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Hair Services  

All of the prices listed are starting price points.

Pricing may shift based on the plan we create for you and your hair.

Pricing is subject to change.


Barber-Style Cut
Children's Cut* (under 12)




If you would like to have a flat or curling iron, there would be an additional charge.


Single Process
Root Retouch
Full Color
Clear Gloss or Toner


Foil Highlights or Lowlights


$10 per foil
Need to get the yellow out? Need add more red? Need to shine up, darken or make your hair look shiny and healthy? This is the service for you! 
Foil highlights involve sectioning off hair and weaving strands — thick or thin depending on the look you're going for — and painting them with a lightening agent before wrapping them in foil. ... Unlike highlights, which are lighter than the base strands, lowlights are darker strands of color that are woven into the hair.
Balayage highlights are painted on freehand, as opposed to traditional foiled highlights. Balayage highlights are focused on placement, and although they are often used for the grown-out highlight look, they can also go to the root. They create an artful, diffused, natural highlight. Select full balayage when you want more than half head of highlights; select partial when you want less; 
If you’ve never had balayage highlights done before, please give me a call to discuss the best strategy for you! 
Semi or Permanent color. One color from roots to ends.
Grey blend, coverage or touch-up of lighter or darker color
Balayage Highlights
Face Frame
Balayage combined with babylights fuses the natural, hand-painted effect of balayage with the finely placed effect of babylights. The result is a dimensional, modern, and nuanced highlight.


Balayage & Babylights
Ombré hair color is generally darker at the roots through the mid-shaft and then gradually gets lighter from the mid-shaft to the ends. Olaplex, toners and gloss may be added at your appointment if you and your stylist decide it is best to achieve your desired look.
It's used when lightening the hair by more than two shades. It's called double process because it is actually a two step process. First the hair is bleached to remove your natural color, then toned to create the shade you're going for.
Double Process
Creative Color
Color Correction
There are two common color corrections, going from dark hair to much lighter hair or light hair to very dark hair. Color corrections can also be used to get rid of unwanted yellow or brassy tones. Everyone`s hair is different, therefore every single color correction process is different.


Olaplex Treatment
Lasio Keratin Treatment
Brazilian Blowout Treatment

Upon Consultation
Upon Consultation

For recommendations before and after salon visits 

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