Hair Perm

1Korean Digital Perm
It's a modern take on traditional perms, using digital technology to create soft and natural-looking waves or curls in the hair.

The term "digital" refers to the equipment and tools used in the process, which allow for more precise control over the curl pattern.

This technique is often favored by those who want to add volume, texture, and movement to their hair without the tight and uniform curls associated with traditional perms.

As with any chemical hair treatment, it's important to consult with a professional stylist who is experienced in performing digital perms.

They can assess your hair type, texture, and condition and recommend the best approach to achieve your desired results while minimizing potential damage.
2Root Perm
A root perm is a hair styling technique that involves perming only the roots or the base of the hair, leaving the rest of the hair straight or in its natural state.

Traditional perms involve treating the entire length of the hair with chemicals to create curls or waves, but a root perm focuses on adding volume and lift at the roots while leaving the ends straight or in their existing texture.

Root perms are often used to add body and lift to flat or limp hair, hence are popular among individuals with fine or straight hair who want to achieve a more voluminous and textured look.
3After care tips
Wait at least 48 hours before Washing:
To allow the curls to set properly, avoid washing your hair for at least 48 hours after getting a digital perm. This gives the hair time to adjust to the new curl pattern.

Use Sulfate-Free Shampoo and Conditioner:
Use a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner formulated for curly hair. Sulfates can strip the hair of natural oils and cause frizz.

Avoid Hot Water:
Use lukewarm or cool water when washing your hair. Hot water can open the hair cuticles and lead to frizz and color fading.

Gentle Washing:
Be gentle when washing your hair to avoid disturbing the curl pattern. Use your fingertips to massage your scalp and allow the water to gently run through your curls.

Avoid Heat Styling:
To prevent damage, minimize the use of heat styling tools like straighteners or curling irons. Embrace your natural curls and use heat sparingly.

Use styling products designed for curly hair
Use curl-enhancing creams or gels, to define and hold your curls in place. Apply these products when your hair is damp.

Avoid Brushing:
Avoid brushing your hair when it's dry, as this can disrupt the curl pattern and cause frizz. If you need to detangle, do so when your hair is damp and conditioned.

Regular Trim:
Schedule regular trims to maintain the health of your curls and prevent split ends.

Hair Colour

1What are the different types of hair colouring ?
Below are some of the common types of hair colouring services we offer, ranging from subtle enhancements to bold and dramatic transformations.

All-Over Colour:
This involves applying a single colour to the entire head of hair. It's often used to cover gray hair, change your natural hair colour or create a uniform look.

Fashion Colours:
These are bold and vibrant colours like blues, pinks, purples, and greens. They can be applied all over the hair or in specific sections for a statement look.

Peekaboo Highlights:
These highlights are hidden underneath the top layer of hair, creating a subtle pop of colour that's visible when the hair moves.

Highlights involve adding lighter shades to specific sections of the hair to create dimension and a sun-kissed effect.
Foil Highlights is where sections of hair are selected, and the color or bleach is applied to the strands.
The hair is then folded in a piece of foil to isolate it from the rest of the hair, allowing the color to develop more intensely.

Lowlights are the opposite of highlights. They involve adding darker shades to certain sections of the hair, creating depth and contrast.

Balayage :
Balayage is a freehand painting technique where colour is applied to the hair in a natural, graduated manner. It creates a sun-kissed, natural look with softer regrowth lines.

Foilayage :
It is a hair colouring technique that combines two popular hair colouring methods: "foil" and "balayage."

Ombre involves a gradual transition from one colour to another, usually a darker colour at the roots that gradually lightens towards the ends.

Sombre is a softer version of ombre, with a more subtle colour transition between the roots and the ends.

Root Shadow:
This technique involves darkening the root area while keeping the rest of the hair colour intact. It helps create depth and contrast.

Colour Melt:
Colour melting is a technique where multiple shades are blended seamlessly together, creating a smooth and natural gradient of colour.

Unicorn hair color:
A vibrant and whimsical hair colouring trend where a variety of bright and pastel shades are used to create a multi-coloured, rainbow-like effect in the hair.
2Should I wash my hair before getting it coloured ?
Whether or not you should wash your hair before getting it coloured depends on the specific type of hair colouring service

Traditional Hair Dye (All-over Colour or Root Touch-up):
If you're getting an all-over colour or a root touch-up, it's generally recommended to come to the salon with clean, dry hair. This allows the colour to adhere better to your hair strands and ensures more even colour distribution.

