There is a range for color pricing because there are many variables that affect our cost to perform the service. One variable is time. Longer, thicker hair takes more time. It takes more individual foils, more brush strokes and more of everything , which adds to the cost. Special effects and precise pattern placements can also take longer. Additionally, the more hair you have, the more product we use on it, and hair color is the most expensive cost we incur outside of payroll. Your service provider will adjust the price to account for the unique requirements of your hair. First time color guests are recommended to schedule a consultation prior to your appointment day to assure proper scheduling time and pricing before work begins.
A stylist’s prices are also based on their industry experience and the amount of advanced education they have obtained. In general, you pay more for experience and advanced training. Feel free to request a stylist in the price range you are comfortable.