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New Creations Salon

Hair Services

The Cut

Hair Cuts are moving sculptures. It is not what you take; it's what you leave that creates texture and overall finished shape. Precision is required. We take the time to listen to your vision so that together we can transform your ideas into exactly what you are looking for.


Cuts & Styling






Color





Highlights
Women
$48+





Root touch-up$60




Full Foil$85
Women's Devacurl Cut
$52+




All Over Color$80+




Hi/Low Lights$95
Men's$25





Color Between Foils$60




Additional Colors$12
Kid's (under 10)
$24+





Color Melt
$105




Partial Highlights
$65
Kid's Devacurl Cut
(normal thickness)
$40+




Toner
$25+




Balayage
(hand painted highlights)
$125
Blow-Out$35+




Lash/Brow Tint
$18




Ombre'
$105
Bridal Style/Up do
$65













Olaplex Treatment
(bond multiplier)
$45+





Olaplex
color additive
$25+





















*Prices are for medium length/thickness hair
Curly hair clients wear hair down, dry, dentangled & natural. Curls in their natural state and not have been pulled back.


Services
Description
Advantages
Disadvantages
Price
Example
Foiling
Foiling is when your stylist weaves out pieces of your hair, places them in a foil and then applies the color or lightener.
  • Achieve a wide range of looks.
  • Heat from the foils allows hair to lighten quicker and higher.
  • Cost effective
  • Foils can create "lines" in the hair, depending on how close the stylist gets to the roots.
  • There can be more damage done to the hair because of the heat created in the foil.
  • Foils can create an unnatural, uniform look to the hair color.
$65+

Balayage
Balayage is a french word meaning, "to sweep" or "to paint," and that is literally what is done. The hair is painted free-hand by the stylist.
  • A look that is tailored to each client.
  • This effect can be very subtle and natural, or more contrasted and noticeable.
  • There isn't a uniform look to this effect, the grow-out tends to be very subtle. and you can go longer in between services.
  • Cost
  • Finding a stylist who knows how to create the style you are wanting.
$125+

Ombre
Ombre' can be defined as the "gradual lending from one color to another." Generally speaking, in regard to hair, it blends dark hair to light hair.
  • A great way to give dimension to your hair without having to worry about grow-out on the the part-line or around the face when the hair is pulled back.
  • This style can range from subtle to drastic depending on application and color choice.
  • Finding a stylist who knows how to create the style you are wanting.
  • Since the majority of the lightening is happening to the ends of the hair, this wouldn't be a good choice for someone with seriously damaged hair.
$105+

Color Melting
This could be a sub-category under Ombre. Color melting is the process of applying a minimum of 3 colors and gradually melting them together, creating a soft transition line.
  • Offers a more gradual effect when moving from darker roots to ultra-light ends.
  • It can take multiple processes and sessions if the hair has pre-existing dark color.
$105+

Babylights
Extremely tiny sections are taken and the color is applied and left on longer in order to achieve a bright, but very subtle, radiant color that mimics the natural highlights children have in their hair.
  • Great look for pre-existing blondes.
  • Creates a very natural look.
  • Offers subtle dimension.
  • Time consuming
  • Cost
  • Typically is only done to already blonde clients.
$150+

Platinum Card
A platinum Card is the technique that can achieve platinum hair in as little as one session. Every single hair strand is placed in a foil via ultra-thin slices.
  • Allows darker hair clients to achieve a platinum look in 1-2 sessions with toning.
  • Heat from the foils helps lift the hair to the lightest possible shade.
  • Time consuming
  • Cost
$200+


How Do I Know Which One I Want?

Ask yourself the following questions…

1.  What condition is my hair currently in?

If your hair is black, natural or otherwise, and you want to go blonde, balayage is probably not the best choice for you. If you have box color on your hair, you might not be able to do a platinum card and achieve white hair in one session. Make sure to have realistic expectations. You can most likely reach your desired look, but it can take time and multiple steps and sessions. Talk to your stylist and listen to what they say. Be honest about what you have done to your hair. If you hide things, such as home coloring or previous bleach under currently brown hair, it can have serious consequences. Let your stylist know so they can create the best plan possible. Remember that integrity of hair is more important than having a specific look you want that day.

2.  What look would I like to achieve?

We love it when people bring in pictures, with a few caveats. First, know your hair, and try to find pictures of people with similar hair. For example, if you have insanely thick hair, find pictures of people with lots of hair. Most of the time it’s the other way around… people with fine hair like to bring in pictures of people with thick hair. Unfortunately, no amount of color or cutting will create that look when you have fine hair. Second, make sure to point out what you like in the picture. For example, a client could bring in a picture of brown hair with blonde highlights, and I am thinking she really likes the low-lights when she is looking at the side-swept bang in the photo. It is important that stylists know how to ask questions, but make sure to let them know what you are seeing when you look at a particular photo. One last caveat, but more of a pet peeve. We are equipped with coloring brushes and bleach, not a scalpel and liposuction. So, just know that if you bring in a picture of Heidi Klum, we can work on having Heidi Klum hair, but not a Heidi Klum body. Moving on…

3.  What am I willing to invest in my hair?

Know beforehand that any major change you are wanting to do to your hair will cost and more than likely, take time. If you are wanting to know the price commitment before going with a certain style, make a consultation appointment and discuss upfront what the expected cost will be. Make sure you allow for some variance, as many times the stylist will be unable to give an exact price until they work with your hair and see what it will do. For example, maybe the box color that you previously used won’t lift, and several processes are needed to achieve the desired outcome. Just ask the stylist for a cost estimate for each process.

