Highlights and Lowlights
Experience a hair colour transformation with bespoke highlights and lowlights at Aer Salons. Our expert team crafts custom colour plans to suit your individual style, ensuring a look that perfectly complements your features. During your consultation, we consider factors such as your hair type, skin tone, and personal preferences to craft the perfect colour blend for you.
Understanding Highlights and Lowlights
Highlights and lowlights are hair colouring techniques used to add dimension and depth to your hair. Highlights involve lightening select strands, while lowlights darken them. These techniques create a more dynamic and visually appealing look.
Our salon’s approach to Highlights and Lowlights
Our approach to highlights and lowlights is centred around your hair health and the perfect colour blend for your features.
Our colourists take the time to consult with you, examining your hair type, texture, and personal preferences to design a customised colour plan that enhances your natural beauty.
We utilise a range of techniques, including traditional foiling, balayage, and colour melting, to create a multi-dimensional, harmonious effect that will leave you feeling confident and radiant.
We also use only the highest quality products to protect and nourish your hair during the colouring process, ensuring a long-lasting result that will not compromise the health of your hair.
Our services include:
Classic foil highlights and lowlights: Traditional highlights and lowlights that are perfect for adding a subtle, natural-looking dimension to your hair.
Balayage and hair painting techniques: These methods create a soft, blended effect that works well on all hair types, from short pixie cuts to long, flowing locks.
Colour melting and other creative colour applications: Our colourists are trained in advanced colouring techniques, such as colour melting, to create a seamless blend of highlights and lowlights for a truly unique look.
Package options for combined services: Our packages offer combined services, including a range of treatments such as toning, glossing, and conditioning, to ensure your hair is in the best possible condition.
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Aftercare and Maintenance
To keep your highlights and lowlights looking their best, follow these tips:
- Use colour-safe shampoos and conditioners
- Apply heat protectant products before styling
- Schedule regular touch-up appointments
Highlights and Lowlights Pricing
- half head foil from £180
- half head balayage/shatush from £170
- roots + half head foil/balayage/shatush £200+
- full head foils from £260
Book Your Appointment
Ready to achieve a stunning hair colour transformation? Schedule a personalised consultation at Aer Salons today, and let our talented team create the perfect highlights and lowlights look for you.
What is the difference between highlights and lowlights?
Highlights involve adding lighter tones to your hair, while lowlights involve adding darker tones. The combination of both creates a multi-dimensional effect that adds depth and texture to your hair.
How often should I get highlights or lowlights?
It depends on the individual and the look you want to achieve. Generally, it is recommended to get highlights or lowlights every 8-12 weeks to maintain the colour and ensure it stays fresh.
Can I get highlights or lowlights on already coloured hair?
Yes, it is possible to add highlights or lowlights to already coloured hair. However, it’s important to consult with a professional colourist to ensure that the new colour won’t negatively interact with the existing colour.
Is there any special aftercare required for highlights or lowlights?
Yes, it’s important to use colour-safe shampoos and conditioners to maintain the vibrancy of your highlights or lowlights. It’s also recommended to avoid exposing your hair to excessive heat and sunlight, as this can cause the colour to fade more quickly.
Can I get highlights or lowlights if I have naturally curly hair?
Yes, highlights and lowlights can look great on naturally curly hair. Our experienced colourists will work with you to determine the best technique and placement to create a look that complements your unique hair texture and style.