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Sunkissed Salon

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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Our Services

Ombre Balayage
Balayage comes from the French word meaning "to sweep" or sweeping motion produced by the brush when the colorist paints swatches of hair. Balayage is a freehand technique in which swatches of hair are carved out from the whole head of hair and painted with a lightener. This is done throughout the head and gives a natural look with a gradient look from dark to light.
Women's Hair Cut - Kacie Nguyen
Ombre Balayage - Kimberly Ha
Baby Highlights - Kimberly Ha
Ombre Balayage - Kacie Nguyen
Baby Highlights
Highlights is a lightening process that uses foils throughout the head to create lighter strands of hair. The difference between full highlights and baby highlights is the size of the highlights. The size of highlights, the level of lightness, the tone, and the placements are all left to the colorist based on the look the client wants, the kind of hair they have, and how blonde they wish to go.
Baby Highlights - Kacie Nguyen
Women's Hair Cut
Hair cut service alone, not adding other types of services.
Women's Hair Cut w/ bleach services
Hair cut service added to other bleaching/coloring/toning services during the same appointment time/date.
Color Correction
When a client comes in with multiple bands of different colors and tones, uneven re-growth, brassy highlights or faded lowlights throughout the hair that need to be corrected or "evened out".
Global Bleach
Global bleach is lightening the whole head with bleach to get the hair as blonde as possible.
Global Bleach Touch Up
Touch up outgrown roots from a previous Global Bleach service.
Tone - New Clients
Tone - Returning Client
Root Smudge w/ Tone
Root smudge/root melt is a process to darken your roots to create a more blended outcome.
Tint Touch Up
Color
Base Bump
Creative Color
Full Highlights
Highlights is a lightening process that uses foils throughout the head to create lighter strands of hair. The difference between full highlights and baby highlights is the size of the highlights. The size of highlights, the level of lightness, the tone, and the placements are all left to the colorist based on the look the client wants, the kind of hair they have, and how blonde they wish to go.
Partial Highlights
Partial Highlights are usually placed around the face or crown of your head for a brightening or framing effect.
Lowlights
Lowlights are darker pieces of hair going into your light hair.
Keratin Complex Treatment
Men's Haircut
Microblading Full Session
Women's Hair Cut - Kimberly Ha
Styles
curls & updos
Root Smudge w/ Tone - New Clients
Root smudge/root melt is a process to darken your roots to create a more blended outcome.

Our Staff