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As promised, I am following up on my Clairol Nice ’n Easy hair coloring experience. It has been a few weeks now since I actually colored my hair and the results are still really amazing. The color is still rich and vibrant and exactly what I wanted it to be. I give full credit to the Clairol Nice ’n Easy CC+ Colorseal Conditioner. The Clairol Nice ’n Easy CC+ Colorseal Conditioner actually comes in the same box as the hair coloring kit itself and is to be used as your final step in the hair coloring process, but it also mentions that you should follow up with the conditioner once every week to help your hair soft.
The way I have been doing it is every 4-5 days I replace my regular conditioner with this in my shower routine and let it sit for a few minutes while I do other things like shaving my legs or my shower skincare routine. That little step makes a huge difference in the longevity of your color. Clairol Nice ’n Easy CC+ Colorseal Conditioner will definitely help you lock in long-lasting shiny color until you are ready to color again! You should also know that you can purchase the CC+ Colorseal Conditioner by itself as a stand-alone product, and it is awesome so you should. As you can see, my lovely dark auburn locks are still going strong and they are super healthy and shiny due to the Clairol Nice ’n Easy CC+ Colorseal Conditioner. I am pretty much obsessed with the color and the fact that it looks as natural as the hair color I was born with. Clairol has always provided women with a wide range of product options, shades and served as a source of information to meet women’s at-home hair color needs with easy-to-follow instructions. If I am being honest with you I think this range is the only hair color range I have actually ever used at home and it is because it is so easy to do. That and my sister actually recommended it to me when I was a teen!
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