How to Get A+ Haircolor at Home
It used to be that a do-it-yourself dye job would probably get you an F: for flat, fake-looking,
or fried. Not anymore.
"The color is gorgeous, and just feels right. Everyone's telling me I should always have been a redhead. The change has been so uplifting, I'm definitely going to keep it up at home. I'll probably skip the highlights next time, though, because that process is pretty complicated—and I wouldn't want to ruin the rich red color. If I feel like I really need lighter pieces around my face, I'll get them at the salon."