Single Process Color $60+
Single Process Color – ($60+) Single process generally refers to coloring your hair one color. Provides 100% gray coverage for all hair types. Colors can be kept natural or more trendy. Color can be applied with permanent or semi-permanent formulations, this also adds shine and conditioning agents.
What Is Single Process Coloring?
Single process typically refers to coloring your whole head one single color. This includes colors which appear more natural, such as varying shades of brown, red, black, or blonde. It also includes trendy or wild colors, such as wine, burgundy, or even pink, green, blue, purple. The options are virtually limitless. Sometimes, single process coloring is done prior to dimensional pieces being added or done as part of a brand-new haircut.
Color can be applied with permanent or semi-permanent formulas. Permanent formulas will grow out over time and don’t tend to change as quickly as semi-permanent formulas. These formulas are most often seen with natural hair colorings. Semi-permanent formulas, which are often used with wilder coloring, tend to fade out after numerous washes. It is important to know that the way coloring fades, as well as the amount of time it takes to do so, depends on many factors. A few of these include:
- Thickness and health of hair
- How your hair takes to the coloring
- How often you wash your hair
- Heat sources applied to your hair
Benefits of Single Process Color
There are many benefits to having your hair professionally done with a single process color. The main benefit, of course, is that it offers 100% gray coverage for all hair types. During the coloring process, shine and conditioning agents are also added to your hair. This means you will leave the salon with shinier, healthier hair than you came in with.
Sometimes just making an alteration in your appearance can make you feel like a hundred bucks. This, too, can be a benefit of single process coloring. You will feel good, and love the way your new color looks, which can help to boost your confidence and self-esteem.
What To Expect
Hair color will be applied to your entire head, and will need to sit for an appropriate amount of time to process correctly. Depending on whether you are going lighter or darker, your hair may need to be lightened prior to applying the color. Your stylist will explain to you what they will be doing ahead of time, so you can be prepared.
The exact cost of single process coloring will depend on a few varied factors, specifically in regard to how much color is needed – as well as whether or not lightener will be applied first. Hair that is especially long or thick may need more color than the average person to cover the entire head.
Remember that creating the perfect look takes time, so please leave enough room in your schedule for your stylist to work their magic.