SERVICES

NEW CLIENT SERVICES

My goal as your hair connoisseur is to create the healthiest, most statement-worthy, multifaceted color

palettes to suit your unique needs.

As a new client, we'll require extra time for a thorough consultation and proper time to create the looks you see on my page!

Pricing is broken down into 3 different time blocks to eliminate the confusion of figuring out what service or look to book.

The more time booked, the more we can achieve in one session as long as optimal color conditions apply!

Feel free to book a free online color consult, or an in person consultation if you need further assistance!

*Prices are subject to change*

PRICING

All color services include Brazilian Bond Builder in their lightener

Classic
Blonding
Supreme Speciality Blonding
Dynamic
Dimension

Choose this time block if you fall into any of these categories:

start your journey of going lighter, or are currently light and want to fine tune your palette

 

Choose this time block if you fall into any of these categories:

 

want to go significantly lighter , or looking for more dimension,

Choose this time block if you fall into any of these categories:

 

want to go significantly lighter or darker, long/dense amount of hair, have multiple layers of color, color history that requires extreme caution to avoid breakage and/or has multiple bands of coloring that requires extensive formulation

$320
$380
$500

COLOR CONSULT FORM

Submit a FREE consult form or book below for an in person consult

For a quick analysis on what service to book, click below

MAINTENANCE SERVICES

The maintenance menu is designed for refining, enhancing, or retouching your current palette. 

If you are a new client, want to significantly change your look, or haven't seen me for 4 months or longer, please reference the "NEW CLIENT SERVICE" menu.

This structure ensures I allot the proper time and product to address your specific needs in the most efficient way possible.

HAIR COLOR

PRICING

All lightening services include Brazilian Bond Builder

COLOR CONSULT | $30
FULL FOILAYAGE
FULL
BABYLIGHTS
FULL BALAYAGE
$280
$300
$250
HALF 
FOILAYAGE
HALF
BABYLIGHTS
HALF
BALAYAGE
$250
$270
$225
PARTIAL FOILAYAGE
PARTIAL
BABYLIGHTS
PARTIAL BALAYAGE
$230
$240
$205
SINGLE COLOR ROOT TOUCH UP
$125
SINGLE
ALL-OVER COLOR
$175
SINGLE TONER REFRESH
COLOR MELT REFRESH
SHADOW ROOT REFRESH
$130
$175
$150

Add-Ons

HAIRCUT
$50
DIMENSIONAL
LOWLIGHT
SHADOW ROOT
$45
MINI DIMENSION LOWLIGHT
TONER
$45
BASE COVERAGE
$100
TEASY-LIGHT TIP-OUT
$75
EXTRA COLOR
$45
WET
BALAYAGE
$75
DEMATTING EXTENSIONS
1 OZ =
$10
15 MIN=
$15
$45
B3
LUXURY EXPERIENCE
$45
MALIBU PRE-COLOR TREATMENT
$90

FAQ

My hair always pulls red and/or orange?


Theres 10 levels of lightness in natural hair ranging in various degrees of red, orange, and yellow. The darker your hair is, the more red, orange, or yellowy-orange it will naturally reveal when exposed to lightening processes. Since there are VERY few naturally pale blonde hair types out there, 90% of people will encounter these desgrees of warmth. Toners can help minimize the amount of warmth our eyes perceive, but our hair likes to revert back to it’s natural pigmentation over time, meaning that even after toners the warmth will eventually come back.




Why does my blonde always turn yellow?


As mentioned in my FAQ above, there’s always some degree of warmth that is exposed during the lightening process. Toners help cancel out the warmth exposed during the process, but that warmth will always come back due to our hair attempting to revert back to its natural pigmentation, natural elements like UV rays, heat damage, and product and/or water mineral buildup that cause yellowing.




What are toners?


Toners are the final touch to every customized lightening service. Think of toners like lip glosses; lip glosses are a sheer color that slightly tweaks the tone of your natural lip color. Toners are a sheer color that allows the brightness of blonde or caramel hues that are exposed during the lightening process to shine through, while emphasizing or cancelling out the amount of warmth (depending on your goals) our eyes perceive. Being that the “dye load” of toners are very sheer, they must be reapplied approximately every 6 weeks (depending on how often you wash your hair and the products you’re using) to maintain results.




