of in Yorktown, the first salon completely devoted to hair color, I am happy to provide guidance on this topic.
The easiest way to start a consultation is by describing what you don’t like about your hair. This way the colorist will have a clear idea of what to stay away from.
Color is subjective; we all see it differently and describe it differently.
For example, when you say red someone else may see Gold or Mahogany. Since there are an infinite amount of shades, techniques and color placement, the best thing to do is bring pictures of color(s) and style(s) you like. From there, the colorist will show you a color chart where you can see shades that fall within the range of your choice and you can eliminate the shades you do not care for.
The colorist will use this information to blend shades and create a personalized hair color customized just for you. Your eye color and skin tone will give clues to whether you have a warm or cool underling pigment. This is important in order to determine the best color outcome.
Remember, “One shade does not a color make.”
It takes a variety of shades and tones to create the perfect, customized hair color!
Until next time.
Fusion Color Bar
3653 lee rd. Jefferson Valley NY 10535