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Lately I have been wanting to try a new look. Not only is my hair looking dull lately, but my grays are showing through and I have been wanting to switch up my color in general. I have used Clairol Nice ‘n Easy for years, since my high school days. And if we are being honest that was a long time ago. I have always loved the results and the shade range offered by Clairol. I have actually had grays in my hair since I was a teen, not many at first but over the years they have definitely multiplied. One of the great things about Clairol Nice ‘n Easy, aside from the 45 shades they provide, is that it has 100% gray coverage. Because I can choose any color I wanted and still have all my hair issues be solved, I decided to go with an auburn shade. If you look on the back of the boxes while you are trying to decide on a hair color you will see that there is a guide to go by. On the left side of the box you will see 3 shades of hair color that you should be starting with, and the shades to the right are the ones that you will likely end up with. The shade on the bottom right is actually the color I wanted to be my end result, which is why I chose Natural Dark Auburn. I did the strand test 2 nights before I colored my hair and I encourage you to do the same! Een though I didn’t show the allergy test in the video, I did the allergy test the night before to make sure I didn’t have any kind if reaction from the hair dye. The instructions for the strand and allergy test are featured within the instructions that come in the hair color box; ALWAYS read the instructions and do the allergy test even if you have colored your hair before. I use hair at the nape of my neck so that it is nice and discreet. You can tell from the before and after shots that my hair before was sort of boring, lackluster, and cool toned. In the after shot there is a vibrancy, depth and warmth that I am really loving. You can see the pretty shine in the after shot as well. After I did the full coloring process I used the CC+ Colorseal Conditioner, which has to be used over the following weeks to help preserve the vibrancy and shine. I personally love it and think it smells amazing. I will keep you updated over the next few weeks with my color transformation and wear time. I love my new rich, deep auburn shade and I think that I may play around with the actual color of my hair more throughout the year.
If you are looking to color your hair, no matter if you are looking for the lightest of blonde to the deepest of brunette, Clairol Nice ’n Easy has you covered. I like to follow the Clairol Twitter and Clairol YouTube accounts to see what is new from the brand and general how-tos. Tell me in the comments below: Have you ever colored your hair? If so, what was your favorite shade?
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