When I was in high school I made the declaration that I wanted to be a red-head. My hairdresser told me it would be way too much processing for my hair. Instead I spent years wishing every time I met a red head that I had that hair too. Then, when I was 23 on a whim I bought red dye at the drugstore and 14 years later I STILL use that same hair dye. Well, that’s not true because last month I was introduced to eSalon, and I have walked away from my beloved drugstore color to the new revolution in at-home hair coloring.
eSalon is the hair dressers worst nightmare. You can get your color exactly the way you like it, and do it yourself at home for 25% of what you pay the salon for. I dare you to prove me wrong. For $30ish you can get everything you need to color your hair in your own bathroom. The secret is in the fact that they have professionals who figure out what the color should be and they send it to your mailbox. Oh and shipping is super fast.
eSalon provides completely personalized hair color for home use. Each color is custom blended for you, just like in a salon, and made of high-quality, nutrient-rich ingredients that leave your hair soft, shiny, and provide complete gray coverage. The personalized pigment even has your name on the bottle, because it’s made for you and no one else.
A few simple steps on-line asking you questions about your current color, and your desired color and you have told the professional colorist what to send you.
You can then send a picture of yourself in your current color, or desired color, to help them seal the deal on getting your color right.
The box shows up with everything you need and very detailed instructions that are easy to follow.
I loved eSalon so much I ditched my 14 year regular color and just ordered another round of eSalon at-home hair color. I used to have to buy 3 packages to do my thick hair, but here I just need 1 package to cover everything I need. I actually wind up spending about the same I did before, and a professional colorist actually puts it together for me.
Disclaimer: I was provided with my 1st round of hair color for review. The above opinion is my own swayed only by my inner Fashionista.
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