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Maria is a talented Balayage Hairdresser with a passion for French Balayage, hair design, perfecting hair color and dimensional blonding.
She caters to a diverse clientele from young trendy to the boardroom professionals
Maria will strive to match your hair with your lifestyle, as well as analyze face shape, facial features and hair texture to give each of you the best look that is easy to maintain between salon visits.
Consultations are key to discovering what clients want and most importantly what they don’t want.
She teaches her clients how to use the best products for their hair, blow drying techniques and styling techniques they can easily do at home.
Each client gets individual attention, making sure you are beyond happy with your haircut and hair color.
As an Aquage.com Educating Artist she is able to share her knowledge and expertise with other salon professionals teaching new hair cutting and long hair design across the country as well as doing hair shows.
She continues advance training to stay on top of the latest trends and new techniques in hair color, hair cutting and long hair styling so she is the best Balayage hairdresser in the Atlanta area.
Maria carries Aquage.com hair styling care Pravana, Rusk and Schwarzkopf for blonding.
All colors are custom formulated to leave you hair beautiful, healthy and suited for your skin tone and eye color.
GiGI Waxing for Brows, lip and chin.
Book yourself with Maria today and treat yourself to a great hair day!
French Balayage is a French hair coloring technique. It’s a freehand technique where the hair color is applied by a hand sweeping motion giving hair a natural look adding additional contouring, while allowing the artist to enhance the cut and facial features.
Originating in France back during the 1970s this is a freehand technique, rather than the traditional foiling technique.
It grows itself out to a very natural looking color the leaves a much softer grow out. No line of demarcation.
- True French Balayage is not done with foils or Meche strips that is often done in the U.S. and called French Balayage.
- French Balayage is painted vertically keeping the color on top of the hair strand, then layering in depth on the ends.
- French Balayage is a technique, not a color!
- Ombre etc can all be done using the French Balayage technique
- Real French Balayage should always be done to look natural, graceful messy. Imperfect is key!
Maria a Balayage Hairdresser started her career in Washington D.C. where she was born and raised. In all actuality she was doing hair at the age of 15. Later in life Maria moved to Atlanta and opened her first salon in the Johns Creek GA area and expanded into the Norcross Ga. Area. After many years of being a salon owner, decided to become an independent contractor still working in the Johns Creek located in Sola Salon Studios.