There are so many variables that can go wrong during this process that we strongly advise going at it alone. But if you insist, here are our expert colorist's commandments for how to bleach your hair at home.
Many people with blonde hair mistakenly think that purple shampoo and conditioner will make their hair blonder but this is a common misconception. Purple shampoo actually works like this...

One of the fastest ways to blow a stack of money is to invest in getting your hair colored at the salon only go to home and ruin it a few weeks or even days later. Yes, that can actually happen if you’re not careful. Despite what you may have heard, it’s pretty easy to ruin your color-treated hair. All you have to do is wash too soon and too often and become besties with the sun among a few other things to ruin your hair color and there is no bottle of product that can undo the damage once it’s done. To help you avoid throwing away your money, here are some easy tips for how to make your hair color last longer and keep your color vibrant. READ MORE

When it comes to preserving your hair color, there are a few really good brands to go above and beyond just moisturizing your hair and help to make your hair vibrant. Because if it ain't bright, it ain't right. We're #JustSaying
There are a plethora of home color brands to choose from but only a handful that we think are the best of the best. Here are the best home hair color brands we found work the best on all hair types while still leaving the hair soft and supple.
So you've got what, like a gazillion bottles of “frizz serums” laying around and you still like you stuck your finger in an electrical outlet? It could be because you’re applying your products wrong. Try this approach instead.
Even though this press looks bomb, our current feelings on thermal relaxing natural hair (or any texture for that matter), is a big fat no for one main reason. Say it with us kids: heat damage.
A class action lawsuit has been filed alleging that WEN Cleansing Conditioner not only causes hair loss but that even after discontinuing use of it, your hair continues to fall out. Can we say this is about to be a fall out in hair care if their ever was one? (Pun seriously intended)




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