Coloring Your Hair With Garnier Olia #MyOliaStory #Sponsored

I’m sharing #MyOliaStory as part of a Garnier® sponsored series for Socialstars™. All opinions and hair color are my own.
Coloring your hair with Garnier Olia via @agirlsgottaspa #MyOliaStory #Sponsored

If you’ve been following #MyOliaStory for the past few months, then you know I’ve been dyeing my hair at home with Garnier® Olia every 6 weeks.

This is the most consistent I have been in years, since I had stopped dyeing my hair all together during my pregnancies. For some reason, my hair had become a very dark brunette during that time – which I can tell you is not my natural color, but I’m not entirely sure how it came to be. (Has this happened to anyone else??) I wanted to go back to a much lighter version of brown while retaining the look of it being natural.

Coloring your hair with Garnier Olia via @agirlsgottaspa #MyOliaStory #Sponsored

If you still haven’t tried Garnier® Olia for yourself, let me tell you some of the things I have loved about using it:

Olia is an ammonia-free hair dye – I love that even though my color is coming from a bottle, it certainly doesn’t smell that way during the process.
The dye is powered by 60% oil – That means my hair is being nourished during coloring and won’t end up dry and brittle
100% gray coverage – This girl has got grays, but I don’t need anyone knowing that. Gray hair is tough, but I love that Olia completely covers them.
Hair feels soft and manageable – Sometimes dyeing your hair can result in it feeling like straw, but my hair feels really soft.

Coloring your hair with Garnier Olia via @agirlsgottaspa #MyOliaStory #Sponsored

I used Olia 6 1/2 .3 again as my shade, but instead of just doing my roots this time, I actually did my whole head. I was a little nervous about that, but I’m happy with how it came out.

Overall, I really like using Garnier® Olia and the fact that you can find it just about everywhere and it’s affordable means that I know it is always accessible when I need to freshen up my color again. I think in September I’ll go back to darkening it up a bit for Fall/Winter with a warmer brown.

To follow the story from the beginning, check out these posts:

Garnier Hair Color Review
Getting My Hair Summer-Ready
5 Surefire Ways Pampering Boosts Your Mood (and Confidence)
How to Lighten Your Hair

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Shannon Smyth

Shannon began A Girl's Gotta Spa! beauty blog in 2005 to morph her love of beauty and in educating women on what truly works and what does not. She has been featured in Glamour, VOGUE Australia, Woman's World, Nail Pro, SHAPE and on WBRE's PA Live. She is a go-to source for social media consulting when it comes to beauty brands.

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