Get Salon Hair Color at Home!
If you color your hair at home, you can get professionally looking salon-type color without the salon price.
Ah ladies, it’s spring! Time for a new romance? Wedge sandals from TOM’s? Or perhaps it’s time for a new hair color?! I love hair color. Actually it’s more like I like coloring my hair. The possibility that after I apply this magical elixir, in 25 minutes I could be Marilyn Monroe or some other famous person of the moment is what I love about it.
Now I do believe in going to our hair masters in salons if we don’t know what we’re doing. I also love it when I have extra cash to be able to afford that salon visit. Thank the heaven’s that when I’m broke there are new incredible formulas that won’t ruin my hair! Or have me ruin my hair because I don’t know what I’m doing!
Here are my two new Faves!
1. John Frieda Precision Foam Color
Love this foam formula! John Frieda Precision Foam Color ($11.99, drugstore.com) No drips! No stains. But most of all I love the new modern shades he’s created. There’s 30 of them! Love it! Just click here and take a look at all the options.
if you’re concerned about how to do it at home, here are some videos with tips to achieve the best look.
2. Clairol Natural Instincts
Love this Semi-permanent ammonia free formula that has 22 shades to choose from. You get healthy looking color and shine in just 10 minutes. It’s a great way to perk up your natural hair color without all of the commitment of permanent hair color. Clairol Natural Instincts ($7.19, drugstore.com) won’t damage your hair.
If you’re a scaredy cat when it comes to color, Clairol also has Natural Instincts Shine Happy shine treatment ($7.19, drugstore.com)! No color, just incredible shine!
So go ahead! Time to fall in love and possibly become the blonde you always wanted to be. Let me know if blondes do have more fun!
Harvey Helms is a beauty culturist and writer, drawing on 30 years of experience in cosmetics,fashion and design. Harvey has held positions ranging from Global Director of Beauty for Revlon Cosmetics to Executive Director of Special Events for Donna Karan Beauty. Harvey currently lives and works in Silicon Valley, where he just finished writing his first book in a trilogy of three: an engaging tell-all on the fashion industry. Follow Harvey on Twitter.com/HarveyHelms. Read all of Harvey’s columns here.