When coloring hair at home, the color change should stay within two shades of the current tone. Semi-permanent color is a good choice for people who are not ready to commit to a color or are unsure about the chosen color... More »

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Using a store-bought color remover or a homemade vitamin C treatment that mixes vitamin C powder with shampoo are ways to remove hair coloring. Both of these methods work on permanent and semi-permanent hair dye and do n... More »

When coloring hair that is more than 25 percent gray, choose a permanent hair color with neutral, red or gold undertones, and leave it on for the entire length of time defined in the instructions. Semi- or demi- permanen... More »

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An easy way to color dark hair is to use a cool-toned home dye kit within two shades of the person's natural hair color. Subtle highlights make the new color appear more natural, flattering and vibrant. The supplies need... More »

When looking for the perfect hair color, it is important to remember that one can go up to three shades darker than one's natural color but only two shades lighter. When choosing a color, one must also consider skin tone... More »

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Before bleaching your hair at home, identify a realistic color goal by evaluating its current state. Prepare your hair with a conditioner to strengthen it against potential damage. For an effective bleaching product, cho... More »

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Pick a Clairol hair color by using Clairol's shade guide, considering your skin tone, choosing a light color and trying a demi-permanent hair color. If you are unsure of your choice, color experts are available at 800-25... More »