Haircut and Color Services for Clients in Dallas
Your hair is one of the first features others notice about you. When you
know your hair looks great, you'll feel more confident and enjoy spending
time with others. Whether you want to transform your appearance by trying
a new haircut or give your hair a little boost, hair coloring is the perfect
technique to enhance the look you want. At Johnny Rodriguez the Salon,
our stylists specialize in
makeovers and updates, including balayage highlights, Balmain hair extensions, and
keratin complex smoothing treatment in Dallas.
Choosing a New Haircut
There are many factors to consider when choosing a haircut. Aside from
the physical appeal of your new style, maintainability, keeping the integrity
of your hair and your lifestyle preferences can also play an important
part when it comes to making the right choice.
- If you have fine hair, a medium or short one-length haircut can help to
maintain your hair's natural fullness. Conversely, very thick hair
can be deliberately thinned to minimize excess volume for greater manageability.
- Consider how often you want to visit the salon for trims before choosing
your ideal haircut. Most short or highly-defined haircuts require trims
every four to six weeks to maintain your look; longer haircuts can be
managed with trims every six to ten weeks.
Your lifestyle and the amount of time you want to spend styling your hair
can help you choose your ideal haircut. If you frequently run short on
time or have a very active lifestyle, you may want to opt for a haircut
that requires minimal styling and care. Having the right styling tools
(brushes, ect) and a professional blow dryer are also key to making styling
quick and easy. Keep in mind that in many cases, short hair is faster
to style and requires less product to maintain than long hair.
Major Benefits of Balayage
Balayage is a French word that means “to paint.” This unique
freehand highlighting technique has maintained popularity for decades.
- Balayage highlights are a completely personalized way to color your hair.
Your hair stylist can tailor your highlights to bring out your hair color
and skin tone for a look that will complement every aspect of your appearance.
- The balayage technique offers a natural finish that cannot be replicated
via other techniques, such as foils. As your balayage highlights grow
out, there is no visible line so you can wear your highlights for longer
between touchups to save both time and money at the hair salon.
- Balayage highlights are suitable for all types of hairstyles, including
very short and very long hair. Furthermore, balayage can be used on both
darker and lighter hair, so anyone can enjoy the look created by this
A Look at Other Popular Hair Coloring Techniques
There are many different hair coloring techniques available today, offering
clients a unique look tailored to their skin color, face shape, and hairstyle.
You can reach a hair colorist in Dallas to discuss hair coloring services
and other hair treatments when you call
Johnny Rodriguez the Salon.
Ombré means “shaded” in French. This hair coloring technique creates
a transitional effect from the top of your head to the tips of your hair,
with dark roots that gradually lighten throughout the length of your locks.
The ombre look is typically created using the balayage technique and is
popular among those who want low-maintenance color.
Highlights and lowlights are techniques that color specific strands of your hair, lightening or
darkening them to give your hair more color depth. This type of color
can be blocky or naturally-textured, depending on the look you want to achieve.
Full color refers to a complete color change for your hair, rather than blocking only
certain sections. If you want to completely change or update your look,
this may be the right choice for you. Full color treatments can be combined
with highlights or lowlights to create a textured and natural look.
Grey coverage is hair coloring designed to restore the youthful look of aging hair. There
are many techniques that work well to cover gray, including full color
treatments and highlights, depending on your natural color and the amount
of gray in your hair.