Have you ever sat down in your artist’s chair and been at a loss of words trying to explain your “perfect look”..
We’ve created a little “Rootz Color Code Dictionary” for you to help build your confidence and understanding while visiting us.
The ability for a hair color to cover greys.
The range of tones in your hair. Dimension can be added using highlights or lowlights.
The all over color of hair before adding dimension with highlights and lowlights.
Delicate highlights to create a subtle and dimensional look that mimics children’s hair.
Isolating selected strands of hair and making them lighter than the base color. Highlights add dimension to hair and are created with hair tools like brushes, combs, foils and a hair cap.
Dimension and depth are created using color darker than the base hair color
A french word meaing “to paint”. A hair painting technique used to create a natural and soft lightened look. VERY POPULAR!
The gradual shift of tone from dark to light
When a color tends toward blue, violent, or green tone. Cool hair colors include espresso, ash, plum reds, and platinum blonde.
The opposite side of the tone spectrum, including yellows, oranges, and red tones. Warm hair colors include chestnut, golden blonde and copper.
We hope this helps you communicate with your artist and we look forward to seeing you soon!