GOLSON have recently launched a new colour system called Vish, which measures every gram of colour that we use for colour services. This allows our colourists to reduce waste, save colour formulas directly to your account and customise pricing for every client.
We have always tried to offer the most transparent pricing structure possible, based on time, expertise and product used. Until now, any clients requiring more time or product have had the standard product / time supplement charge added to their bill. We are now able to add additional time supplement if more time is needed for your hair type or desired result, or the additional product cost, if more than the standard amount of colour is used in a service.
REST ASSURED WE HAVE FULL TRANSPARENCY AND ONLY THE EXACT COST OF COLOUR IS ADDED TO YOUR BILL
THE MAIN FACTORS IN NEEDING ADDITIONAL COLOUR ARE:
- How long it’s been since we’ve seen you
- How long and thick your hair is
- What you’d like to achieve with your colour
- Using a more expensive product, such as Elumen
Our ultimate goal is to reduce the amount of product that we waste, saving you money and protecting our environment.
Why use vish?
The new system determines a product allowance for the exact amount of colour your service requires. This allows for accurate pricing for your colour appointment and also reduces wastage.
What is a Product Allowance?
Product allowance is the amount of professional product (i.e. colour, bleach, developer) that is included within a service. This, along with appointment time and stylist expertise is what prices the service.
How Product Allowances are Calculated?
Before vish, we added one price fits all supplement charge to cover costs of additional time / product. Now, when product used in the service exceeds the amount accounted for in the service price, vish triggers an extra charge based on exactly how much is used. This adds the cost onto your appointment, instead of charging the same standard fee for everyone that needs extra colour.
Additional charges may be incurred for the following reasons:
- Longer or thicker hair than average
- A long time in-between colour appointments
- A complex colour transformation
- A more expensive product to achieve your expectations, such as Elumen