Hair dye and natural products just aren’t two things that you think of together, right? There are tons of chemicals in hair dye, especially when you try at home or if you want a good outcome. But what happens when you’re tired of your hair and desperately need something new?
Madison Reed Color Bar Plano
I was so lucky to have been invited to try out Madison Reed Color Bar and their natural hair products. I didn’t know mich about them, but was so excited when they walked me through their products and pricing.
Since their dye and glosses are meant to protect your hair without damaging, they aren’t made for drastic changes. After talking with my color specialist about my needs we decided to go for a dark red tone for the fall season.
I hadn’t dyed my hair in over 6 years you guys – SIX YEARS! I’m so glad I trusted Madison Reed though because I love the subtle outcome, especially because it means minimal upkeep as it grows out.
You can even take their product home and do your touch ups or full head yourself – without having to use the cheap hair dye from the grocery store.
Whats In Madison Reed Products?
This dye is permanent, but doesn’t lighten your hair more than two shades, and doesn’t fry or damage your gorgeous hair! It’s multi dimensional and gives your hair various shades of the color you’ve chosen, creating volume and a hair color that doesn’t look flat and lifeless.
They’re proud to have the first ever Smart 6-Free permanent hair color: Free of ammonia, parabens, resorcinol, PPD, phthalates, and gluten. They also add nutrients including keratin, argan oil, and ginseng root extract.
They don’t just dye either, you can get a gloss over your older hair color to lock in shine and add protection, and they’ll be adding balayage through lightworks soon too! They can also touch up your roots or even blow out your hair! I left feeling so cute y’all.
Check Out Madison Reed!
I’m glad I found a good alternative to toxic hair dye to try out. I hope you take the time to check out Madison Reed in Plano or one of their upcoming locations in Fort Worth or Southlake. Tag me and let me know how it goes!