Services & pricing
Cuts & Styling
|Shampoo, cut, blowdry(women)||from $30.00|
|Shampoo, cut, style (men)||from $25.00|
|Beard, mustache||from $10.00|
|Children's cut, blow-dry||from $10.00|
|Shampoo, blow-dry||from $18.00|
|Event/formal styling/up- do||from $60.00|
|All over color||from $60.00|
Balayage, ombre(consultation needed)
Keratin smoothing treatment
Split End Repairing Treatment
or as add-on to any service(color or haircut)
OLAPLEX-as a stand alone treatment
|Permanent wave||from $60.00|
|Spiral perm||from $100.00|
Our theory about pricing colour services .
Balayage/ ombre /color melt...!
The ombré color trend is still going strong in salons worldwide, and people bring to show beautiful pictures of models from Guy Tang videos( that takes somewhere from 5 to 6-7-8 hours of transformations and color corrections )and ask-how much do you charge for this ?
So, how do we price a lucrative service like ombré?
The ombré falls in into many different styles, and it all depends on what kind color the client comes in with initially. We categorize ombré into separate services. First: ombré, a smooth transition from dark to light created with balayage painting or some foil placement. Second, there’s sombré, a softer version of the ombré that involves toning or glaze.. And there is also a ‘melted color/ ombré.’ Most clients do not have virgin hair. In this case, it could possibly be charged as a color correction. If there is root color involved, then there is a separate price . Hair length and density come into play (more hair, more product, more time involved) when we discuss price as well. . Cut and style are additional because sometimes we have to do the cut first and then color into cut. Sometimes it takes a few appointments to achieve the desired look.
If someone comes in with fine, thin hair and it takes an hour for color, cut and style, we charge differently than someone that takes 2-3 hours. It doesn’t matter what
the service is—balayage or root retouch.
So, our ombré/balayage is priced upon consultation. Price is determined by technique needed for transition, number of formulas needed to achieve desired result and hair length and density.
There is a good article in Modern Salon magazine from Guy Tang about pricing color services