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For those who seek a hand-blended custom colour, it's all about the balayage. This French technique, first developed in the '70s, promises beautiful tonal variation and a soft, subtle finish. It's fancy. So, we've rounded up the best salons in Toowoomba for you to consider. Prices start at $5 and time-wise, you're looking at around 105 minutes. See you in the chair.
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Expect to set aside about 105 minutes on average for your balayage appointment.
Balayage is a French word which means to sweep or paint. It's a hair colouring technique that “paints” the hair to give a natural, blended look with no obvious regrowth lines.
Balayage is a great option for those who love a natural hair colour look and want to avoid harsh regrowth lines.
Do not wash your hair for 48 to 72 hours after your first treatment and make sure to use salon shampoo and conditioner to keep your hair looking great.
Every four to six weeks is a good rule of thumb for a touch up and a full appointment every three to four months.
Most hair colourists agree that balayage is less damaging to your hair than other conventional techniques which use foil and heat to set the colour.
Balayage costs $180 on average. The price goes up or down depending on your hair length and thickness and how much you're changing up your colour.