Balayage and Highlights with scalp bleach :
For balayage or highlight services, it's typically recommended to come to the salon with unwashed hair.
Natural oils and a bit of buildup on the hair can provide a slight protective barrier to the scalp during the colouring process. Additionally, unwashed hair can help the colourist better assess the natural colour variations in your hair and create a more customized and blended effect.
3What is Balayage ?
Balayage involves a freehand painting technique to create a natural and blended look.
It's a versatile technique that works well on various hair lengths, textures, and colours.
The low maintenance aspect of balayage appeals, as the regrowth is less noticeable compared to traditional highlights, making touch-ups less frequent.
4Here's how to care for your balayage hair.
Caring for balayage hair is essential to maintain its vibrant colour, prevent damage, and keep your hair healthy.

Balayage involves a freehand painting technique that creates a natural and blended look, but it's important to follow some aftercare tips to ensure your hair stays beautiful.

Use Colour-Safe Shampoo and Conditioner:
Invest in a sulfate-free, colour-safe shampoo and conditioner. Regular shampoos with sulfates can strip away the colour and cause fading.

Consider Purple Shampoo:
If your balayage has blonde or lightened sections, using a purple shampoo once a week or as needed can help counteract any unwanted brassy or yellow tones.

Use a Deep Conditioning Treatment:
Regularly use deep conditioning treatments or hair masks to keep your hair moisturized and prevent dryness, especially on the lightened sections.

Wash with Cold Water:
Wash your hair with cold or lukewarm water instead of hot water. Hot water can open up the hair cuticles and lead to colour fading.
Try to extend the time between washes. Washing your hair less frequently helps preserve the colour and prevents it from fading quickly.

Protect Your Hair from Heat:
Heat can cause colour fading and damage, so it's important to minimize its impact.

Avoid Overusing Styling Tools:
Reduce the use of curling irons, straighteners, and blow dryers as much as possible. Heat styling can lead to dryness and make the colour fade faster.

Trim Regularly:
Schedule regular trims to keep your hair ends healthy. Trimming prevents split ends from traveling up the hair shaft, which can affect the appearance of your balayage.

Regular Touch-Ups:
Depending on how fast your hair grows and how noticeable the root regrowth is, you might want to schedule regular touch-up appointments with your stylist to maintain the balayage effect.

Avoid Chlorine and Saltwater:
Chlorine from swimming pools and saltwater from the sea can strip away colour and dry out your hair. Before swimming, apply a protective leave-in conditioner and consider wearing a swim cap.

Remember that everyone's hair is different, so some adjustments to these tips might be necessary based on your hair type and individual needs.
It's always a good idea to consult with your stylist for personalized recommendations and advice.

Hair Extensions

1Duration - How long does it take ?
The service duration is dependent on several factors such as :
* Hair thickness (density) and length
* Desired additional hair
* Matching hair colour (if required)

Please allocate 2 to 4 hours. We will be able to advise the approximate duration during the initial consultation.
2Is it necessary to straighten my hair before the service ?
It's advisable to straighten your hair if you have a generous amounts of curls or if you've undergone a perm.
Our consultant can advise you on the day.
3 Can I style my hair after getting extensions ?
You can style your hair in buns, pony tails and half updos with our slim hair extensions
4What is the quality of the hair extensions ?
We use premium A grade 100% natural human hair.
Cheap or poor-quality extensions made from synthetic fibers or low-grade human hair,
can tangle, break, and damage your natural hair if not managed properly.
5Can I dye or perm my hair after hair extensions ?
Yes, we use A grade premium 100% natural human hair.
6How many hair pieces are included in a 100g pack ?
Each 100 grams pack contains approximately 80 pieces.
Pieces may vary due to hair density.
7Will my hair fall out with extensions ?
Hair extensions, when properly applied and cared for, should not cause your natural hair to fall out.
8Can I remove the extensions myself ?
Yes, however it is highly recommended you visit us to avoid damaging your hair.
Extensions should be gently and correctly removed to avoid pulling out your natural hair.
Improper removal of extensions can cause damage and hair loss.