Root/Color Touch-Up The price is $75-80 for any type of hair, long or short.
How long does hair color touch up last?
To hide gray between colorings root touch up kits were created to conceal regrowth. This permanent hair dye can last for four to six weeks with little fading.
What is a hair color touch up?
A single process touch-up is when you apply a color formula to deposit a permanent color to your hair. Typically known as a touch-up, the services are intended to cover grey, blend grey, go darker than your natural color, or up to 2-3 shades lighter than your natural color.
Should roots touch up or all over color?
The roots are the natural colour that need matching to the shade required. If that shade is generally staying the same as the natural colour, that's the only area that needs to be touched. If you keep lapping over the existing colour, you can cause more and more damage which isn't necessary.
How often should you touch up colored hair?
About every 4 to 8 weeks The answer to this age-old question requires considering many factors. But the short answer is about every 4 to 8 weeks to touch up the roots from an overall hair coloring job. But if you have had just highlights, lowlights, or balayage coloring, you can recolor as the shades grow out from your hair.
What is the difference between hair color and root touch up?
Let's start with explaining the difference. A root touch up is literally colouring the roots only. The roots are the areas near the scalp where the colour of the hair changes back to the natural colour as the hair grows. Full hear colour is when the whole head, scalp to tip, is coloured.