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Results that speak for themselves

Flawless hair colour results are delivered by our cherry-picked team of experienced hair colour specialists who are dedicated to the craft. Carefully tailored to meet the needs of our individual clients and prioritising the health and strength of your natural hair. Our hair colouring team specialises in a unique free-hand hair colouring technique, introduced to the salon by renowned colourist and hair colour educator Moe Harb.

Meet the Harb brothers

London’s leading hair colour specialists

We house hair colour experts Moe Harb and his brother Shady Harb with over 30 years of combined colouring experience. They’re renowned for their signature free-hand hair colour technique, precision colour placement and incredible artistic ability to blend colour with your natural hair. Featured in publications such as Forbes Magazine, the duo has an envious list of high-profile clients throughout London and Dubai.

Their combined experience in the Middle East has made them and their skilled team of hair colourists experts at lifting even the darkest browns to the lightest blondes.

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Before & After pictures

Hair Colour Transformations

From a simple root touch-up to a full head of balayage and everything in between, we can turn your hair dreams into reality. We have rounded up some of our favourite hair colour before and after pictures over the years that you can use as inspiration for your transformation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions Our Clients Often Ask

What is free hand hair colour?

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Free hand colour technique is where the colour is applied by hand rather than using professional tools such as traditional foils. Free hand colour painting follows the shape of the face and is more natural-looking.

What is a colour patch test and why do I need one?

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Changing your hair colour is a quick way to upgrade your look when a new season comes around, and you’re ‘itching’ to switch things up. However, around 1.5% of the population is allergic to PPD, which is present in most hair colouring products.

A hair colour patch test is a simple procedure that involves applying a small amount of hair dye to your skin to check for any allergic reactions. The test is usually done on the inside of your elbow or behind your ear, where the skin is more sensitive.

PPD, or paraphenylenediamine, is a chemical that is commonly used in hair dye. It is what gives hair dye its long-lasting colour. However, PPD can cause allergic reactions to those with sensitive skin.

Because of the potential allergens associated with PPD, we believe it is important to offer a range of safe alternatives for those who are allergic to it. Our range of PPD-free hair colours is similar to traditional hair dyes without the risks.

My hair has been damaged at another salon, can you fix it?

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Many clients come to us with damaged hair, which is usually a result of over-processing colour or bleach that makes their hair frizzy and prone to breakage.

When a new client comes to the salon with thinning hair that is seriously damaged, Moe and his team start them on a unique hair rehabilitation programme, which, when followed properly, guarantees six inches of hair growth within one year. They don’t call him ‘Magic Moe’ for nothing…

How long will it take to transform my colour?

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Full Head Colour (tint): Applying colour to your entire head of hair can take anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours, depending on hair length and texture.

Highlights, Lowlights, Balayage, Babylights, and Ombre: These techniques require more time because the colour is applied strategically to create dimension and contrast. Depending on the desired effect and the length of your hair, the process can take 90 minutes to 3 hours.

Fashion Colours: If you’re going for vibrant fashion colours, the application process may take up to 2 hours.

Root Touch-Up: If you’re touching up your roots to cover grey hair or to maintain your current colour, the application process typically takes around 30 to 60 minutes.

These are general estimates. Your stylist will give you an accurate time for your treatment during your online or in-salon consultation.

Which colouring technique has the least maintenance?

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We recommend Balayage to clients looking for a low-maintenance hair colour technique for several reasons:

1. Root Growth Blending: With balayage, the colour is applied to allow a gradual transition from your natural hair colour to the highlighted or coloured sections. As your hair grows, there won’t be a stark contrast between your roots and the rest of your hair, resulting in a less noticeable regrowth compared to other methods.

2. Less Frequent Touch-Ups: Unlike traditional foiling or highlighting methods that require touch-ups every four-six weeks, balayage can go much longer without needing a refresh. You can typically wait eight-twelve weeks or longer between salon visits.

3. Soft and Natural Look: Balayage creates a softer, more natural look than a uniform, all-over colour. This natural effect means that even as the colour gradually lightens over time or as your hair grows, it still looks intentional.

4. Minimal Bleaching: Balayage requires less bleaching than traditional full-head highlights. Since the bleach is strategically applied, it reduces the need for frequent conditioning treatments.

In summary, balayage is a low-maintenance hair colour technique because it offers a natural and gradual transition, reduces the need for frequent touch-ups, requires less commitment, and can be tailored to your preferences and lifestyle. It’s a popular choice for those who want an in-trend and manageable hair colour option.

How often do I need to colour my hair?

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How often you need to get your hair colour re-done can vary depending on individual factors such as hair growth rate, desired colour intensity, and personal preference. Here is a general guide:

Full-Colour Application (tint), needs to be re-applied every 6-8 weeks.

Highlights / Lowlights can last 8-12 weeks before needing to be re-touched, depending on how much contrast you want to maintain.

Balayage is the lowest maintenance hair colouring technique since it has a natural regrowth, a balayage can last for 4 months before needing to be re-done.

Root Touch-ups should be re-done every 4-6 weeks to prevent noticeable roots due to hair growth.

Vivid or Fashion Colours require more frequent maintenance due to the clear separation they create from your natural hair colour. You may need touch-ups every 3-6 weeks.

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