Hair Color Salon
If you’re looking for subtle highlights, balayage, or ombre, to loud fashion colors, we are your hair color salon! We use only the finest salon hair color by Matrix and J Beverly Hills that lasts and won’t damage hair. Inquire about having your hair color service Olaplex supercharged. Not sure about what a balayage is, or want to learn more? Read about our most popular hair service here: Denver Balayage Salon.
If you’re not seeing any hair color salon options that suit you, and you are looking for something new, please visit one of these websites for some inspiration: Hair Color Ideas on Latest-Hairstyles or The Colorist Magazine. If you have some ideas in mind, and have pictures, feel free to email them to us ahead of time!
The color experts at Do the Bang Thing Salon have years of experience matching and applying color. We only use the finest J. Beverly Hills and Matrix permanent color. Furthermore, you can ask to have your hair color service supercharged with a revolutionary new product called Olaplex. Olaplex helps to take hair color to its limit without damaging the hair.
We will give you a thorough hair color consultation before we start our service. This insures that we know exactly what you want, and you get exactly what you pay for. Also, please visit our salon haircut portfolio for the perfect compliment to your color.
“I have been a client of Toby’s for about 4 years or so now. Over this time I have had several different hairstyles and have loved them all. I have had blunt bangs, side bangs, layers, blond highlights, red highlights, sometimes three or more colors at once, ombre, and all over rich color. Toby can do it all. She has the unique talent of listening to what you would like and making suggestions on how to get the desired result. Changing your hair can be a nervous decision but both her personality and the environment that she creates at (Do) The Bang Thing will put you right as ease. I will continue to suggest this salon as long as they are in business. You will not be disappointed.”
– Bridgit McCombs