I must be a hair masochist, or maybe a slave to beauty, or maybe I never learn. But I've dyed my hair at home more times than I can count, and I have yet to come out of the bathroom with a salon-worthy color all on my own.Read Full Story
Most of us aren't strangers to the hairstylist's chair: new highlights for vacation, going blond for a big night out or a quick cover-up to hide those grays (that will be our little secret). Dyeing hair is fun, fashionable and fabulous. It can also be damaging if you have been a slave to chemical dyes for far too long.Read Full Story
If you’re looking for the next best shock factor, look no further than this kindergarten-craft-inspired trend. Dyeing your complete head of hair or highlighting random strands a funky color isn’t exactly a new advancement in the beauty world — Kylie Jenner and Katy Perry are crazy hair color veterans. Recently, however, members of hair color culture just took this candy-coloring trend to the next level.Read Full Story
Be bold, be sexy, be sassy and add hints of chalk to your luscious locks! Regardless of the thickness, color or porosity of your hair, ladies who are looking to stand out can add color-infused personality with hair chalk. This short-term hair dye is perfect for holidays, sports events, or daily use. Best of all, prices start at only $5!Read Full Story
With plenty of at-home hair color options available for a fraction of what a professional coloring costs, how do you determine when it's right to dye your hair at home or when a trip to the salon is in order?Read Full Story
Coloring hair at home can be a more economical way of maintaining shiny, vibrant haircolor, but many women are intimidated by the thought of actually coloring their hair themselves. Yes, there are variables that come into play -- base color, hair type, desired result and color placement -- but with a little guidance, anyone can do it. Nicole Lynne, from studio two, a patrick mcivor color studio, sees her fair share of color correction cases from DIY jobs gone south, and offers solutions to the five most popular challenges women face when coloring hair at home.Read Full Story
So you want to snag a new, fresh look without the help and cost of a hairstylist, make-up artist and clothing consultant? A do-it-yourself makeover is easier than you’d think. With a little creative energy and a few drug store finds, a new you is just around the corner.Read Full Story
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