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Maximizing Your Beauty, Minimizing Damage
Refreshing your Ends

The very act of changing the color of your hair is a complex chemical procedure. Considering that, haircolor today is a miraculously 'user- friendly' product. Easily within an hour you can lighten and brighten your hair, cover your gray, or dramatically change your appearance with an entirely new hair color!

HaircolorAtHome strives to give you detailed information so that your hair coloring experience will be as successful as the most expensive salon haircolor service.

The directions inside your box of haircolor are packed with useful information. You can learn about allergy testing, strand testing and application procedures. You can also expect to achieve a relatively close shade to that represented on the box when the directions are followed.

'Refreshing' the color on the ends of your hair every time you color your hair however opens a Pandora's box of color problems that aren't easily solved by a novice, or often even by a professional.

Minerva would like to stress that over the counter hair color is more advanced than ever before. Even the strongest of hair however cannot stand the chemical processing of being repeatedly colored with permanent haircolor. This site looks forward to the day that permanent haircolor packaging includes a semi-permanent or no-ammonia haircolor to refesh your ends . This would be a very smart technique! © 2016 Design by InVogue Web