Women's Cuts

Dry Cut - Available on request, We recommend a wash and cuts, 30 min appointment.


Wash, Cut + Dry - Basic dry no brushes or irons used


Wash, Cut + Blow Wave - Blow waved with brushed's, optional flat irons


Restyle - Full consultation, Shampoo, Blow Waved, Styles with flat irons or curling tongs, approx 1 hour appointment


Fringe Trim - 


Blow Waves

Wash & Basic Dry - Basic dry NO brushes or irons used


Short Hair - Wash, Blow waved and styles with Brushes, Irons Optional


Medium Hair - Wash, Blow waved and styles with Brushes, Irons Optional


Long Hair - Wash, Blow waved and styles with Brushes, Irons Optional


Curls on top of Blow wave



Boys Pre-School - 0-4 Years


Boys Dry Cut - 5-17 Years


Boys / Teens Wash + Cut


Mens Cuts

Dry Cut - 15-20min appointment


Wash, Cut & Dry - Basic 30 min appointment


Restyle - Full consultation, shampoo, blow wave, styled, 45 min appointment


Clipper Cut - One clipper head all over 10 min appointment




Girls Pre-School (0-4 Yrs)


Girls Basic Dry Cut (5-17 Yrs)

$35 - $49

Girls Cut, Wash + Basic dry - (5-15 yrs)


Restyle - Cut includes consultation, shampoo.
Approx 45 min appointment   



Basic Dry Straighten + Wash - 


Basic Dry, Curls & Wash - 


Ball / Formal Hair Up -  Consultation, no wash, 30 -45 min appointment


Basic Braids - (10mins)



Regrowth Touch Up

4 Week Regrowth 30g (with loyalty card)


Regrowth 45g



Colour - Short Hair

Base Colour


T-section Foils - (10 Foils)


Half Head Foils ($75 with base colour or regrowth)


Full Head Foils






Colour - Medium Hair 

Base Colour


T-section Foils (10 Foils)


Half Head Foils ($95 with base colour or regrowth)


Full Head Foils




Colour - Long Hair 

Base Colour


T-section Foils - (10 Foils)


Half Head Foils ($95 with base colour or regrowth)


Full Head Foils


Half Long or Thick full head 






Payment Plan Option

The Hair Boutique Richmond use a company called “Genoapay” they are a New Zealand owned company that are amazing to work with.

-It takes 2mins to apply
-No interest 
-No Fees 

The First payment comes out when you check out at the salon, you will need your Debit/Visa handy for this and your cell phone charged ready for genoapay to send you a confirmation text message. 
We are only using payment plans for services over $250 (this can include retail)

Scalp Bleach

4-5 Week Regrowth 


For Large



Opening Hours

Monday - Closed 

Tuesday - 9am - 8pm 

Wednesday - 9am - 8pm 

Thursday - 9am - 5pm

Friday - 9am - 5pm

Saturday - 9am - 2pm 

Sunday - Closed 
Closed public holidays 

colour help

Colour Help

Finding it hard to decide on what colour to do ? ready for a change? or just not too sure on what the different between Balayage and Ombre is, let's talk about it…….


Highlights are sections or strands of hair that are dyed lighter than your base colour. The main purpose of adding highlights to your hair is to brighten up the overall colour of your hair and add softness and dimension to it, - lowlights go in completely the opposite direction. They involve picking up a few thin or thick sections of hair and colouring them in a shade or two darker than your base colour. 


This free-hand highlighting technique the stylist strategically brushes, or 'paints' colour onto the surface of selected hair strands (sometime foils are used as well or a back combing technique ) This creates soft and natural "sun-kissed" highlights that blend easily into the natural colour. It's a great way to add subtle brightness to the hair. The result is a beautiful colour with a softer regrowth. Balayage is not always the best option for women with dark dark brown or black hair, unless you're going for a light brown, caramel, or red result. 


Ombre is a technique used to blend two different hair colours seamlessly. Ombre is when the hair colour gradually fades from root to tip. Depending on what you are looking for, it can still look from natural to quite dramatic. The really good thing with Ombre is how easy to maintain it is!  You don't have to worry about redoing your roots as often as it fades nicely, and will still look natural. When booking for your favourite stylist, make sure you are very clear about exactly what you are looking for, express how soft and natural you would like your Ombre to look! Easy as!

Root Smudge and Colour melting  

So what is root smudging exactly? It’s a lot like what it sounds…smudging colour at the root of your hair to help it blend better and hide the line of where the highlight begins and ends. Colour Melting is a technique that blends the highlights with the base colour of the hair so you don't have any harsh lines it's all about that soft gradation effect, regardless of whether you're getting blonde highlights or pastel hair colour.

Fashion Toners 

You have to have blonde hair to make the colour show up. Start out small, like with Ombre or highlights, or go all in with your full head. Your skin tone helps you choose what colour to try. It's hard to choose between lavender or pink, but your skin tone can guide you. -If you have red tones in your skin, go for cooler shades like blue, grey, green(mint) or lavenders -If you're very pale, warmer shades like pink, rose gold, Beige and orange (gold) will look amazing.” Just remember you can be a Neutral skin tone too.

Semi-Permanent Colour

Semi permanent colour, also called hair gloss, simply adds colour it doesnt contain ammonia. Semi-permanent colour can't lighten hair It only deposits. Normally washes out over a period of time (six to 12 shampoos, depending upon the formula), If you don't like the colour, you don't have to live with it for too long.

Permanent Colour

Permanent hair colour has to grow out. It won't wash out. If you want a more dramatic change (two or more shades darker), a permanent colour is a better option. It's also the best choice for covering up grey hair. It is much harder to get out of you hair if your decide to go light in the future.