I’m so happy to be partnering with Clairol on this post to show you how I color my hair at home with the NEW Clairol Nice ‘n Easy. I love to change up my look, and if you know me, you know I love to do treatments at home to save time and money.
As the seasons changed, I knew I wanted to change my hair again, and the last time I colored my hair was in January, when I got highlights. I’ve been giving my hair a break, while I was letting it grow. The only thing I’ve done to my hair since January is color my roots to cover grays and match my hair color. I’ve always used Clairol Nice ‘n Easy in the shade 6 (Light Brown) and have loved the amazing results, but never used it all over. I thought to myself, what if I used the color I love so much, but on my entire head? Mind blowing, I know!
I initially thought of going lighter, but since all of the highlights on my bangs had grown out, I had an aha moment. I thought of trying something new, going darker! So I did, using Clairol Nice ‘n Easy. The process is so easy, let me tell you – I jumped into the brunette wagon right away.
I have a long list of reasons why I love coloring my hair at home, but these are just a few:
First, being at home I’m able to save time (and money!). Clairol Nice ‘n Easy is $7.99 at the drugstore and no appointment is needed (no driving around), so I’m able to color my hair on my own schedule.
Second, it’s so easy to use and makes anyone feel confident dyeing their own hair, which is something that intimidates a lot of women.
Lastly, the NEW & improved Clairol Nice ‘n Easy, gives you everything you love with a non-drip formula that smells like fresh flowers and not ammonia… hallelujah to that! Like I said, I’ve used Nice ‘n Easy for a long time and this new formula is by far the best-smelling, with lingering fresh lily scents.
- Damage blocking technology
- Permanent color
- Conditioners at every step
- Light, fresh lily scent
- 100% gray coverage
- 47 natural-looking shades
Also, the breakthrough innovation ME+*, reduces the risk of new allergic reactions (’cause no one wants that), but still covers those pesky gray hairs, I call that a win-win!
*Although the risk of developing new allergy is reduced, there remains a risk of allergic reaction that can be severe. Colorers must always perform an Allergy Alert Test 48 hours before each application. If a colorer has had an adverse reaction to hair color previously they must consult a dermatologist before using any hair color product.
BEFORE & AFTER
Prep: It is as easy as 1, 2, 3 literally, simply pour tube 1 inside bottle #2, shake and apply.
Application: Apply on unwashed hair, starting with the roots. If you have new hair growth, then work through applying it to the rest of your hair. Total time is 20 minutes.
Finish: Rinse hair and shampoo. Apply a quarter size of CC+ ColorSeal Conditioner.
I usually let my hair air-dry (instead of blow drying), and then I either curl it or straighten it. I’ve been all about straight hair lately.
I love how my hair color turned out using Clairol Nice ‘n Easy in 6 (light brown). It looks healthier, shinier and covered my grays, which means I’m already feeling more confident and fearless. It layered my different tones and contoured my highlights for a warmer, richer color. I’m in love with my hair y’all!
Thank you so much for stopping by – I loved sharing my hair coloring journey and tips with you. If you have any additional questions, leave me a comment below, or you can always reach out on social media.
With Lots of Love,