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09-19-12 | Posted by

Coloring your hair generally falls into two camps: the pricey and time consuming option of going to a salon and having a professional colorist select, apply and rinse your color, or the pocket-book friendly at home alternative, which can be messy and confusing. Just looking at all the formulations and shade options in the drugstore aisle can drive any sane woman into a panic. Wouldn’t it be great to combine both camps? Luckily for our BeautyintheBag UK readers, YourColour is here to offer the best of both worlds.

In a few easy steps, you can get professionally selected hair color in the comfort of your own home. The process starts with a free one-on-one consultation via FaceTime or Skype with a hair colorist from London’s Bar Hairdressing Salon. The chat consists of a detailed color consultation that takes into consideration your natural hair color, face shape, and preference for permanent, semi-permanent, high lift tint, or toner color. Following your chat, a unique color kit—formulated  and hand mixed by the colorist you spoke to—is mailed to your home address within five days.

The color kit (£16.20 + £2.60 postage, which includes the consultation) contains two professional salon color pouches made exclusively for you, one bottle of developer, one set of disposable gloves, a brush, mixing bag, and instructions. And, if you’re new to coloring your own hair, the YourColour website has step-by-step photo guides to help you treat, maintain, and care for your newly colored hair.

Returning for touch-ups is a breeze, YourColour saves your color preferences, so you can forgo the consultation and simply purchase the color kit online (also £16.20) any time you want. With YourColour, you can say goodbye to bad home dye jobs forever.


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