Fifty shades that aren't gray
Sunday, July 22, 2012
For many women, the fun of fashion and beauty is the opportunity for self-expression through personal style. Hair coloring is one way to experiment with a new look that can be a dramatic change or a just a subtle difference.
Color service makes up a large part of business for some area salons. Head Lines Salon said about 75 percent of their appointments include a color service.
Catherine Crum, owner of Catherine Crum the Salon and Spa, also counts color service as one of her establishment’s most popular offerings.
“The number one request for women who want to look younger is to add shine to their hair,” said Vanessa Stuckenschneider, a stylist at Head Lines Salon. “Color makes that happen.”
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