Our hair stylists excel at finding the style that best suits you from edgy to classic
ChildrenFrom $15 *Under 10 years old
Base Color/ RetouchFrom $55
Full Color RefreshFrom $65
Full FoilFrom $90
Partial FoilFrom $75
Color W/Full FoilFrom $140
Color W/Partial FoilFrom $120
Full Dimensional ColorFrom $110
Partial Dimensional ColorFrom $70
Corrective ColorPrices quoted by consultation only
Spiral PermFrom $120
Keratin Smoothing TreatmentFrom $225 This smoothing treatment lasts for 4-6 months depending on the care taken and takes about 2 hours to complete. This service can also be done the same day as a color service.
Keratin Express Blow OutFrom $175 This express blow out lasts for 4-6 weeks depending on the care taken and takes an hour without paired with another service.
Blow Dry StyleFrom $25
Flatiron StyleFrom $35
Dress WorkFrom $75
Bridal StylingFrom $85
Bridal PartiesContract Required
Dream Catcher ExtensionsConsult Required to price the hair itself. Application is $100/hour. We will not apply any hair that is not purchased through us without a signed waiver.
SoCap ExtensionsConsult Required to price the hair itself. Application is $100/hour. We will not apply any hair that is not purchased through us without a signed waiver.
Eyebrow DesignFrom $12
Full LegsFrom $70
Half LegsFrom $35
A little extra pampering while you're here.
Brow TintingFrom $15
Deep Conditioning TreatmentFrom $15
Lash Extension StripsFrom $10
Lash ExtensionsFrom $25
Makeup Lesson & ApplicationFrom $75
Makeup ApplicationFrom $40
Bridal & Formal Makeup ApplicationFrom $50 *Some bridal makeup application appointments may require a contract.
The HaircutThe first component of any haircutting technique is the tool. Whether using straight shears (scissors), chunking shears, blending shears, or a razor, the goal is to cut hair. Each tool has a specific result that can often be duplicated by another tool, but the understanding of how to hold, angle, and move the tool is the foundation of all hair cutting. Some techniques that we employ are straight cutting, point cutting, slithering, slashing, sliding, and effleurage. Not all techniques are appropriate for all hair types or hairstyles. We carefully match the technique to the client’s hair type and the style desired
Wet CuttingCutting wet hair is the standard technique of the hair industry. Wet hair allows for precise cuts and control of different hair textures. We also prefer to only razor cut on wet hair to minimize damage and split ends and will use various shear techniques, though not all, for the same reasons. The disadvantage is that wet hair does not behave in the same manner as dry hair, and natural texture may change the shape of the cut as it dries
Dry Cutting(Not recommended for every client) dry cutting allows the stylist to see the result while working and gives a creative stylist the ability to sculpt. It is a perfect technique for naturally straight hair. The disadvantage is that natural texture is not considered. The client leaves the salon with straight hair, and clients with curly hair may have an oddly shaped result when they wear their hair curly. Also, clients with fine hair often experience damage after repeated dry cuts
Wet Into Dry CuttingIn many respects, this is the best of both worlds. The structure of the cut is done wet giving a solid foundation to the cut followed by dry detailing. It also gives many more styling options.
Razor Cutting(Not recommended for every client) the razor has come in and out of fashion over the years and is now the industry’s trendiest tool. The highly textured looks seen in fashion are most efficiently made with the razor. It is easy to use but difficult to master. Many clients fear it because it can remove a great deal of hair in a few strokes. This is also the reason stylists love it. The same results may be achieved with shears but with greater effort
Clipper CuttingWe tend not to use clippers very often because the surface of clippered hair is too uniform. It is a tool that we respect but prefer the results from using shear over comb. Though some men’s haircuts require the use of the clipper
Hair ColorColor techniques are as varied as the spectrum of colors we can achieve. All of our staff specialize in both color and cutting. Our specialists understand the integral connection between cut and color. It would take a while to list all of the different color techniques we use, so let’s just say that they include but are not limited to foil highlights, single process, double process, paneling, slicing, weaving, and balayage and ombre. And our stylists are constantly attending classes and shows to stay current on the latest and greatest in the hair industry
Hair Color Terms Defined
Single ProcessAn all over color, usually applied just at the root area. It may also be a root to end application, but there is typically an additional charge because a great deal more color is used
TonerSome colors, usually blondes, require a toner to achieve the desired color, especially after lightening
HighlightHis is a broad term that covers the use of multiple colors or the selective coloring of hair. Foils, caps, and balayage (color painted directly on the hair) are among the techniques covered by this term. The most common is the foil highlight
Dimensional ColorThis is the use of two or more colors to achieve a shadowing effect