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Protect & keep the shine of your highlights with our Blondifier Cool Shampoo & Conditioner! Receive a 20% discount on any retail purchase with your first highlight service at Inscape.
Valid for new clients or existing clients who have not previously had this service at Inscape Beauty Salon.
What will L’Oréal Professional SerieExpert Blondifier Gloss do for My Hair?
- Enhances multi-dimensional shine of blonde hair
- Provides nourishment
- Helps to smooth damaged hair
- Gently cleanses
SERIE EXPERT Blondifier Cool Shampoo: This creamy shampoo gently cleanses and brightens the hair, neutralizes undesired yellow tones for a cool blonde effect & adds shine. It comes Polyphenols, which are present in both the Açai berry extract and purple pigments.
SERIE EXPERT Blondifier Conditioner: This lightweight conditioner helps to enhance the multidimensional radiance & shine of blonde hair and leaves hair soft, shiny and easy to detangle.
Partial & Full Highlight Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Partial Highlight Service?
A partial highlight is a service that applies highlights to only part of your head for a brightening or framing effect. Depending on the look you are trying to achieve, the highlights may only be added to the top layer of your hair, or they may be added to the front sections. With partial highlights, the possibilities are endless.
Partial highlights can be very natural looking and are designed to lighten the hair in a similar manner to the way the sun would lighten your hair, although a partial highlight service can be dramatic and bold as well by only placing a few, heavy highlights in one specific area of your hair. Additionally, keep in mind you cannot go '“full blond" or change color dramatically with only partial highlights because you will always have natural color on at least half of your head of hair.
Partial highlights are considered to be a low maintenance option compared to full highlights. In terms of maintenance, the main difference between partial and full highlights is that it is less obvious when your color starts to grow out if you only have partial highlights.
What is a Full Highlight Service?
A full highlight service involves highlighting the hair in every section of your head from the nape of your neck to the hairline in your fringe and everywhere in between. Full highlights can be very heavy in nature allowing for a natural brunette to become a beach blonde, or they can be very designed to only slightly lighten all of your hair.
Many women that love the look of a full highlight will opt to alternate between full and partial highlight appointments to save money, as the highlights placed in the back of the head don't show the same growth as the highlights on the top of the head.
How long does it take to receive FULL Highlight service?
On average, a full highlight service takes up to 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on length and texture of hair.
What are the benefits of L’oréal Serie-expert Blondifier Gloss hair product?
L’Oréal Professionnal Serie Expert Blondifier Shampoo & Conditioner were created specially for blond or highlighted hair ONLY. It is advised to use these products after a partial or full highlight service in order to stop any inevitable brassiness or overly warm tones. These products were made for the client who wants to illuminate & restore their blond hair; thus extending their next highlight visit.
How long do I have to wait to wash my hair?
There is no wait time needed to wash your hair after a highlight service. You can wash your hair as soon as you need to.
How long DO full highlights last?
The color change from highlighting is permanent. Therefore, your highlights will only go away as the new growth emerges.
Most people find that they need to have their highlights retouched every six to eight weeks. Since the hair grows an average of 1/2-inch per month, at the end of eight weeks you will have an average area of one inch at the scalp where the natural color is present before the highlighting color appears.