Compton Hair salon announces its hair coloring services to clients
Released on: September 15, 2008, 4:47 am
Press Release Author: Jim Wilson
Press Release Summary: Compton Hair Salon is going to offer you great services for hair coloring which includes cutting, colouring, straightening, perming, styling and extensions.
Press Release Body: Compton Hair, a London based salon, offers a variety of services by very experienced and perfect technicians. The services offered by them include hair cutting, straightening, colouring, styling, extensions and perming at reasonable prices. Compton Hair also offers a free consultation for 15 minutes, with their experts of respective services before any appointments. Zoltan Vargyai, the Creative Director, holds over ten years of experience, in hair creativity and techniques in Hungary, Italy, Spain, and France. He believes that hair should be naturally healthy, perfectly cut, and nicely styled. Constant improvement is a regular feature of the salon and it makes a point to evolve and learn new techniques time to time. The employees and experts gain knowledge from all over the world. The establishment uses the academy techniques of Vidal Sassoon, Toni and Guy, L'Oreal Academy etc. The services offered by them are as follows: Colouring In hair colouring Compton Hair uses vegetable colour, semi permanent color, and permanent colour and high-low lights. Colour change and correction is also done. Vegetable hair colour happens to be the safest colour for hair. Compton Hair is approved by LíOreal to use their Symbio line of hair colour. Symbio is a conditioning treatment that leaves hair lack-luster. LíOreal permanent hair color system is also used that gives the hair conditioning, strong colour and auto protection. Four different types of LíOreal colors are used by Compton Hairs for semi permanent hair color: Richesse de Diacolour, Gelee, Richesse, and High Richesse which nourish condition and provide shimmering effects to the hair. Cutting
Compton hair gives hair cuts with the aim of enhancing the client's total look, as well as to suit their lifestyle and personality. Photos really are the best way to let a stylist know what you want, although if you do not go in with a photograph of your dream cut they have plenty of style magazines there for you to explore. After the cut, our stylists make recommendations for home care products and show you hints and how-to's to style your new cut yourself at home.
Compton hair was the first salon in Europe to use the Japanese Yuko technique and the British Vogue in 2002 rated the technicians of Compton Hair as the most experienced. This treatment makes the hair straight for a few months. First a skin test is performed to make sure you are not allergic to the product. L'Oreal's X-Tenso Cera Thermic treatment works by dividing the hair into small sections and then straightening each of them with flat irons. Each of the sections is treated with a straightening cream containing Ceramide to make each section straight, soft and shiny. Ionic retuxturising can help you achieve a style without the frizz, cut down styling time for straight styles, and make hair revitalized, smooth and shiny. It straightens hair with no risk of damage and helps to repair and regenerate hair. Wella straight enables you to have your hair coloured and straightened at the same time. This treatment comes in handy for those who like to totally reinvent their look without giving up the health and shine of their hair.
Extensions Bonding It is the most popular and most common method of applying extensions. The hair is applied to your own using an applicator fed with hot wax and last up to 3 months once applied. Glam movie star rivals Jennifer Anniston and Angelina Jolie use raccoon. It is the top of the line hair extension technique that can turn short, all-too-thin hair into long, luxurious locks that add glamour to your already-gorgeous looks. Temporary Extensions mean having extensions for a week or two. These are perfect for a night out or special occasion. For further information or bookings log on to http://www.comptonhair.co.uk/