Balayage is one of the most popular and commonly asked for services today. Most colorists are performing the service successfully, but some are experiencing challenges. Balayage expert Eva Scrivo tells us what she sees as the three most common mistakes made today.
This client expressed an interest in going blonde after years of wearing a deep brunette shade. A great colorist decided to use multiple techniques to ensure enough brightness within the ends, resulting in a multidimensional seamless blend.
Colorists frequently ask Eva Scrivo, the “queen” of balayage, salon owner and founder of the Eva Scrivo Academy, why she prefers balayage to foil highlights. Here she shares the top five reasons why every colorist should include balayage in his or her tool box of techniques.
"My client Lisa wanted a dramatic change but was insistent on not cutting her hair short," says Eva Scrivo of the Eva Scrivo Salons, NYC. "She also wanted to maintain her natural gray hair but was open to enhancing it with a tinted balayage." Details for the makeover here.
Is the board you use for balayage important? It's VITAL, according to Eva Scrivo, owner of the Eva Scrivo Salons (NYC), founder of the Eva Scrivo Academy, and Balayage Princess! It's all about size, texture, length, width, and the ...
It's important to make mistakes - how better to learn what NOT to do! MODERN checked in with color and balayage expert Eva Scrivo, owner of the Eva Scrivo Salons and Academy in NYC, asking her to weigh in on the topic. Here she shares her top five mistakes and misconceptions.
This client was growing out her naturally gray hair and was attempting to remove the tint of brown she had for many years. Check out the corrective color and cut by Eva Scrivo of the Eva Scrivo Salons and Academy (NYC).
Isn't balayage the same as hair painting?"No," says Eva Scrivo, balayage expert, salon owner and founder of the Eva Scrivo Academy (NYC). "There is a lot of misinformation out there. They are different, and the more you learn ...