Following the routine of skin care, our signature KEVIN.MURPHY TREAT.ME is a facial for your hair. All completed with a signature KEVIN.MURPHY deep relaxing massage and warm towel wrap.
All intensive treatments are $40.00
In consultation with your stylist, choose from a menu of four treatment types:
- For hair that is dehydrated, frizzy or chemically treated Add weightless moisture and shine with this treatment that regenerates and restructures. Includes sensory massage
- For distressed hair that is weak, brittle and damaged Restore strength, thickness and elasticity to hair with this personalized Treatment. Includes sensory massage
DENSIFYING & STRENGTHENING
- Stimulate hair growth, rebuild the density and strength of your hair with this treatment that will leave your hair feeling stronger. Includes sensory massage.E FOR BLONDE HAIR THAT IS DULL, LIFLESS OR YELLOWING
- Refresh dull blonde or grey tones and improve the brightness, strength, moisture and shine of your hair without weight. Includes sensory massage.
Are you feeling frustrated with un-manageble, frizzy and fuzzy hair? The Kerasilk Keratin Treatment Service could be the answer to your prayers!
The service offers an entirely new and salon exclusive Goldwell Service that transforms hair into hair like silk for up to five months. Say goodbye to untameable hair and hello to softened curls and a more controlled and smoothed hair structure. This service will reduce the everyday styling time significantly and will enable you to simply feel fabulous again.
Using Kerashape Technology, the Treatment Service will create new Keratin bonds in the hair and stabilise the new hair shape. The first smoothing service that is completely customisable to meet the individual need of each client, the formulation will soften and smooth the hair structure whilst also enhancing body and movement. With no formaldehyde, the product is 100% safe and the treatment lasts for up to five months.
Best of all there are no limitations after the treatment – you can shampoo, colour and tie your hair up on the same day.
The Service is supported by a home care range to maintain the Kerasilk Keratin Treatment effect for lasting results. Using Kerashape Technology and precious silk and keratin proteins, the unique formula of the products transforms unmanageable and damaged hair into smooth soft hair.
Hair Extensions are a fantastic way to update your look for an immediate change, and if they are cared for correctly can last for months with little damage or no damage to your natural hair. Hair extensions are not only used for length they can be use for thickness, to change the look of your cut or even to add colour when you know your natural hair is not up to the chemical process of the colouring you would like to achieve.
One example of this is the Balayage look, that has been particularly popular over the last eight or so years. Balayage is a French colouring technique that was developed in the 1970s. It’s a freehand technique where the colour is applied by hand rather than using the traditional foiling or cap highlighting techniques. The go-to for modern, chic hair, balayage creates depth and dimension, and leaves you with1 a sun-kissed finish. This effect sounds deceptively simple. It can however, take hours in the hair salon to reproduce, and may leave you with left with dry, damaged ends or blotchy colour.
Recently Great length Hair Extensions have released colour blocking or balayage coloured extensions and these are an ideal way to achieve this hair colour without the associated risks. There are 10 colour combinations to choose from, varying from subtle to dramatic, in two different lengths.
We choose to use only Great Lengths 100% human hair extensions as we firmly believe they offer the best quality, ethics and training available. Read more about Great Lengths hair extensions here. Each Great Lengths certified salon has undergone a full training in order to become a stockist of the product. This ensures that there is at least one certified technician in the salon who is expertly trained in precise application techniques, colour blending and advanced cutting. All these skills result in very professional, natural looking results.
Book for a complimentary Hair Extension consultation do discuss a new look! Call customer service on 82319185.
As a woman, your hair is your crowning glory right? All that time we spend getting it just right would certainly attest to that conclusion. But what if you started losing hair - and lots of it. It may be the sign of a serious medical condition, that needs evaluation and treatment. Many studies have shown that female hair loss is not merely a cosmetic issue, but it also causes significant psychological distress: '... compared to unaffected women, those affected have a more negative body image and are less able to cope with daily functioning. Hair loss can be associated with low self-esteem, depression, introversion, and feelings of unattractiveness'.
