The advantages of processing color with a hair steamer are: color deposits far more deeply – all the way to the root of the hair – the hair is far more saturated with color. My colors don’t fade. Rather than using harsh chemicals to lift and deposit color, the steam allows me to use a more gentle formulation. I used to use dry heat but a mild wet heat is far better than dry heat in that the hair doesn’t get dried out, it’s quiet and more comfortable for the client than dry heat, and finally Steam takes much less time to process – from 6 to 12 minutes. This technology along with my own unique color application technique (it does matter how color is applied and I do it differently than anyone else) along with rich in pigment imported color (no skimping on expense) make this the best color you’ve ever had. To add further depth and dimension – I include foils at no additional cost. Highlight and or lowlights can be subtle or bold – hair color should never be flat.
In summation wet heat drives the color into your hair like no other technique; I predict that one day all stylists will be doing this.
(Is your colorist just slapping color on your head and letting you sit for 45 minutes? Or more while he takes care of other clients?)
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