Hair Shaping: With Shampoo and Blow Dry Style
Woman’s Haircut $40
Men’s Haircut $28
Child’s Haircut (ages 12 and younger) $15
Teenage Boy’s Haircut (ages 13-17) $23
Teenage Girl’s Haircut (ages 13-17) $30
Hair Styling Services
Blow Dry Style (blow dryer only) $23
Blow Dry Style with Flat Iron/ Curling Iron $35
Up-do Hair Style $40
Formal Hair Styling $70
Permanent Wave (perm) $65
Keratin Express Blow dry $100
(In just one hour, this express service reduces fritz, curl and daily style time for up to six weeks.)
Color: With a Blow Dry Style
Touch-up color application $45
Full head color application$60
Highlight/low-light application: Full head $95 Partial $75
Balayage, Ombrè or Sombrè color techniques $125
Block color application $40
Olaplex treatment (added to any color service) $30
All prices may change due to length and time.
Bridal up-do $120
Bridal up-do with trial $140
Bridesmaid up-do $85
Bridesmaid blow dry style with curling iron $60
A one time fee of $100 per bridal party for off site weddings.
Balayage color is painted in soft brush strokes across the surface of the hair, leaving you with natural-looking swipes of color that flow from thick to thin and play off the hair’s natural movement. Even better, balayage won’t leave you with any signs of demarcation, creating a softer and more manageable grow-out.
Ombre the super-chic shading from dark to light in hair color, created by adding balayage highlights on the mid-shaft and ends of the hair. Ombre is basically a fancy term for hair that is graduated in color, most commonly from brown at the roots to blonde at the tips. Ombre hair is super low-maintenance, you won’t have to get your roots touched up, or get your color redone – all you might need to do is add more blonde (or whichever color you’re doing this look with) to the ends of your hair as and when you get your hair trimmed.
Color blocking was so on trend last summer and now that spring is approaching this trend doesn’t seem to be going away. There’s no denying natural hair has a lot of character and all that character can definitely handle bright, bold solid colors. More commonly referred to as “block coloring” in the salon, the technique simply refers to using two or more shades to color hair in large sections, or blocks. The results of color blocking can range from very bold to very subtle depending on the pattern and color choices. There are endless combinations and possibilities.