It's normal to lose hair every day - your scalp contains about 100,000 hairs, and you generally shed roughly 100 of them each day. Brushing your hair, removing a pony-tail, as well as washing, conditioning, blow drying and styling are all likely to cause some hair loss. Hair goes through regular stages of growth, dormancy and replacement. But what if you're losing more than the allotted 100 hairs a day? Research shows that millions of women around the world are suffering from distressing excessive hair loss, caused by various medical conditions.
There are many causes of hair loss, from stress to chemotherapy. Noticing thinning hair can signal the onset of such conditions as hormonal imbalance, vitamin deficiency, excessive stress or poor nutrition, all symptoms of declining health status. For example, your hair loss maybe related to a lack of vitamin D, and suggest you are susceptible to a range of other illness linked to this deficiency, including diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, depression, multiple sclerosis, gum disease, seasonal influenza and tuberculosis. An Iron deficiency may also cause hair loss.
Declining levels of thyroid hormone, hormonal imbalance and a condition known as Telogen Effluvium are common causes of female hair loss. Telogen Effluvium can be a result of the abrupt hormonal changes that occur at the end of pregnancy, severe stress, physical trauma or crash diets. Click here for more information about Telogen Effluvium.
An unhealthy scalp can cause inflammation that makes it difficult for hair to grow. Skin conditions that lead to hair loss include seborrheic dermatitis (dandruff), psoriasis, and fungal infections such as ringworm.
Female hair loss and balding may also be genetic - the gene can be inherited from either your mother's or father's side of the family, though you're more likely to have it if both of your parents had hair loss.
These are a just few of the reasons that may be behind excessive female hair loss. The condition of your hair doesn't just affect your looks—it's an important indicator of your overall health. If you're experiencing hair loss, talk to a doctor, who can refer you to a dermatologist for further evaluation. We recommend David Salinger IAT MIT, who practices in the Adelaide and Sydney at the Trichology Centre. For further information and contact details follow this link
Ammonia-free hair colour is a major trend in hair colour technology, and over past few years all the major hair colour brands have launched, or are launching, ammonia-free permanent colour ranges. So how do ammonia-free colours work and what does it mean for the health of your hair?
In the past ammonia has been used in permanent hair colors to give better, more durable colors and allows for more significant color changes. Ammonia partially removes the natural colour from the hair. It opens up the surface of the strand so that the hair colour can get through and effectively lifts out the natural hair pigment so that the hair colour molecules can penetrate and deposit.
Essentially, ammonia has been largely responsible for hair color's ability to alter hair hue without washing out after only a few shampoos. This method of depositing colouring the hair has been commonly reported to have side effects such as stinging the eyes and scalp, and of course there's that distinctive od0ur...
The environmental and health concerns raised by an ever-increasingly educated and health-conscious clientele have pushed the hair colour technology industry to develop alternative colour delivery systems.
Ammonia-free colours most often work by using an ammonia alternative called MEA, or monoethanolamine, or an oil-based delivery system, to more gently open and penetrate the hair shaft. A new development has recently been launched by Goldwell, Nectaya which uses intra-lipid ammonia-free technology. Goldwell states that this new colour system has an advantage over other oil-based delivery systems as it doesn't weight the hair with heavy oils, and leaves the hair in exceptional condition.
Previously it has been thought that ammonia-free hair colour systems were not able to produce the same lasting and permanent results as those containing ammonia, or the same lasting grey coverage. Developments in ammonia-free technology now mean uniform and lasting colour, with perfect coverage of up to 100 percent white hair with vibrant shades and lightening ability.
Using ammonia-free colours may prevent that dry, over-processed feeling that has been a side-effect of using ammonia, and they are gentler on the hair, and with no unpleasant odor or irritation.
Next time you walk into your salon to have a hair colour ask your stylist about the benefits of ammonia-free colour, and compare the feeling and look of your hair with an ammonia-free colour delivery system.