Irresistable Blondes
'from sunny to caramel'
Christa, wants to impress with luxurious shimmering blonde hair.

The solution the Topchic blonde shades delivers stunning blonde hair colour results in a broad variety from warm cool shades with lasting colour results.
Sensational Reds
'From fire to cherry'
Impressive and expressive.
From deep, pure red to highlighting violet.

Hanna, wanted to change from her colour to a vibrant intensive fashion shade. The topchic reds service offers a variety of sensational warm & cool energy reds to create intensive brilliant expressive fashion colours. Using 4 different colours from a base shade to fine slices through out.
Confident Naturals
'From natural to multi-depth'
Anna, wants an even permanent hair colour with optimum gentleness that perfectly covers her grey hair.

The Topchic natural service using four shades, natural & fashion, slicing and woven highlights.
Couture Browns
'From chocolate to smokey'
Katharina, wants to express herself with fashionable brown hair full of dimensions.

The topchic brown service offers a wide range of rich warm or elegant cool brown colours with lasting results.


It's a hair colouring technique designed to create very natural-looking highlights that grow out without developing a noticeable and obvious root. Many stars and models use this process on their hair.
This method of coloring emerged in Paris in the 1970s; the name is French for “to sweep,” a reference to the way in which the colour is applied.

How it’s done
When hair is coloured with the balayage process, the highlights are painted on by hand in a sweeping motion that moves from the base to the tip of the hair. At the base, the color is applied very lightly gradually working it heaver towards the ends. The process varies depending on the length of the hair and the desired result. You can expect to have individual strands coloured with a brush and a backing board. The result is a chunky highlight that looks naturally sunbleached, and as the hair grows out, the root will be concealed for the first few months by the thinner colour applied to the base of the hair.

The appeal
Unlike foiled highlights, which look very uniform and a bit unnatural, hair which has been subjected to balayage simply looks like it has been out in the sun. The highlights can be subtle or more intense, depending on the desires of the client, and the technique isn't just for blondes — it can also be applied to brunette and red hair.It’s also a very economical way to colour your hair as you never have a solid demarcation line or regrowth, so if you want to leave having it redone for a month or two, it won't look atrocious. I find that my balayage clients are going for different looks and need to maintain it at different rates. you could go up to four months without having more balayage. You would just need to have a toner and a treatment to freshen up the colour in between appointments.

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    Kasia Smutniak
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    Kate Beckinsale
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    Rachel Bilson
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    Drew Barrymore