The Best At-Home Hair Coloring Products: 52K Reviews
Based on 51,733 Influenster Reviews
If you're coloring your hair at home, using the right hair coloring product is absolutely crucial. Hair DIY is intimidating enough, without having to worry that the product you're using isn't high-quality. When you prepare your coloring station, along with gloves, a comb, bowls, foils, and towels, grab the best at-home hair coloring product there is on the market.
Influensters have spoken. Here are the top-rated at-home hair coloring products, based on more than 40K reviews.
I love how long it holds your color and its easy to use. also the conditioner thats included smells amazing!
I started buying this to dye my moms hair (we use one bottle and her hair is about 2.5 ft long) what we do is shake up the bottle and do her roots first wait 15 then use the rest of the bottle to go over her ends then wait 20 mins then wash out.
I use the expresso dark brown *its almost black but not exactly and looks natural on my olive complexion
It didn't feel too damaging either. Quite a few people have actually told me my hair looks healthier afterwards.
Also if you pair w John Freidas Brillant Brunette shampoo it will naturally lighten it over time
10/10 for ease of use & quality as well
ALSO: its available at Ulta (; *bonus points*
This is one of my favorite products(:
My hair colour? I'm not a real redhead, though I wish I were. This is the brand that got me to the colour I want, and I continually use it, as my roots grow in.
The nice things about it? The smell isn't horrible, which is a big change from the box dyes of old. It also sticks really well (my hair always hated taking colour), and it doesn't fade! Fading is the absolute worst thing that can happen with red hair, but I haven't had trouble since using ion!
The only thing I have difficulty with, is completely matching. I use the same box, every time, but the problem is... I'm *secretly* a natural blonde, but because I keep killing my hair with dye, it tends to come back a dirtier colour at first, before lightening up. So I'm never sure how long to keep the dye on for, and sometimes I end up with my roots being a tad lighter than the rest of my hair. It doesn't look bad or anything, but I can't seem to perfect this science yet. That's my own fault though.
Overall, I like this dye and the colours it offers. So does my sister - I made her hair blue not that long ago! Now THAT fades. ...read more
I usually dye my hair various shades of red, and it's easy to mess up red. It can look brassy, unnatural, cheap, or just bad. Revlon makes my hair look amazing. I've had a ton of people express surprise when I tell them I'm not a natural redhead. The color lasts about as long, with care, as you'd expect red to last, so it's about equivalent to most box dyes in this respect.
I also love that the color doesn't damage my hair much, and it doesn't have that gross freshly-dyed-hair smell when you're done (the inclusion of the after-color conditioner definitely helps). I've never had a bad experience using Revlon, and honestly, for the price, I don't know how any other box dye lines are still in business! ...read more