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Clairol nice n easy, L'Oreal Casting OR the hairdresser?

(7 Posts)
McSporran Wed 12-Apr-17 14:21:57

I have fine hair and have used L'Oreal for a few years. It's the one without Ammonia. I don't think it has done my hair any good - I suppose cause I repeat it about 4 times a year (hair very soft and fine).

Someone told me that Clairol is kinder to hair.

My hairdresser is telling me to go there. She uses Goldwell.

What to do; what to do.

BusterGonad Fri 14-Apr-17 18:38:02

I do mine myself. I have thick course hair and I'm not prepared to pay loads at the hairdresser.

Tantpoke Fri 14-Apr-17 23:40:29

I use clairol nice & easy shade 8 so a medium blonde. It's great, I love it and much more convenient then traipsing to the hairdresser and of course cheaper. Never had a problem with the condition of my medium length fine hair.
I used to always use a couple of shades darker but decided I'd brave the lighter one (no 8) and it's perfect for me.

cherryberrymum Sat 15-Apr-17 10:12:16

I was using this product at home on my own for years with great effect.

I got a voucher for a hair salon and Christmas and went and had highlights done which I loved however. My hair is ruined from them.

I wish I'd never let her near my hair. I will be sticking to nice n easy in future.

MadameJosephine Sat 15-Apr-17 11:27:19

NIce and easy. I've been using it since I was a teenager. I recently had my hair cut and the hairdresser thought it was my natural hair colour - I can't even remember what that is but it's probably very grey by now!

McSporran Sat 15-Apr-17 19:26:55

Thanks. Clairol taking the lead then. Tell me when you re-do it do you do the whole head again or just try and do the regrowth?

pamplemoussed Sat 15-Apr-17 21:41:50

Nice and easy here too. they recommend you put it on grey re growth and then wait ten mins before adding to length of hair.

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