Flamboyage is one of the latest hair colouring technique for those who want a truly blended, natural looking highlights. This technique was created by Davines very own Angelo Seminara, who put it well when he said that it looks like “highlights created by nature.”
You may have heard that Flamboyage is a “combination of ombre and balayage” but that isn’t accurate. Flamboyage is an entirely new colouring service that uses a unique application tool, also developed by Angelo Seminara. Flamboyage is not hand-painted onto strands like Balayage, and whether it is ombre or not depends entirely on how you want your stylist to apply the technique.
Dyeing hair at home can be intimidating, to say the least, but for simpler jobs like single processes, root touch-ups, or gloss treatments, it can be tempting to save some money and tackle them yourself. If you have the time, ambition, and maybe a helping hand, here are some tips on how you can successfully dye your hair at home.
According to InStyle, one of the most googled beauty questions of 2016 was still “What is a Balayage?” And since we’ve been doing balayage colouring in Toronto for awhile now, we’ve decided to demystify you of one of the most popular hair colouring techniques and explain everything you need to know before trying out this versatile style.
Going blonde can be a challenge – especially when you’ve been using that black box dye for – like – ever!
Hollywood’s hottest celebrities have been sporting faded ends famously known as the ‘ombre’ look. So how do you get those lightened locks without damaging your hair? Our stylists say the trick is to take it slow.
“Going blonde is possible but you have to do it right,” said award-winning stylist Fabrizio Perciballi.
What’s the ‘right way’ to go blonde? Well – the ‘right way’ isn’t always the easy way – Our stylists suggest approaching the lightening process in stages. “We’ll get clients on the path to their ideal result but it can often take more than one visit,” Perciballi said.