Do you colour your own hair, or pay a professional to do it for you?
I colour my own hair. I get those hair colour products in pharmacy and hypermarket. Most of them come with easy to follow step by step instruction. Just have to put in the color evenly all over my hair and wrap them up for hours. Cost less, save money
I've been dying my hair for so long, I couldn't even tell you exactly what my natural color would be now! I've had it done by a salon professional twice- once when it was colored for the 1st time, & once about 2 years ago for a "color correction". I now use semi-permanent dye, & even though it lasts about 4-6 weeks, a trip to the salon every time it needs to be touched up would be rather costly. The dye I use is a cream dye, & runs anywhere from $10-13 ( depending on where you purchase it). The tint bowl & brush were altogether a little over $4 at the beauty supply store, & I can get at least 2 full colors from 1 bottle of 4 oz dye ( my hair is an a-line bob). Even though it's a little time consuming to color it myself, $4 for supplies & $13 every 2 months -vs- $40-60 at the salon? Definitely a money -saver!
by Keith James Kennedy 7 years ago
Have you ever tried cutting your own hair?...I did a few weeks ago...
by Vince 3 years ago
Ladies, How many times a year do you dye or highlight your hair?Asking because of girfriend does it often.
by tiniewinne 5 years ago
Is it good idea to dye your eyebrows to match with hair color?
by L a d y f a c e 8 years ago
Do you dye your hair? If so, what color, and why?
by fitmom 6 years ago
Is there a healthy hair dye?I love to use products that don't have toxins and harmful chemicals. Anybody know if there is a way to dye hair without using all kinds of toxic sludge?
by McQueen3486 7 years ago
Personally, being in the field..I think they should. I remember a case, a while back. A women came into a salon, and was charged $65 for her haircut..the cost of a woman's haircut. However, a man with hair longer than hers was charged only $35 for his cut. The woman actually complained, and sued...
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