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Colour Terminology

Everybody loves to experiment with new styles, cuts and colours. We have inserted this Colour Terminology guide to display a range of techniques and styles that we find inspiring and we hope you do too.

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Permanents

Commonly referred to as tint, is mixed with developer and gives 100% coverage. These professional colours can lift up to 3 levels lighter than natural base colour.


Bleaching

Bleaching is the professional term can lighten up to 5 shades.

 


Tonal blast

Works well on short to medium length textured hair, the ends are coloured lighter and a semi is applied over the top for extra brightness and a bolder colour tone.

Panels

Different layered slabs of colour (not woven as highlights, lowlights or weaving) to give a dramatic high fashion finish.


Highlifts

So known as bleaching but on some clients a lighter colour can be achieved with a highlift tint. This process can lighten hair by up to 5 shades and depending on which lightener is used may or may not require a toner.

Slices Singles

One single thicker section of hair in a foil.

 


Gloss

Ammonia free tint that gives a translucent effect and a blending of the greys if you have them.The re-growth will not be as obvious.

Highlights

A weaving technique where 1 or more colours can be used and a different quantity of weaves per foil.

Classic Weave
Fine highlights with 6>8 in a foil giving a more natural result.

Weaving
A little chunkier with a bolder fashion result


 

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