Uniform Brightness & Dimension

Highlights offer a precise application method that enables uniform brightness suitable for any hair length or colour

Highlights hair colour


What are highlights?

Highlights are a hair colouring technique that uses thin strips of foil to isolate strands of hair, which are then lightened with dye or bleach, allowing for precise application and a variety of looks ranging from subtle, natural highlights to dramatic changes. This method ensures the dye remains on the targeted strands, preventing it from affecting surrounding hair and achieving a cleaner, more defined effect. It’s suitable for any natural hair length or colour, offering customisation based on individual preferences. Foil highlights enhance your hair by adding uniform brightness and dimension without altering your base colour significantly. They offer various placement options, such as T-Section, half-head, or full-head.

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions Our Clients Often Ask

What's the aftercare?

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You should wait at least 48 hours before washing your hair after getting highlights so the colour can set properly. Colour-treated hair needs a high-quality, sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner to preserve colour and prevent fading. We will recommend shampoos and conditioners appropriate for your hair type during your consultation.

Wash your hair 2-3 times a week at most. Frequent washing can strip your hair of its colour and natural oils.

You should protect your hair from chlorine by wearing a swimming cap or pre-wetting your hair and applying a conditioner before swimming.

With these aftercare tips, you can ensure the health of your natural hair, extend the longevity of your highlights, and reduce the need for frequent touch-ups.

What are T-Section Highlights?

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With T-Section Highlights, the hairline, parting, and crown of the head are highlighted, forming the “T” shape when viewed from above. If you are looking for a subtle refresh of your look, T-section highlights are perfect. They add brightness to the most visible parts of your hair without the need for a full or half head of highlights. For maintaining hair colour with minimal effort, this method is more cost-effective and time-consuming than full-head highlights. In addition to enhancing your natural hair colour or creating a sun-kissed effect, it is also an effective way to update your look or an easy way to introduce yourself to hair colouring.

How often do highlights need to be retouched?

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Highlights are typically retouched every 8 to 12 weeks. There are several factors that influence the frequency of highlight retouches. These factors include the individual’s hair growth rate, the desired colour upkeep, and personal preferences of roots.

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 colour is similar to traditional hair dye without the risks.

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