Hair Color & Highlights

We make sure to use the best quality hair-colouring products.
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Your hair is in good hands with us when it comes to coloring and highlighting.
From dramatic highlights and coloring to colors that brings out your natural beauty,
we make it all happen for you.

At Martha's inspiration, we use the best quality hair-coloring products that do not only protect your hair but also bring out its natural shine and beauty.

Martha's is always ready to advise you on choosing colours that will work well for you.

BALAYAGE

This technique is where color is applied freehand to the surface of hair. The color is “hand swept” by the colorist from mid-shaft to ends, which differs from traditional highlights that are applied from the base of the hair. More natural-looking highlights that are a bit easier to maintain.

PINTURA

Similar to balayage, but for curly-haired ladies. This technique also paints color directly to the strands in specific patterns (depending on the desired effect).Since stylists can choose exactly where to place color, the final result adds dimension and light-reflecting qualities specific to each client.

OMBRÉ

This look is generally low-maintenance and uses the balayage technique to paint color onto the bottom half of the hair length. (Balayage is the technique; ombré is the look.). Hair is colored darker at the roots (or left alone if naturally dark) and fades to a lighter hue at the ends (or vice versa)

PARTIAL HIGHLIGHTS

These highlights are placed around the face, though some stylists place the highlights on the top layers of the hair. Make sure to clarify which area the partial highlights will be applied to. The addition of face-framing color can add volume and body to hair, though may appear dramatic if lower layers are much darker than highlights.

FULL HIGHLIGHTS

Like it sounds, the color is applied to every section of your head, from the nape of your neck to your hairline. The highlight color usually appears in greater contrast to the original hair color and can look quite dramatic if a very light hue is chosen for dark hair. Conversely, they can also appear the most natural--if similar colors are blended together