Double Process Coloring Cost: Blonde, Brown, Dark Hair Makeover
If you have already tried Single Process coloring, then we at IGOR can provide you with a perfect Double Process coloring option too. Double Process coloring changes your entire hair color, but it adds dimension and extra color through the second treatment. A double process color is when a single process and highlight are completed in one visit.
A double process is excellent for those who want that Disney Princess Elsa hair color or the talented Gwen Stefani bright platinum blonde. This technique of coloring is also suitable for someone who is going from a bright color to a darker one, to help it last longer and achieve the desired look.
Like a single process, it is all over color, but it’s the only way for people with dark hair to achieve those Marilyn Monroe type light shades. Many people think about Marilyn Monroe when they hear about double process. But the results can vary from natural-looking like Kate Winslet to severe blonde bombshell like Anne Hathaway.
When can Double Process be used?
Double Process is typically used when you want to lighten your hair by more than two shades. Firstly, the hair is bleached to remove natural or colored hair pigments, and then pigment is added into the hair to create the desired shade. To avoid hair trouble, leave this to professionals that work in IGOR M Salon.
Typically, the double-color process is used when you want to make your dark hair much lighter. The process begins by bleaching out your natural hair color (which could take one or several hours) then apply the new color. It can also be done with an overall color, and then a highlight treatment during the second stage. This process is often the secret to the exceptional hair we see on many celebrities.