos and conditioners, avoiding excessive heat styling, and protecting your hair from UV rays can help extend the life of your color. Your stylist can recommend products and care routines.
If you're unsatisfied with the color, contact your stylist or the salon promptly. Many salons offer a grace period during which they can adjust the color for you.
Remember, these FAQs are general guidelines. Always consult with a professional hairstylist during a personalized consultation to address your specific hair type, desired color, and any concerns you may have about the coloring process.