Single Color Las Vegas

Single color means bringing your entire head one or more shades lighter or darker. Going darker is easier, but going lighter may require full highlights or similar service.

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    Single Color Prices Las Vegas

    Our base prices cover most clients. However, stylists are independent contractors and set their own prices. The base price is the minimum a stylist can charge.

    Start with a Consultation

    The best way to calculate the cost is to have a consultation. Consultations are always free and the best way for a stylist to get to know your hair’s history, goals, and maintenance desires.

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    What is Single Process Hair Color?

    Coco Chanel classically said, “A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life.” We get it. It’s a huge deal and applies to color too. Hair is seasonal. It’s common to go short and light in the summer and longer and darker in winter (more recently the opposite is true.)

    What Does Single Color Entail?

    Single color means bringing your entire head one or more shades lighter or darker. Going darker is easier, but going lighter may require full highlights or similar service. The reason is a color can’t lift another color so if your hair was previously color-treated, the only way to go lighter is with highlights. You can make a significant change in one visit or do it over multiple to maintain optimal hair health while attaining your goal.

    Single Process Vs Double Process

    Single process is applying color (or toner) over your entire head to lift and/or deposit in a single step. It’s perfect for shifting one or two levels, gray hair, or to reinvigorate life into dull color.

    Double Process for Significant Shifts

    Double process is any two color methods in one session. The first process step is lifting/bleaching your hair. The second is adding pigment back. We can do this several ways: single color all over, full highlights, and balayage to name a few.

    Let’s Break it Down

    Say you’re a level six blonde and want to be level two dark brown. Your hair has underlying pigments we fill with warmth before applying ash, achieving dark brown without brass. That’s double process.

    What is Maintenance Like?

    Applying a single color all over up to your root will require touch up maintenance. How often you visit your stylist depends on how fast your hair grows. Typically, roots begin to show after two to three weeks. Schedule a root touch up every four to six weeks to remain flawless.

    Color Over Gray Hair

    If you’re looking to cover pesky gray, this service is the recommended solution. The same four to six-week touch-up schedule applies. Another option to make this service last longer is Bb. Color Sticks. Bb. Color Sticks come in all shades and offer instant gray touch-up. These dry fiber sticks apply easy and wash out with your next shampoo.

    Single Color Vs Balayage

    Single color is just that, one color over the entirety of your head. Super simple and subtle. However, there are subtle options with the ability to breathe dimension into your hair. Balayage is a color method typically done with a brush where we paint in highlights. With balayage, we apply highlights so subtle and natural they look painted by the sun. Another positive to balayage is we can fade the highlights as they approach your root, so grow-out is natural and requires far less maintenance. Balayage is a bit more expensive to start but will save you time and money in maintenance.

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    Recommended Products

    Color services and touch up maintenance can be stressful on your hair. Any color-treated hair requires extra moisture conditioning to stay healthy. We are Bumble and bumble dedicated carrying a focused selection of conditioners and hair-masques.

    Specific Color-treated Hair Products We Recommend

    Exact shampoo and conditioner recommendations depend on your hair. Must-haves products for almost anyone are Save the Day, Hair Dresser’s Invisible Oil, and a great dry shampoo like Tres Invisible.