If you’re looking for experienced, professional blonde hair specialists on the Sunshine Coast, you’ve come to the right place…
Here at Ms Monaco Hair Society, we love blondes! We’re passionate about creating that perfect shade of blonde for you, and have extensive experience in all of the latest trends and techniques for blonde hair.
Foilyage – if you like the foiled look but like to keep a soft blend between your regrowth and the lighter shade then Foliage is the technique for you. With a soft tease or blend upwards towards the root the regrowth are maintains a soft blend between dark and light. Foils can be strategically placed to suit.
This is also a fabulous technique to create dimension in a brunette or reversed to add colour back into an all over blonde.
Balayage is a colour technique that gives a natural sun kissed look but keeping the regrowth area more natural to allow a soft grow out. Balayage can be created in many colours from beachy blonde to vibrant red.
All you have to do is talk to your stylist so we can determine your favourite shades.
Ombre is typically a two toned colour – starting darker at the roots and lightening in colour as it reaches the ends, creating a ‘shadowy’ effect. While perfect for blondes, ombre is very versatile and can be used with any colour combination.
Since the haircolor placement is not strict but done gradually, ombre provides a low maintenance but striking hair colour.
Shadow Root is the new toning trend perfect for blondes who are looking for a low maintenance colour. Ideal for any season, a shadow root makes fearing dark roots a thing of the past.
The shadow root technique allows either your natural root shade to shine through as part of your overall colour, or roots of a different shade can be created and blended.
Colour melting is a signature toning technique that is designed to suit each individual. Usually a blend of 3 colours we met them from a darker shade at the regrowth to a lighter shade at the ends creating a beautiful melt transitioning through the colours.
Whether you’re getting lowlights, highlights or a new global hair colour, a colour melt is all about that flawless melted effect.