Hair Color Foil Partial Only


A partial foil for pre-lightened or new highlights. All of our color services will include; blow-dry and styling.  We can add more than one color to our foils

Touching up the existing foil and adding toner is an extra charge.

We can do your root color in between the foils.

Prices start at $110

Duration 1 to 2 hours

Need A Haircut or Trim?  Select "Add A Hair Cut" and add it to your service

Stylists know your worth, time is money & clients understand this is a timely and costly process.


 For thicker hair apply bleach from back to front so you can rinse back if it comes up quicker

  1. Don’t be afraid to adjust developer levels for even results
  2. Consider the salon temperature and adjust the developer
  3. Sometimes slow & steady wins the race, how do you feel about 40 volume developer
  4. Avoid overlapping and consider using foils to add heat vs. using an overhead dryer
  5. Use cotton in between sections
  6. Olaplex or Bond builder

Toning - Shades Eq easy to distribute, sometimes a more pigmented formula with  6 to 10 vol for stubborn hair.

Use a Hair Color Removal process, this is how to get people much lighter and on their way to blonde in one visit.  Not for all, but a healthy way to start. Fantasy shades require pre-lightened hair, especially pastels

Babylights vs. Foils


Achieves all-over blonde with root dimension

Weave fine sections of small amounts of hair - keep the roots or soften with the roots (melt)

Achieves a heavy highlight blonde and some freehand paint the drop-out pieces with clay bleach for an even light effect.

Foils use a heavy weave, tighter weave with dimension add lowlights for more depth

Balayage Blonde

In french means to sweep with paint - a free hand-painted hair technique with darker roots and perfectly placed lights. 

 Painted with a board in a V pattern with heavier saturation of bleach at the mid-shaft & ends

Backcomb sections to avoid sharp lines

 Lasts longer!

It looks effortless, but the placement is quite thoughtful

Lighten the roots for a more sun-kissed look

Can be done in any color or length

I love the money pieces in the front - there is a new technique called “Framilage” which is a balayage with special attention paid to a lighter face frame.


In the balayage technique of your choice,  hair is wrapped in a foil to hold in heat and reach max incubation to bring the hair very blonde vs. open-air processing.  

Root/Color Melting

Softens a darker root, blends & blurs balayage lines.  Apply the desired color to the root & swipe down or comb.  

Can use to reverse balayage

You can get creative a literally use a mix of all techniques on 1 head!    That is what makes a true artist.  



Ash toners make the hair appear darker while gold toners appear lighter.

Please do not bleach hair at home, it is nearly impossible to avoid overlapping when applying color to your own hair.  Remember bleach swells and when it does - breakage will occur.  For more info contact