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Home dyers- have you tried e-salon?

(8 Posts)
WildThong Fri 28-Feb-14 14:43:05

I've ordered today (try anything once), but just wondered if anyone has any experience of them.
here btw

WildThong Fri 28-Feb-14 20:57:05


cloudskitchen Fri 28-Feb-14 21:01:56

I had a look a while ago but wasn't brave enough to try.

cerealqueen Fri 28-Feb-14 21:06:20

I had a look too but not brave enough either. I like to look a a box and I couldn't really guage their colours. Still tempted though, as my last dye (auburn) came out very vibrant and then was great for about a week and has faded very quickly.

WildThong Fri 28-Feb-14 21:10:16

I'll let you know how it goes, the web site is quite helpful and I requested a light brown with no red that covers grey
It's half price for the first one although delivery is pricey, still cheaper than a salon mind.

justiceofthePeas Fri 28-Feb-14 21:10:55

Had a look at it looks quite interesting.
It is in dollars. is it being sent from US. and how long do you have to sign up for?

WildThong Fri 28-Feb-14 22:20:53

The charge is made in £. When you make your order you say when you will next dye your hair and how often after that. I put 2 weeks and 10 weeks respectively. I checked about the cancellation policy, and I can do so any time after the first order has shipped. The order confirmation said 5 - 10 days so that's suits my roots.

WildThong Sun 16-Mar-14 21:18:06

Thought I would come back and update since I have now used it for the first time.
It took two weeks to arrive btw.
I am really pleased with the result. It was lovely to apply, very thick and glossy and somehow comfortable- no sting or itch or strong smell at all.
I asked for a dark blonde with minimum reddish tones, the colour is good if a little more golden than I expected but maybe that will fade down after a few washes. Definitely better than the shop bought boxes although it is dearer to buy.

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