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At Snip, we are widely known for our award-winning coloring approach and technical skills.
Whatever your hair color or type, a full color and technical assessment forms a key part of our consultation. As an essential preparation for creating the perfect color each and every time, we review how your previous color has worked, discuss your likes and dislikes, and look at how the color has worn since any previous salon visits.
Our unique consultation process allows you to meet your colorist and gives you a chance to discuss your hair and what you would like to achieve. Our Miami team are trained to give you the best advice on the colors and styles that would suit you – taking into consideration natural hair color, skin tone and eye color, maintenance and lifestyle. For example Multi Tonal Fusion Color treatment blends subtle weaves of tonal colors using different levels of peroxide, giving the illusion of translucency.
We look to create both longer term and shorter term goals with our clients, with an overview of the most suitable hair trends to keep your look on-trend and moving forward, along with more frequent seasonal changes to keep your color fresh and exiting.
- Hair Color Glaze: $40
- Full Head All over color: From $80
- Full Head Foil High/Lowlights: $190
- Half Head Foil High/Lowlights: $165
- Creative Color : On consultation
- Complete Color Makeover: On consultation
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Foiling in two shades of honey blonde highlights and painting lowlights in between.
“Blonde, but not too Blonde,” a smattering of highlights in pale wheat and gold lowlights to echo our natural buttery base deftly swept warm and cool ribbons from our roots to our ends, alternating each for added depth and a touch lighter around our part, which gets more sun exposure.
Replaced bright blonde streaks with more grown-up champagne and pale amber highlights involved meticulously painting on quarter-inch strips.
Using natural color of our client and suggesting two shades of highlights to enhance those natural color variations. woven russet and copper ribbons all around to brighten our monotone hair, and threw in a complimentary deep-conditioning treatment to make it shimmer.
Blonde hair sometimes seems like a requirement in this part of South Florida, so when we decided to lighten a clients espresso brown hair, we used a color that would set hers apart by layering energizing shots of caramel with enough sandy accents to keep the results from looking bleached and yellowed.
At Snip we look for a woman’s base color by brushing out the hair to find your natural color somewhere near the nape of your neck and convinced a client that velvety chocolate shade spiced with “taffy and honey highlights” would suit her olive complexion much better than the brassy, over highlighted color she had. With less less maintenance (no roots).
With dull blonde hair we added a subtle display of gold and caramel ribbons around her face and crown. The flickers of warmth made her hair so shiny and matched perfectly her bright complexion.
To soften a strawlike texture, we prescribed a deep-conditioning treatment with Argan oil—at no extra cost along a high-volume blowout before dry-cutting long layers. Resulting in glossy waves a look of one who is completely spoiled.
We used amber highlights to pick up the hazel flecks in one clients eyes, with hues in half-inch-wide streaks, as nothing thinner would be get lost in her hair.” Result shimmering hair.