Want something bold? Let's do it! Anything is possible with color, from soft accents to an entire head of vivid locks, and from frequent changes to full commitment.

The second part of a two-session corrective color. This client came in with solid green hair, but we were able to bring her first back to brunette, and then create this fiery red balayage for spring. All while maintaining the condition of her hair!

This client likes to take full advantage of the transience of fashion colors by trying something new each time. After lightening her new growth, we went for a blue and violet shadow root fading into a deep silver shade.

Fashion color can be as subtle or as bold as you want it! After retouching this client's golden-brown base, we chose a purple balayage and left out the top layers of her hair for soft, diffused color.

This client had wanted "galaxy hair" since high school. I was able to give him the colorful look he'd been dreaming of by prelightening, then applying bold stripes of four different colors.

For this client's first experience with color, they chose a vibrant emerald green, and a shaved side to go with it.

This soft pink was created first by balayaging the top half of the hair, then applying a rosy shade

For Pride weekend, we created a colorblocked pastel look representing the Transgender Pride flag, then brought them back to blonde two weeks later.

We pre-lightened this client's new growth, then used a hand-painting technique to blend their previous color into a purple-to-pink ombre.

Smoky silver! This client came to me expecting a third exhausting bleach and tone, but we were able to create this stormy color without further lightening.