Holiday Hair Prices
Some days it’s just great to wear your hair long, freely delighting in an au naturale look. And on some days we just have to dress up for the occasion and do our hair right. Whatever the reason or the season, you can go for a luxurious hairstyle any time – a fresh cut, a lovely braid, a whimsical updo or an edgy asymmetrical bob – all those looks are possible at Holiday Hair.
Work and other personal pursuits won’t free us to do the little things that beauty demands. So, if you’re press for time or you simply find your hair unmanageable, you can rely on Holiday Hair professionals to give you a gorgeous makeover. At Holiday Hair, you can easily request a brand new look.
Holiday Hair prices start at $20 for shampoo, cut, and style. For kids 12 and under, that same service starts at only $12.
The following Holiday Hair prices are estimates only.
|Shampoo, Cut & Style (Per Person)||$20.00|
|Kid's Haircut (12 and Under) (Per Child)||$12.00|
|Haircut with Color or Perm (Per Person)||$10.00|
|Color (Includes Style Only) (Per Person)||$45.00|
|Highlights (Includes Style Only) (Per Person)||$55.00|
|Perms (Include Style Only) (Per Person)||$50.00|
|Relaxers (Per Person)||$50.00|
|Shampoo & Style (Per Person)||$12.00|
|Specialty Style (Per Person)||$20.00|
|Facial Waxing (Per Person)||$10.00|
|Appointment Charge (Per Person)||$5.00|
|Shampoo, Cut & Style||$22.00|
|Kid's Haircut (12 and Under)||$14.00|
|Haircut with Color or Perm||$10.00|
|Color (Includes Style Only)||$47.00|
|Highlights (Includes Style Only)||$57.00|
|Perms (Include Style Only)||$52.00|
|Shampoo & Style||$14.00|
The History of Holiday Hair
Holiday Hair got its roots 35 years ago in Pennsylvania, operated by Ray Holland, the salon soon grew to a well-established chain of 153 salons. Now it’s one of the leading franchise salons by the Regis Corporation, a giant in the $140 billion hair care industry.
Trusted by premium salon suppliers, Holiday Hair carries a variety of styling and finishing products from renowned international hair care companies such as Redken, Paul Mitchell, Sexy Hair, Matrix, Sebastian, TIGI, and American Crew.
Hair Style Influencers
A good stylist can easily assess the best hairstyle for you by factoring two important things- your hair texture and face shape.
How your hair falls, its thickness and shape can all be attributed to hair texture. Your hair texture determines your hairstyle; it influences the length of the cut and the types of hair tools used. Different types of hair textures include straight, fine, wavy, coarse, frizzy and curly. You may also have a combination of all these – thanks to your parents – you have may a complex kind of hair texture that needs special treatment. Don’t fret. Most people don’t appreciate the hair texture they are born with. It’s human nature. The thing is, with the right stylist, you can have a really great hairstyle suited to your hair texture.
A good hair cut can compliment your face shape, framing it with layers, this enhances your best features, or minimizes parts you don’t want emphasized. Different types of face shapes include oblong, round, oval, heart-shaped, and diamond-shaped. Plus other facial features should be taken into consideration as well. These include the shape of your eyes, the size of your nose and mouth; these individual characteristics can bring out the best in you and dramatically affect the outcome of your look.
Finding the Right Stylist for You
A good salon visit often starts with great stylists on board. Stylists can literally weave silk out of your hair, or crown you with golden highlights to your liking. Trust here is important. One should feel completely comfortable with the stylist’s expertise. A good hairstylist should have a thorough understanding of your needs and wishes before lopping any hair off. They will take time to know exactly what you are looking for whether it’s a cosmopolitan cut or a seasonal pixie bob. You can make the process easier by specifying the look you need. As with any profession, some stylists are more experienced than others; some have good overall knowledge, while some might have a specialty such as coloring for certain textures, highlights and perms.
If you have a love-hate relationship with your hair, consult a stylist at Holiday Hair. These professionals can give you the proper advice on everyday styling, hair care secrets and color management between salon visits.
What’s best about them? You can count on a Holiday Hair stylist to give you an honest spot-on opinion on what your hair needs. If they know you’re hair is perfect, they know it’s best to leave it alone. They’ll even walk you through all the basics of using hair products suited to your hair’s texture, such as gels, finishers, spritz, and leave-in hair moisturizers.
Holiday Hair Services
- Haircuts. Debut a new upscale cut that’s both wearable and sophisticated.
- Color. Favor of blonde over red hair? Red over brown? Go sassy, less brassy. Why not give your hair a boost of radiant color?
- Highlighting. Trade in your dark roots and bleached tips for more inviting honey hues and sweeping golden highlights at the right places.
- Perms. Shake things up with a set of new curls and stand out from the crowd.
- Relaxers (select salons). Perhaps you feeling a change in texture? Straighten and manage your hair by reducing the curls.
- Bang and Beard Trims. Trim those bangs, let those clippers and shears give your beard or mustache a quick touch-up.
- Facial Waxing (select salons). Leave your face feeling smooth, flawless and free of hair for weeks.
- Conditioning Treatments. Revive those dull strands and restore your hair’s natural luster with a keratin-rich and protein-based natural hair treatments.
Going for a fresh cut or a new color is always a brave step to refresh your seasonal look. If you’re growing your hair out, well bring it back for a deluxe treatment at Holiday Hair and get ready to turn heads!
To set up an appointment with Holiday Hair, please visit their official site at www.holidayhair.com.