Looking for a haircolor that not only provides perfect coverage of grey hair, but also provides supreme respect for the hair fiber and defies the signs of aging? Introducing INOA Suprême ammonia free age-defying permanent haircolor.
ODS (Oil Delivery System) Technology
Revolutionary ODS² technology uses the power of oil to maximize the effectiveness of the grey haircoloring process. Harnessing this no-ammonia and no-odor technology allows INOA Suprême to provide 6 weeks of intense hydration and nutrition, 50% more shine* and luminous coverage of grey hair with optimal scalp comfort.
Benefits of using INOA:
Uncompromised comfort (no odor, optimized scalp comfort)
100% coverage of white
Hair integrity protection with 2x more lipids
Supreme respect for your hair
INOA is a proven success in hair salons in over 40 countries. It is the hair color of the future.
You work hard to find the products and stylists that will get you perfect hair— and perfect color. How frustrating is it when that color doesn’t last? How do you make that color last as long as possible? The answers are easier than we imagined.
1. Avoid shampooing daily.
It may sound dirty, but almost everyone does not need to wash their hair every day. Frequent washing strips the hair of valuable oils that keep strands moisturized, and it strips out your color. Instead, try a messy updo or dry shampoo to refresh your hair between washing.
2. Use the correct styling products.
A lot of fading happens naturally, so hair doesn’t look as vibrant. Not using the right products will exacerbate that problem. It is important to use shampoos and conditioners made specifically for color-treated hair because others are too harsh and will strip the color quickly. I recommend to use L’Oréal Professionnel INOA Color Care Shampoo and Conditioner. It’s sulfate free and contains argan oil to replenish the lipids on the surface of the hair fiber for a smooth, shiny finish. Also, it has green tea extracts, which nourish your hair to protect and maintain our color.
3. Never jump into a pool or the ocean with dry hair.
Always wet it first with plain tap or bottled water. Strands will absorb the tap/bottled water and help prevent the chlorinated water from bleaching hair.
4. Beware excessive heat or cold.
You should always use tepid water when washing your hair to make the most of your color, and finish with a final rinse of cool water to seal your cuticle for optimal shine.
5. Seal in the color.
The more you color your hair and blow it dry, the more nutrients are lost, which is why it is so important to use a conditioning treatment to restore those nutrients. You can do a leave-on mask or you can do an oil treatment and sleep with it overnight. It’s almost like putting moisturizer on your face.
The sun will fade your color and turn blondes a little brassy. If you are going out in the sun, look for products with UV protection and protect your hair like you would your face. If you are planning on laying out for a few hours, try putting an oil on your strands, like L’Oréal Professionnel Mythic Oil Colour Glow.
Everything you need to know about the biggest colour trend since Holly Golightly’s highlights.
First aflutter in Vogue forums in 2005, balayage is the most popular hair colouring request in salons today. The go-to for modern, chic hair, balayage creates depth and dimension, and leaves you with a sun-kissed finish.
What is balayage?
Balayage is a French colouring technique that was developed in the 1970s. It’s a freehand technique where the colour is applied by hand rather than using the traditional foiling or cap highlighting techniques. Balayage can be used in even the shortest pixie crop however the best results is in hair below the shoulders.
You can achieve so many different effects from soft, natural highlights to something strong and punky. The fact it’s so low maintenance is such a drawcard for women too. People want to look fashionable and feel good about their appearance but in this day and age we don’t all have the time to be in the salon every few weeks for a touch up.
It’s also a very economical way to colour your hair as you never have a solid demarcation line or regrowth, so if you can’t afford to get it done for another month it won’t look atrocious. However, if your balayage isn’t done correctly you can end up with excessive overlapping that can cause damage.
Top maintenance tips.
Balayage will dry your hair out no more than classic foiling as long as you have a trained professional applying your color. As with foils you should always use salon professional shampoos and conditioners as well as have regular treatments. No matter what the technique, your colour will always look its best if your hair is in good condition.
To make an appointment with the first Certified Balayage Colorist in Denver call 720-917-5165
Much in the same way that a vintage Chanel bag looks better than one you just bought, haircolor seems its sexiest lived-in, as though you had it all along. Hairstylists refer to the emerging trend as “New Vintage” haircolor.
New Vintage color is close to a singular shade, but it naturally flows into different tones in a very gentle and subtle way. It can still be rich and shiny, but it’s never so showy that it screams ‘I just came from the salon,” at the prime of its color.
New Vintage is an alternative for brunettes opting for standard blonde highlights. Brunettes can benefit from strategically placed low-lights or mid-lights, which can flow more naturally than blonde highlights.
It creates haircolor with deeper roots and lighter ends to mimic how natural blond hair really looks.
The effect is not as obvious or as structured as traditional highlights. New Vintage creates a look that’s worn, not weathered.
New Vintage looks more natural than traditional coloring, and grows out with you looking great!