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5 Ways to Fairly Determine Pricing for Lowlighting and Highlighting Services

October 17, 2014 | 9:24 AM
Pravana's Contour Collection (photo credit: Pravana)
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A constant struggle for salon professionals is how to effectively and fairly price services for clients so they feel they are getting a premium service at a reasonable price. Included here are parameters to help set a price on lowlighting, highlighting and *contour color services from some of the Pravana's blonding stylists and hair colorists:

#1: By the mixed bowl (between $10-$25 per bowl)
#2: By the amount of time
#3: By the amount of foils
#4. A set additional cost
#5. By density and length of hair

*Contouring the hair: What is it?
Contouring hair is a partial coloring technique with lowlight shades that adds contrast and color definition to selected strands of hair for a multi-tonal look full of light and darker acents. Contour Colors add dimension, depth and movement to the hair, bringing dull blondes back to their full vibrancy.

For more information, visit pravana.com/contoureducation.

Originally posted on Modern Salon.

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