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Your service includes:

  • Desired full head of highlights
    • For a natural, sun-swept look, balayage highlights are the perfect option. If you prefer uniform highlighted strands from root to ends throughout your hair, foils are your best bet. That being said, you do have the option to get both at the same time.
  • Toner gloss shine
    • Gloss and toner are like the hair color version of that—they seal the deal. To get a little more specific, they can neutralize brassiness for lightened hair, enrich your color (whether natural or dyed), help camouflage greys, and so much more.
  • Deep conditioning treatment Keune Hair Spa Bath. 
  • Hair cut, and blow-dry.
    • Best tip! Are bangs in for 2022?
      Haircuts with bangs are a classic, they have been with us forever and they will not disappear in this century. We just have to keep reinventing them to keep them modern and up-to-date. The bangs will be very fashionable in 2021 2022. Blunt, asymmetrical or angular sides will be used that give a nice image
  • Your Service: Total Time 3 hours, once your appointment is booked you will be redirected to the Evelina Kemp hair and beauty website.

    Perk: Prepay and book receive 20% Discount read our terms and conditions.

    Terms and Conditions: Cancellation Policy; if you cancel the booking up to one day before the meeting time, you will be entitled to a full refund. If you cancel the booking within one day of the meeting time, you will be entitled to a refund of 50% of the service cost.

    Reschedule Policy; If you reschedule the booking up to one day before the meeting, you will not be charged a rescheduling fee. If you reschedule the booking within one day of the meeting time, your reschedule fee will be 20% of the service cost.

    Go Grey Gracefully – Whether You Cover It Up Or Not!

    Welcome to our new post, Evelina Kemp Hair and Beauty. Think of it as your direct line to the designers, stylists, beauty experts, editors, and tastemakers who are shaping the fashion and beauty world.

    The epic battle between blondes and brunettes is well-fought, but there’s a new player making waves in the hair game. Celebrities of all ages have embraced the grey hair trend, from Jennifer Lawrence

    Most recently, Jennifer Lawrence traded in her bright blonde locks for a new silver 'do, proving just how glamorous this icy hue can be.
    to Jamie Lee Curtis, The moment when you discover your first grey hair is something of a universal rite of passage.
    “This is how I’m doing now,” she wrote. And it’s not the first time the actress has revealed her natural appearance. and more recently, Demi Moore. The trend unravels through a variety of dye jobs, such as solid grey, grey ombre,
    A fabulous ombre fade from black to gun-metal gray to silver-white.

    Grey balayage

    Blonde and grey blend

    embrace your grey hair, learn how to make the most of your grey hair.

    Want to know more about Hair Colour book an appointment at Evelina Kemp Hair and Beauty and ask about what is best for your grey hair.

    Move Over, Balayage! ‘Shatush’ Is The Hottest New Salon Technique That Gives You Amazing Sunkissed Hair

    The hairdressing world is a fickle old place. One minute we’re all embracing our mermaid waves and the next we’re chopping off our ends in favour of a pixie crop. We can barely keep up either.

    But one hairdressing technique that’s stood the test of time is balayage. Balayage is the ultimate minimal-maintenance colour technique we’ve been turning to for years for that subtly sun-kissed hue that grows out so seamlessly.

    The colouring technique involves sweeping sections of hair lightly with blonde and golden highlights. But, unlike other colouring techniques, the highlights are blended seamlessly throughout lengths (think soft caramels harmonised with luminous blondes) to ensure that there’s never a band of colour or tell-tale roots left visible. In fact, it only gets better and more blended with time.

    It’s not new – it’s been a favourite among celebrities and influencers for years – but because the technique gives such pretty dimension, it’s not going anywhere fast. However, it has been updated. Pro stylists have continued to experiment with new colour combinations and application techniques to make the finish softer and more beautiful than ever before and one such technique just landed from Italy, and we predict it’s going to be major this summer.

    The updated version of the technique is called Shatush, a free hand technique that only highlights hair that would be sun-kissed. Domenico Casella, a new senior colourist at Neville Hair & Beauty, has brought the technique over from Italy with him and people are going wild for it.

    “Similar to balayage, Shatush is extremely soft and the results subtle,” he explains. “It’s the perfect colour service for those wishing to add dimension to their hair.” Domenico cleverly creates the look by using his finger tips and a cone only. By using his fingertips and hands to apply the colour, this enables him to delicately place colour. A brush stroke can have a more pronounced effect but Domenico likes working with his hands as he is more in control with the sensitivity of the hair.

    As for the cone, this is used to achieve a gradient effect, he says. “The hair closer to the cone is darker and more blended, whereas the external hair which surrounds the face is brighter and lighter in colour.” By using the cone, he can achieve a similar effect to balayage, and by using his hands on the cone he has more versatility and can create colour without using foils, which is ultimately better for the condition of the hair and also helps protect it from the heat. Genius.

    “This technique is better suited to someone who is really looking for a natural effect, less fuss, less regrowth,” he said. “The results of the hybrid colour with the cone are more natural and unlike standard balayage, the hybrid colour technique is extremely visual.”