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Here at Lumie Salon, a New Jersey based Hair Salon we are dedicated to delivering the best in color and technique to our guests. Wether its Balayage, Sombre, Babylights, Highlights, Single Process or having some fun with Fashion hair color, you can be rest assured that our artists will deliver the best results.
Lumie Salon New Jersey is rated as one of the top hair salons in NJ and we offer a full menu of color services.
We are known for our bespoke hair color, creating lived in color for our guests, we are also known for color correction. Our team of hair colorists, come highly recommended and are equipped with the most advanced education, technical tools and experience and will guide you through an in-depth consultation. A Lumie hair colorist will take into consideration your color history, recommend suitable color technique and create a custom hair color for you. We are able to do this because we use the best color products.
TIGI , ALFAPARF, WELLA, LOREAL PROFESSIONAL, SCRUPLES, JACK WINN PRO, OYA, SHADES EQ, OLAPLEX
Due to our range of products our color technicians are able to achieve any results based on their creative vision.
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Balayage | Hair Painting NJ
What is Balayage?
Balayage is a French word, meaning “to sweep” or “to paint”. It is a technique for coloring hair in which the color is hand painted onto the hair to give it a natural, gradual transition with no obvious or harsh lines.
Lumie color specialists use various tones of light and dark to create dimensional color, leaving the hair with a blended, natural, lived in sun-kissed glow.
The creative freedom of this technique allows for customisation and ensures a natural placement look that once your hair grows out , it will still look just as good!
Highlights | Babylights | Lowlights | Foilyage
WHAT ARE HIGHLIGHTS?
While the highlighting process has evolved over time, today it still remains one of the most popular hair salon services requested.
There are many different types of highlights to create the vision you want:
Highlights add dimension and texture to your hair by isolating select strands of your hair to make it lighter than the base or natural color. This technique is achieved through the usage of foils throughout the entire head to ensure that the strands being lightened are not affecting the base color. A common notion is that highlights are perceived to be only blonde coloring; however, you can ask for any color lighter than your base color!
Foilyage is a technique of free form painting known as balayage, but with the added benefit of foils underneath.
Foilyage is used for the client with darker hair that wants a blended look and lighter blonde that balayage alone cannot achieve.
It gives a natural lived in look and does not compromise the integrity of the hair, it gives a lived in look and a seamless grow out.
Lowlights are strands that are a shade or two darker than your base color, contrasting with the rest of your hair.
The main aim of lowlights is to add dimension and natural-looking volume to your hair by creating almost invisible shadows that though make a big difference.
By darkening these pieces of hair, it adds depth and contrast. If by chance your hair is overly light, whether you have blonde or light brown hair or you find that the highlights you do have, lack dimension, adding lowlights can be the solution!
Double Process Color
Double process is typically used when lightening hair by more than two shades. First, the hair is bleached to remove natural or colored hair pigments. Then, pigment is added into the bleached or lightened hair to create the desired shade.
Single Process Color
A one step coloring technique which aims to either color your hair from your roots to end, or just a root touch up. A single process can also either cover or blend your grays for a more natural
look! The type of coloring can either be permanent, demi permanent or a glaze.
What is Sombre
Sombre is similar to an ombre color but more subtle and soft. This style is growing in popularity as a more “grown up” or conservative approach to the ombre. The roots are usually kept your natural color with slightly lighter color on the ends. Sombre is lower maintenance and especially ideal for brunettes, adding caramel, blonde, golden, or honey tones to brighten up the ends. The lighter sections start higher, giving you a more blended, gradual fade without regrowth.