When you can’t make it out to the salon, these three at home hair color subscription boxes are worth checking out.
I first tried eSalon 7 years ago when it first launched. I went through the steps to find the right color I was looking for and the multiple steps to color my hair just right. (It seemed like a lot more steps than regular box color – but in the end, my color came out perfect.)
To create your hair color box, you create a profile by answering different questions. A professional colorist reads your profile to create your kit.
Madison Reed is Leaping Bunny certified cruelty free hair dye, and touts their point of difference in their 50+ shades for all hair types and textures being free of harsh ingredients like ammonia, parabens, resorcinol, PPD, phthalates and gluten.
To discover the best color for you, you take a quiz on their website. They do also offer a number where you can call a professional.
color&co starts with a live consultation with a hair color professional and creating a color profile to determine the right color for you. I love this, as it gives you face to face access to a professional and they can actually see your hair texture and color.
Formulas are free of Parabens, PPD and resorcinol. If you have long, thick hair, they will double the product in your first colorbox free of charge.
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