Getting color for your hair can be a life-changing experience. It can make a big difference in how your haircut looks as well as being able to make subtle changes to your face shape. At Z Salon, we want to make sure your experience is as easy as possible and ensure you end up with exactly the look you want.
In order to do so we ask that you fill out the form on this page and attach a photo of what you want your color to look like when you are finished. We also need a current photo of your hair in order to give you an estimate of the time and cost it will take to achieve this.
Below you will find a full description of the different color terms we use in the salon so when we are speaking, you will know exactly what we are speaking about.
So please take a moment to fill out the form and submit it to us with your photos. We will respond promptly and get you scheduled as soon as possible.
This type of color is good for great blending. It can blend up to 50% of gray. It adds shine and darkens hair, not designed to lighten hair. Needs to be refreshed every 6 weeks. Aveda’s Demi gradually fades out of hair if you do not want a full commitment to permanent color.
This is the best type of color for gray coverage. It can also darken hair. It can lighten your natural color up to four shades. It lasts until hair starts to grow out. Needs to be touched up every 4 to 6 weeks.
A clear glossing can be used to add shine and seal the cuticle of the hair, without changing the color of the hair. We can also customize glossing by adding tone to enhance tone in hair color. It lasts for about four weeks.
This is the process of using bleach or permanent color to lighten a portion of the hair. It provides gray blending but not full coverage of gray. Pending on how much highlight we customize for you touching up can be anywhere from 6 weeks to 10 weeks.
This is the process of darkening hair using permanent or semi permanent hair color. Pieces of the hair are darkened and part of it remains lighter. Again like highlighting pending on how much low lighting we customize for your needs to be touched up every 8 to 10 weeks.
It is an artistic technique which can be customized to suit the haircut. This technique may or may not be placed in foil. This technique using bleach or permanent hair color is to add highlights to the hair with concentration of the lightness placed on the ends of the hair. The highlights are not typically close to the scalp unless you choose a design that requires it. So in most cases makes the maintenance more manageable. It needs to be touched up every 10 weeks on average.
This is a free hand French sweeping and paining highlight technique used to create an ombre’/sombre’ look. Highlights are painted with bleach at varying lengths from the root, which creates a softer grow out line. Needs to be touched up pending on your look in 8-12 weeks.
Bleach and Tone
This technique is when hair bleach is used on all of the hair to create the lightest look possible. A permanent color is used after the bleach application to create the desired tone of blonde. Needs to be touched up every four weeks.
Advanced colorists have been through advanced training, additional educational classes and have gone through extensive testing to reach this level.