We’re sure that if you have coloured your hair before, you’ll know that finding a good hair colourist is like striking gold. Whether you’re looking for a dramatic hair change or require a regrowth touch up, it’s essential that you put yourself in the hands of someone you can trust. Our highly trained professional senior stylists are sure to complete a full colour consultation, before any colour service to ensure your desired look will be achieved. Finest hair will only be using the finest hair colour and products on your hair through out your entire hair salon experience.

Using J The Colour is the perfect choice for clients with sensitive scalps, or for any hair type that is lacking in condition. This amazing hair colour can also be used on any hair type, texture, and density, and covers grey hair 100%. Best of all they are low in ammonia. Providing a wonderful lasting shine and lustre to bring any hair type back to life! With 17 gel bottles the colour chart has endless possibilities, giving our stylist and clients infinite choices. Guaranteeing you that you will notice the difference from the first time you use J the Colour.


Majirel, the legendary professional hair colour. Absolute vibrant colours with a wide palette of rich colours, your colourist can unleash your perfect tailor made hair colour. White hair is up to 100% covered and left silky. Ionène G™ and Incell™ advanced technologies reach all 3 levels of the hair to treat the entirety of the hair fibre.

Hair colour gives the most flexibility because it can make hair lighter or darker as well as changing tone and colour, but there are negatives. Constant (monthly or six-weekly) maintenance is essential to match new hair growing in to the rest of the hair, and to refresh any fading. A one-colour permanent dye creates a flat, uniform colour across the whole head, which can look unnatural and harsh, especially in a fair shade. To combat this, the modern trend is to use multiple colours—usually one colour as a base with added highlights  or lowlights in other shades.


Ombre, describes the look of a more abstract fade from dark roots to light ends. Unlike foiling, balayage uses freehand painting and paddling to produce a softer, more natural and less uniform look. It’s perfect for colour
contouring and allows your colourist the ultimate freedom to mimic natural sun-kissed highlights and create seamlessly graduated tone variations.

A lot of people mistake Ombre for Balayage. Ombre is a more dramatic effect, which looks like the hair has been dip dyed. The regrowth is a lot more prominent with ombre. Balayage can be very low maintenance, as you do not get strong demarcations and regrowth, as you can do
with normal highlighting and solid colour.


Highlights can be done in natural or unnatural colours. Highlighted hair will make the hair appear fuller.Therefore, it is recommended on people with thin and fine hair. It also recommended for people with at least 50 % grey for easy blending and to diminish the line of differentiation once the new growth is showing.

This process is also used in applying “low lights” to the hair. In this process, hair dyes are used to create strands of hair that are darker than the natural colour.


Has your blonde hair gone yellow and brassy??? It’s time to get a toner to remove any unwanted gold, to give you that toned cool ash blonde or ever a subtle highlight to compliment your hair. Toner is a sweet little product that neutralises brassy yellow and orange tones on bleached hair. It is usually purple-blue tinted. When applied to bleached hair, it takes it to more of an ashy, dusty, or platinum colour. That means a much more natural-looking hair tone!

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