Nicole Lindo @ Foiled Rotten Hair Salon, Baymeadows, Jacksonville

Services include Hair Extensions, Keratin Treatments, Balayage/Highlights, Ombre/Color & Highlights, Hair Cuts, Hair Color and Texture Services.
Hair Extensions

Hair Extensions

We are excited to announce that this salon now offers Tape In Hair Extensions!  You cannot see or feel the tape in extensions, also known as “seamless hair extensions”, they are very comfortable.

Brazilian Blowout

Brazilian Blowout

Brazilian Blowout is the only professional hair smoothing treatment that actually improves the health of your hair. Enjoy smooth, healthy, frizz-free hair with radiant shine.

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Ombre hair extension is different from the traditional extensions and it intends to cover more than one color and creates a brilliant option for styling. Except for achieving the voluminous effect, lengthening your hair instantly, it can also be applied to create fabulous hairstyles like braids, up-do, bun, fishtail and any other you like. In addition, the color can be customized as you required.

Ombre is the style secret of lightening the ends of your hair while leaving the top part dark, adding the illusion of shine and volume. This isn’t about having dark roots and light hair. It’s about creating the perfect balance, a dip dyed effect to the ends of your hair.

Balayage is timeless technique that is now one of the most popular hair color requests in salons today. Balayage is a French word meaning to sweep or to paint. It gives your hair a sun-kissed natural looking hair color – similar to what nature gives us as children – with softer, less noticeable regrowth lines. The principal idea being less is more when creating soft, natural looks.

Balayage is applied on the surface and not saturated through the section until the very tips, otherwise you would have a streak of color that isn’t very soft at all. It can also be called a freehand technique because no foil or meche are used to create the highlights.