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This time, Art - Noise Singapore opened a special hair coloring page.
You can tell stylist easily if you can see various colors when you choose by referring to this page.
Also I will answer if there is a request such as wanting to post such hair color.
By posting plenty of hair colors that match the image of your choice, you should be able to serve as a page for coloring.
In addition, it may be requested that we want you to post your hair color from the stylist, so at that time you will be saved if you can cooperate.
It is an introduction page of coloring that Art-Noise adheres.
Crazy color Mainly crazy color is a hair color which uses colors that are close to the primary colors on bleached hair. You can enjoy the color that you want as the bleaching will minimize the brown color, therefore, the color will not get mixed and you will be able to enjoy the pure color that you want. Some people may have prejudice that crazy color is a hair color that is mixed with many colors but you can actually enjoy crazy color with just one color. Recently, a mix of few colors such as pink-ash, blue-ash are popular.
ombre color is suitable for a long hair length. You can enjoy the coloring from the middle to ends of your hair. the trend started in the US and Europe, and now it is popular in the Asia country like here in Singapore. In addition, the recent trend is to add colors on the ombre, which will be the mix of ombre and crazy color.
standard hair color will make it look artificial as it colors the the hair one tone from the roots to the ends.
balayage is a technique that leaves the black roots and colors towards the ends of the hair. That way it will look more natural.
It can make you look stylish like the westerners.
It is a coloring technique that makes your hair look balanced and have better impression. The hair color gets brighter from the roots towards the ends of the hair.
Mainly all coloring is based on this gradual color technique. In contrast, coloring that roots are brighter makes the hair color unbalanced and it will not give a good impression. This is the most basic of the hair color.
grey color is a popular hair color which also started to trend in japan few years back. It is a hair color such as ash color, grey-ish coloring. Here in Singapore, many salons and makers are competing on how real and stylish can they express the silver color. At Art-Noise, we have a range of grey color, from a striking grey to a soft grey depending on our customer's request.
Highlight is one of the common hair color technique and it is known to have contrast. At Art-Noise we aim to achieve a stylist look from the common highlights.
there is a technique called weaving and we differentiate the highlights with thick and thin strain. We can also add few colors on the weaving for more variations.
Inner color is a coloring that colors only the inner part of the hair. It is only seen when hair is tied up or blown in the wind. It is trending in Singapore too. We will recommend to our customer the most suitable inner color for them judging from their hair color on the surface, and color that is suitable for the customer. We recommend to customer who want a little accent.
The base colour for greyage is a blend of both grey and beige colours. This is different from ash colours because it is recommended for those with a tendency for their hair to turn reddish (due to the pigments found in the individual's hair). This colour allows your hair to have a sheer effect with the image of a foreigner. This has been popular in Tokyo and in other parts of Japan.
This is a two-step colouring process: the bleach will go on first before the selected colour is applied. For those who are looking for bright hair colours, it would be possible to bring out the shine as the hair's melanin contents would be suppressed with the bleach for the colour to go on nicely.
This is a method to remove the previous hair colour which might be preventing the new hair colour from turning out nicely. The old hair colour is covered up by 'removing' the colour so that the new hair colour will match the preferred shade as much as possible. The same colouring technique is also used for when an individual wants to adjust his/her hair colour just by a little bit. This process takes place at the shampooing area, with the colour solution mixed in with the shampoo gel and then applied onto the hair.
Normally, a hair colour would bring about some damage because it's a chemical service. For acid colours, each strand of hair has an individual coat to help protect the hair, which also allows for the hair to retain its shine and softness. With acid colours, the colour will be better absorbed into the hair, so it is also possible with white hair. This would be for those who are looking at electric/crazy bright colours.
As per the name, Section Colour means that only a selected section of the hair would be coloured. For example, only the inner parts of the fringe will be coloured so as to bring out the fashionista in a person. This has been a popular choice in Singapore recently because it still looks natural, compared to a choice like Crazy Colour (wherein the hair is fully dyed to a brighter colour).
Two-toned colour sees the hair being coloured with 2 shades. This is possible with either 2 colours which are of similar hues or tones, or 2 colours which are on different spectrums of the colour range. A technique like this has countless possibilities for the individual who is looking for an image change.
This is a method whereby all the red pigments are entirely removed to achieve a blonde colour which is similar to many foreigners. Basically the blonde shade is bright (minus the red pigments, which is more prevalent in Asians) and many people have mistook it for an ash colour or yellowish shade. They are similar, but a full blonde would mean something with a white base than a yellow base. As such, many people in Japan and Singapore have been trying this out in an attempt to reduce the amount of red pigments in their hair to go for a cooler shade of colour when they want to change their hair colour.