On top of the salon investment, make sure that you understand the products you will need at home to maintain the look. If you are getting a platinum card done and then go home and use Suave shampoo and conditioner (gasp!), you will cause immense damage to already fragile hair and strip out the toner that was used. Within a few weeks at most, you won’t be satisfied with your hair, all due to the fact that you used a poor product in your home care. Make sure to ask your stylist to suggest a good shampoo and conditioner and factor this amount into the cost of your service.

4.  Olaplex

I know this isn’t directly related but I CANNOT have this entire dialog without discussing Olaplex. Olaplex is the magic wand of coloring and links broken disulfide bonds in your hair, thus allowing us, as stylists, to create some of these amazing looks with little to no damage.  If you want to do a more dramatic look and already have compromised hair, I would require you to come in for an Olaplex Blowout, and have the hair treated prior to applying any color services. The hair actually feels healthier and shinier post-color service when done with Olaplex. To protect the investment you have made in your hair, make sure to take home Olaplex #3 to keep your hair healthy in between services.


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I-Straight Thermal Straightening System
aka "Japanese Straightening"


Transform your curly, frizzy, unruly hair while dramatically reducing drying time! Achieve super-straight, shiny hair and eliminate frizz with thermal straightening. The power of IonTransformation® is fully realized with Bio Ionic's ReTex system that permanently retuexturizes your hair. Don't be fooled by other brands....only Bio Ionic gently smoothes and straightens virgin, highlighted, and color-treated hair using the power of negative ions. Your hair is actually in healthier condition AFTER having it straightened! Even better, your styling/drying time will be reduced dramatically! Permanently transforms the hair from curly, frizzy and unruly to super-shiny and sleek while feeling smooth, hydrated and conditioned. Greatly improves the manageability of your hair.


  • Completely & permanently straightens hair.
  • Hair will repel moisture and humidity.
  • Can be done on any hair type including bleached, colored or chemically relaxed.
  • Contains no Formaldehyde, Sodium Hydroxide or lye (which can cause permanent hair loss)
  • Restores natural moisture balance.

The Complete Package Includes:

  • 30 Minute consultation (prior to treatment)
  • The treatment (3 to 4 hrs, depends on hair length & condition)
  • $435.00+ (Price is for medium length/thickness)
  • Olaplex bond building treatment
  • Vitamin b3 treatment

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Fusion Micro Link Hair Extensions

Micro Link (aka Cold Fusion) Fusion Special: 450.00!! (Plus the cost of hair)

Fusion hair extensions can change and free your style into a new, trendy, fashionable look in no time. Fusions are an unparalleled extension system that has changed the world definition of hair design and will make your desire for longer, thicker hair a reality.

Extensions are applied strand by strand to the hair with a very small, silicone lined bead. The silicone grabs the hair without damaging or bonding permanently to your hair. Unlike heat fusion, micro-links do not cause breakage to your hair. The extensions should be indistinguishable from your natural hair. You can swim or do anything you would normally do. No limitations. You wash, curl, flat iron, stye just as you would your own hair.

Open your mind! There are tons of combinations you can create with the wide range of colors. Extensions are available in natural, warm, classic & fantasy colors. Style with the utmost sophisticated natural look or let your wild side show without



What is a Deva Curl Cut?

The DevaCurl Cutting technique is a revolutionary method for cutting curly & wavy hair. Curly hair needs to be treated differently than other hair textures. The hair is cut dry because; we wear our hair dry not wet. We cut the hair in it's natural form, curl by curl. Since curly hair & it's spring factor can be misinterpreted while wet. This unique innovation allows the stylist to sculpt each clients hair, according to their individual curl pattern, look & style. The DevaCurl cut along with self curl care lessons to take you beyond the salon ensuring you can style at home, allows you have the curls you've always wanted!


Preparing your hair to get a DevaCurl Cut

Always wear your hair down when you come to get your hair cut. This is important because we need to be able to see your natural curl pattern. DO NOT wear your hair pulled up in a ponytail or break up your curl families. No headbands, clips, barretts or bobby pins should be worn in the hair. We recommend washing your hair and let it dry naturally so we can see your most optimized curl. If hair is not worn down an additional change may be incurred as we will have to rehydrate your curls before we can begin to access your curls. If hair has a build up on it from silicone and other heavy oils we may need to clarify your hair before we can begin. 




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New Creations Salon
1118 Westport Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64111
(816) 561-8373
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