If you'd sooner shave your head than color your own hair, we feel you—coloring your hair takes time and money. Plus, the salon can be expensive. But thanks to these 11 at-home hair color tricks, hacks, product recommendations, and tips, the once-laborious act of DIYing your color can kinda turn into the best, easiest spa day ever.
1 tbl. Olive OiL 2 tbl. Honey 1 tbl. Apple cider vinegar Mix all the ingredients thoroughly and apply it to the hair and scalp. Use a wide toothed comb to comb through the hair and evenly spread the hair mask. Let it stay for an hour and then wash off with lukewarm water. This is one of the best home hair mask recipes.
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*Oscar Blandi Vivid Clear Shine Glaze, $28: Use this popular pick as a five-minute weekly treatment and/or add a bit to your daily conditioner to seal the hair cuticle, tame frizz and help hair look its glossiest.
If you'd sooner shave your head than color your own hair, we're not going to convince you to DIY. But if you're an avid at-home colorist—or want to try it for the first time—we culled the best insider tricks and tips for achieving salon-worthy results.
If you get your hair colored professionally or touch it up at home, then you know what a pain it can be — and how frequently you have to do it. Ugh, hair. How it grows and grows. Well, now there's an easier option for us ladies and dudes who dye our hair. It's called "lived-in color" and it's one of the raddest hair trends that lets you live that carefree hair life. Celebrity colorist Johhny Ramirez based in Beverly Hills and New York City created the look, which, according to The Cut is "a…