The Struggles of Curly Hair Those of us with curly hair, or even on the wavy end of the spectrum, already know well how frizzy and unmanageable humidity can make our hair. If you’re embracing your natural curls, however, it turns out the opposite can be true as well. Living in a hot, dry climate, […]Read More
Let's Talk About Those Roots Girl
Ugh, roots. Eventually, they begin to show. Depending on how fast your hair grows, roots typically appear two to three weeks following color service. How often to root touch up depends on the difference between your dyed and natural color. Let us talk cost, frequency, ombre comparisons, and the best products for color treated hair.
When to Get a Root Touch Up
Roots are the first thing you notice with someone’s hair. Harsh contrast naturally draws the eye. Furthermore, nothing ruins perfect blonde highlights like showing roots. If you’re naturally dark but have lightened hair, roots show quicker. Most book root touch ups four to six weeks apart.
It’s About The Ends Too
Color dulls. Especially at the ends. Root and end touch up often go hand in hand. When your stylist touches things up top, sometimes they will refresh your ends too. The combination keeps your color looking new.
See the Same Stylist for Perfect Color
Seeing the same stylist that did your original color is essential for the perfect touch up. Matching another stylist’s color can be tricky, most notably if the new stylist uses a different color line. For best results and seamless touch up, stick with the stylist who did your initial color.
Ombre, The Opposite Approach
Ombre is a form of the balayage hair painting technique. Ombre translates into “shade.” With your hair, we use ombre to shade one color to another. The most typical ombre is a rooty blonde. With balayage, we control the saturation of lightener and apply less as we approach your root. Since your root is left untouched, grow-out is natural. And of course, requires less maintenance.Learn About Ombre
Products to Protect Colored Hair
Any form of hair color or touch up demands extra care and hydration. Especially at the root where breakage can happen. We are Bumble and bumble dedicated and carry a focused line of products that hydrate and protect your root.
One Notable Product for Roots
There is one stand-out product when it comes to protecting your root and breakage. A regimen of three products, Full Potential, consists of shampoo, conditioner, and booster spray. Full Potential is the only product factually proven to prevent breakage up to 45%.
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Talk to a Stylist About Hair Color Today
Root touch up and coloring matching require you find a stylist in a Las Vegas hair salon you love and stick with them. Luckily for you, we know just the person. Call the salon, check out our Instagram, or call the salon to consult with a color expert today.Book Now Contact Us