Root Smudge & Color Melt in Chandler, AZ

At Bronde Blvd Salon we are delighted to offer these popular and trendy hair color services to our clients.

Below, we have provided detailed information about these techniques to help you decide which option is the best fit for your hair goals. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to our friendly and knowledgeable team with any questions you may have.

Root Smudges

What is a root smudge?

A root smudge is a hair color technique that seamlessly blends the natural root color into the rest of the hair, creating a soft and natural transition. This technique is typically performed after your highlighting or balayage service for those who want to extend the life of their hair color and achieve a low-maintenance, lived-in look.

How is a root smudge done?

A root smudge is done by applying a semi-permanent or demi-permanent hair color to the roots and then gently blending it into the existing color. Our skilled stylists use their expertise to create a flawless and customized blend, ensuring a natural and seamless transition between the root and the rest of the hair.

What is the difference between a root smudge and a shadow root?

A root smudge and a shadow root are similar in that they both create a soft, blended look at the roots. However, a shadow root typically involves using a darker shade at the roots to create depth and dimension, while a root smudge utilizes a color that closely matches the natural root color for a more seamless blend.

Color Melt

What is a color melt?

A color melt is a hair color technique that involves blending multiple shades of color together for a seamless transition from roots to ends. It creates a stunning, multidimensional effect that can range from subtle to bold, depending on the chosen colors.

What is the difference between a color melt and a balayage?

While both color melts and balayage techniques involve blending colors for a natural, multidimensional look, the key difference lies in the application method. Balayage is a freehand painting technique, where the stylist applies color directly onto the hair’s surface, focusing on the mid-lengths and ends. In contrast, a color melt involves a more precise application of color, with the stylist carefully blending different shades from roots to ends.

How Much Does a Root Smudge or Color Melt Cost?

Our Root Smudges and Color Melts services are customized to meet your unique hair needs and desired results. Pricing for these services varies based on factors such as hair length, density, and the complexity of the desired outcome. A consultation with one of our stylists is required for an accurate quote.

Please find our starting prices below:

Root Smudge — $45
Add-on to Highlight Service

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