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Hair Colour & Styling

Not just for blondes and not just for colour (even though we are very good at it!) Our stylists always carefully consider your face shape and recommend the best look to compliment your features, whether it's a new soft fringe or growing some old layers longer, you can be sure you are in excellent hands. 

Our meticulous attention to detail is what makes our colouring second to none. From creating delicate, barely there colour to full on traffic stopping Blondes, Brunettes and Redheads, we have the expertise to create it, maintain it or change it!

Our team love to see photos or pictures - if it's a look you have had before and loved, or a picture of your favourite celebrity hairstyle, bring it along and the team will take inspiration from that look.


Hair Colour and styling in Biggleswade

Balayage, put simply is a freehand colouring technique that Chloe practised long before it became the fashionable, must have technique. Chloe and her team have developed different combinations of balayage to suit different hair types to achieve bespoke results. Outlined below are our most demanded techniques:


Super soft and subtle balayage to give the effect of having been on a summer holiday at any time of year.

Invisible highlights

For those who are naturally very light but require some brightening without commitment to colour regrowth.

Highlights & Balayage

The usual set of highlights with added lightness on the mid-lengths and ends. A great way to lighten hair when traditional highlights are not light enough.

Back to back highlights

For the lightest blonde without going for an all out scalp bleach. Gives a very blonde result with a rock chic Rooty look.


It's vitally important to incorporate a shape for the hair to compliment a new colour. The style should work with the texture of the hair with a realistic goal based on lifestyle and time dedicated to styling. We often recommend our keratin smoothing treatment when we think it would be beneficial for the manageability of the hair style.

Our most sort after shape of the moment is the 70's inspired shag cut, for those who love layers it's time to increase the volume and pull out the hairspray! For non-layer lovers the thick boho-bounce with natural movement is still an 'in demand' look.



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