Will toners make me blonder?


Toners are the finishing touch to blonding services and in most cases are used to create ashy blondes and browns, but the heavy lifting is done during the lightening process. Your hair needs to have no remnants of red/orange and must be in the yellow range before toners are capable of cancelling out the warmth needed to create an icy blonde. Toners can only work at the level of brightness that is exposed. ex. so if your hair only can lift to a caramel safely, then you can only tone down the orange. If your hair can only lift to a red/brown safely, then a toner can only tone down the red.




How often do I need to come in for maintenance?


It’s typical that you’ll need to come in anywhere from 8-16 weeks depending on where you’re at in your coloring journey and the level of maintenance required for your desired palette. During our first session together, I’m able to paint a picture of what maintenance and upkeep will look like specifically for you. Once you’re an established client, it’s important to stay on schedule with your maintenance appointments to ensure that we keep your hair in optimal condition and in line with your goals. If you go 5 months or longer for an appointment, then you’ll need to book under one of the new client services again to compensate for the amount time, regrowth, and rebalancing needed to get your hair back up to a maintenance regimen.





FAQ

My hair always pulls red and/or orange?


Theres 10 levels of lightness in natural hair ranging in various degrees of red, orange, and yellow. The darker your hair is, the more red, orange, or yellowy-orange it will naturally reveal when exposed to lightening processes. Since there are VERY few naturally pale blonde hair types out there, 90% of people will encounter these desgrees of warmth. Toners can help minimize the amount of warmth our eyes perceive, but our hair likes to revert back to it’s natural pigmentation over time, meaning that even after toners the warmth will eventually come back.




Why does my blonde always turn yellow?


As mentioned in my FAQ above, there’s always some degree of warmth that is exposed during the lightening process. Toners help cancel out the warmth exposed during the process, but that warmth will always come back due to our hair attempting to revert back to its natural pigmentation, natural elements like UV rays, heat damage, and product and/or water mineral buildup that cause yellowing.




What are toners?


Toners are the final touch to every customized lightening service. Think of toners like lip glosses; lip glosses are a sheer color that slightly tweaks the tone of your natural lip color. Toners are a sheer color that allows the brightness of blonde or caramel hues that are exposed during the lightening process to shine through, while emphasizing or cancelling out the amount of warmth (depending on your goals) our eyes perceive. Being that the “dye load” of toners are very sheer, they must be reapplied approximately every 6 weeks (depending on how often you wash your hair and the products you’re using) to maintain results.




Will toners make me blonder?


Toners are the finishing touch to blonding services and in most cases are used to create ashy blondes and browns, but the heavy lifting is done during the lightening process. Your hair needs to have no remnants of red/orange and must be in the yellow range before toners are capable of cancelling out the warmth needed to create an icy blonde. Toners can only work at the level of brightness that is exposed. ex. so if your hair only can lift to a caramel safely, then you can only tone down the orange. If your hair can only lift to a red/brown safely, then a toner can only tone down the red.




How often do I need to come in for maintenance?


It’s typical that you’ll need to come in anywhere from 8-16 weeks depending on where you’re at in your coloring journey and the level of maintenance required for your desired palette. During our first session together, I’m able to paint a picture of what maintenance and upkeep will look like specifically for you. Once you’re an established client, it’s important to stay on schedule with your maintenance appointments to ensure that we keep your hair in optimal condition and in line with your goals. If you go 5 months or longer for an appointment, then you’ll need to book under one of the new client services again to compensate for the amount time, regrowth, and rebalancing needed to get your hair back up to a maintenance regimen.





REVIEWS

“Jenny is truly an expert and I love that she makes education a priority. It is amazing how knowledgeable she is, not only about hair basics, but about trends and new techniques. She stays up to date and is consistently working on perfecting her craft. I learn something new about hair every time I go in and always leave feeling like a hair queen. Jenny goes above and beyond, and to top it all off, she is a really fun, kind person!"

- Amber Traver -

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