At Home Hair Hacks

You don’t necessarily need to go to the salon and pay the big bucks and spend hours of your time for professional services.  Look for these at-home products and beautify your tresses at home, on your own time.

A scalp scrub can help alleviate product build up – especially to combat the after effects that the ever-popular dry shampoo can cause.  Excessive blow drying can also cause scalp irritation, which results in flaking and itching.  Try R & Co Crown Scalp Scrub, or Low Key Cleansing Walnut Scalp Scrub.

All hair textures and colors can benefit from shine – it’s like a top coat for your hair!  A glaze or a gloss fits the bill nicely.  In addition to adding shine, a gloss can also tame flyaways and extend the life or your color.  A professional glaze can run $50 and up and only last a week or two.  Try an at-home version, like John Frieda Clear Shine Luminous Hair Glaze or Gloss Moderne.

If you’re adventurous enough to attempt hair color at home, DpHue Color Boosting Gloss and Deep Conditioning Treatment because it does all of those things: colors, boosts, glosses and conditions!  Meant to be used between treatments, the color rinses out after a few washes.

Madison Reed has become “the” name in higher-end at home color.  They personalize their formula for each customer based on a survey “Quiz” requesting information regarding , and they send you an entire kit which includes everything you need to DIY your hair.  Unlike drugstore brand color, Madison Reed has multi-dimensional color, no harsh odor, and is paraben-free.


Let us know if you have tried any of these products – we’d love to hear how they worked for you.

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