Hair Color

                                                                                       Hair Coloring

Our hair stylists excel at finding the style that best suits you from edgy to classic. There are many different types and ways to apply hair color: Highlights, gray coverage, balayage, ombre, color melting, fashion colors, pee-a-boo highlights, the list goes on. Come in and have a stylist customize an option that’s perfect for you!


Here are a few examples,


 Highlight and Lowlights

Rather than coloring all of your hair, highlights use bleach to lighten specific strands or pieces. The lightened sections can then have additional toners added so you can achieve the most complementary shades to suit you. Because the color is weaved through your hair, you can get away with a more subtle growout.

Lowlights work in a similar way as highlights, except instead of blonde, they tend to be a darker shade that blend naturally with the hair.


Highlight and cut--Stylist/Colorist: Amanda Smetana

Highlight and cut–Stylist/Colorist: Amanda Smetana



Ombre hair color is generally darker at the roots through the mid-shaft and then gradually gets lighter from the mid-shaft to the ends. It is usually achieved using a balayage technique and is ideal for clients looking for a low-maintenance style.


Ombre-- Stylist/Colorist: Tracy Slayton

Ombre– Stylist/Colorist: Tracy Slayton



Balayage is a type of ombre, but can also be similar to a highlight. This is a low maintenance look, that has a very soft grow out- great for people who aren’t able to come in every 6-8 weeks for a retouch!

Balayage--Stylist/Colorist: Britney Jipp

Balayage–Stylist/Colorist: Britney Jipp

Color Melting

A color with a seamless transition from one color to another, giving a ‘melted’ look.

Color Melting~Mermaid--Stylist/Colorist: Ashley Pagel

Color Melting~Mermaid–Stylist/Colorist: Ashley Pagel

Balayage Ombre--Stylist/Colorist: Micah McCloud

Color melted Ombre–Stylist/Colorist: Micah McCloud







404 Not Found

404 Not Found

The server can not find the requested page: (port 80)

Please forward this error screen to's WebMaster.