Since ombré blends two colors together, it works best on hair that's long enough to show off the full effect. Because of the single-process color, ombré grows out more quickly than a balayage. Balayage is perfect if you're looking to go longer in between touch-ups, as it grows out much less stark than ombré.
- Alan’s Signature Haircut
ALAN V is known as the blonde specialist and is Hawaii's first hairdresser that created a Haircut and was recognized across the country.
The "CHANDELIER Layers "technique by Alan V in 2018 and 2020 A Glamour listed The CHANDELIER Layers as one of the top haircuts around the world.
Mastering the art of color corrections and known for his art of custom couture cutting technique, Alan V believes each individual's face shape and complexion of the skin tone has to be strategically map out carefully, the right cut ,the right color . At salon Blanc, we create an image and an identity custom tailor just for you.
A single process refers to any color service that is done in one step. This is generally a permanent color that is applied either just to the roots or all over from roots to ends. a single process can also be a demi-permanent color or a glaze, which is a type of color that only deposits color into the hair
A double-process color refers to anytime two color services are done in one visit. This can include lightening the hair then applying a toner or doing a permanent color followed by a glaze.
A color retouch is when a stylist applies a single color to your root area where the natural hair growth starts. This is the only place hair color is applied during a color retouch.
ANTI-FRIZZ BY YUKO® features thioglycerin, the Japanese hair industry’s latest breakthrough ingredient, to improve texture. Combined with a unique blend of naturally extracted ingredients from silk, soy, wheat, Meadowfoam and palm oil, ANTI-FRIZZ BY YUKO® will safely control frizz and seal in nutrients for a smooth,
A full highlight involves highlighting hair in every section of your head. ... They offer a more dramatic look, as they wrap all around the head (think a perfectly painted balayage, multidimensional full-foil highlights, or a mix of partial and full highlights).
Partial highlights are those women you see who have some color placed around the face for a brightening or framing effect. Your stylist may call them a “half head of highlights.” They will probably have most of their natural color peeking through from the back and around the nape of the neck.
A perm is a process where your hairstylist treats your hair with a chemical to alter the structure and permanently wave or curl your hair. A perm will last approximately 6 months if your home care regimen supports the perm and your hair.
Balayage is a creative hair color painting technique that creates sun-kissed, natural, and soft regrowth lines. Not everyone's hair lifts the same or has the same texture and this color process is one that can be tailored to you for your hair type! This particular technique creates a deeper-rooted shadow effect, with the heavy lightening accents towards the face and at the ends of the hair. Makes your skin look like it's glowing, and that you've been sitting in the sun all year long. We recommend you touch up a full Balayage with a Partial or Half every 12-14 weeks, and a full twice a year.
Foliage is a lightening technique where the painted pieces are placed in a foil for the ultimate hair lift. This is PERFECT for brunettes and girls wanting to be super blonde. This technique creates the ultimate vibrant strands of color. The Stylists paints pops of color where your hair needs it for a brunette wanting a little something or, someone wanting a drastic balayage effect. Foiling the strands keeps the product moist in the foil and providing a much greater lift than an open-air balayage. This color process looks better and better as it grows out. It is natural-looking, at the same time nice and bright on our darker-haired clients. If you want to see quick results, this is a great color service for you! We recommend a touch-up anywhere between 8-10 weeks.