Creating your perfect colour is part of what we do at Bifolco & Matty and would go as far as to say it is part of our DNA; we aim to provide the finest colour to suit your complexion and your pocket. We have two Wella Master Colour Experts (MCE) within our team which makes us in the top % of colourists in the country. Our MCE's attend regular courses to ensure our salon is up to date with the latest science and techniques.
If you’ve never coloured your hair before or a brand new look is on the cards why not come in for a complimentary consultation, meet your stylist and discuss your new look. At your 'Meet the Stylist' appointment, not only will you explore the Wella colour portfolio, a patch test will also be performed to ensure there is no sensitivity to the colour. This must be completed at least 48 hours before your colour appointment.
If you’ve been colouring your hair for years but fancy a refresh, ‘No Strings Attached’ colour Glossing maybe just what you’re after. This semi-permanent, moisturising colour is the ideal top-up between your usual colour appointments. It could also be used for that new colour tone you've been longing to try. There are an incredible 13, low commitment colours to choose from which allows us to create a bespoke look for you and you to experiment with the hottest trends.
Here are some helpful definitions that can help you discern what to book for or just to help you have a greater understanding of the technology and terminology of colouring.
How light or dark your hair is.
The amount of warmth/brightness or alternatively the amount of coolness or muteness your hair contains.
Glossing: Semi permanent moisturising colour which goes over the top of pre- coloured hair and adds tone and shine.
Colour which goes over lighter hair to change tone to your desired shade.
All of the roots over the globe of your head is painted with colour.
Full Head Tint
All of the roots over the globe of your head are painted with colour and then a separate colour is mixed to go on the ends of your hair to refresh them.
These are when pieces of hair are coloured in foil to break up hair colour to add a multi-tonal effect. The more foils you add the more the colour is changed by the colour placed in them.