Deciding What Colour Treatment to Have

  • Colour Glossing

    A true semi permanent on natural hair. Ideal for first time colour clients. Lasts up to 10 shampoos. Blends firsts signs of grey up to 40%. Does not contain Ammonia or Peroxide. Gives fabulous shine and colour

  • Spot Colouring

    Going Grey? don’t really want to start colouring your hair all over? Then call the salon NOW! as we have created a simple method to remove grey hairs without colouring the whole head!

    (Please be aware, if you require EVERY grey hair to be coloured, this is not the service for you)

  • Semi Permanent Gloss

    Gradually shampoo’s out over a period of time, depending on hair’s natural porosity. Lasts up to 15 washes on natural hair. Does not give harsh re-growth lines. Can last longer or shorter on previously coloured hair. Ammonia free/

    Client’s note, when a semi is applied on top of another semi it begins to become more permanent

  • Root Tinting

    A method of permanently tinting the hair, giving optimal colour results. Superb coverage of the whole hair. Excellent colour balance and unrivalled shine.

  • Toning

    At The Purcell Rooms we have several ways to tone, counteract tones, such as yellow. Let us choose the best method for you after a full consultation.

  • Parting & Perimeter

    Colour is applied all around the perimeter and 4 sections, either side of the parting. Great for those of us who do not want to see sparkly grey hair at all.

  • Balyage

    Balayage is a French word meaning to sweep or to paint. It allows for a sun-kissed natural looking hair colour - similar to what nature gives us as children - with softer, less noticeable regrowth lines. The principal idea being less is more when creating soft, natural looks.

  • Ombre

    The hair world borrowed the term ‘Ombre’ from the french word meaning shaded or shading. Ombre hair color is generally darker at the roots through the mid-shaft and then gradually gets lighter from the mid-shaft to the ends. It is usually achieved using a balayage technique and is ideal for clients looking for a low-maintenance style. Colours can be extreme contrasts or derived from your own natural colour.

Box Colouring

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    Scatter Box

    Up to 12 packets scattered where you want.

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    T Box

    • Great to maintain a colour and keep costs down.
    • Foil packets are applied along the parting and 2 – 4 packets are applied at the temple perimeter area to hide re-growth where is is most seen
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    Half Box

    • Literally the front half of your head
    • From behind the ear, to the crown, to behind the ear
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    3/4 Box

    The same as a half box but going further down to underneath your occipital bone.

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    Full Box

    The Whole Head.