Madison Reed Hair Color

I started using Madison Reed Hair Color during the pandemic and I’ve continued to use their products because they’re so easy to use. This is seriously simple hair color at home! I don’t have highlights so this was a great option for me. I really just needed something that would touch up my roots and blend in with my hair. I DO recommend going to one of their color bars and getting them to tell you which color to use. When I tried their online matching tool it gave me a color that I wasn’t looking for! For me this has been the best at home hair color and it doesn’t dry my hair out like some of the other products that I’ve tried.

Watch the video below to see how to color your hair at home and how easy Madison Reed Hair Color makes it!

I have a subscription for my at home hair color so it shows up every five weeks (or whatever you want to set your subscription to), just as new grays are showing up. The best part is, it takes less than an hour so I can get the color on my hair, set and washed all during nap time! I mean it doesn’t get much easier than that for at home hair color that looks like I spent hours at the salon.

Products Used:

At home hair color using Madison Reed Hair Color

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Kelly Dees

Hi, I’m Kelly. Previously an interior decorator, I became a full-time mother and blogger in 2020. When I’m not spending time with my wonderful family in Dallas, Texas, I love writing and creating recipes that are gluten free, sugar free, and low carb. I had so many questions when I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease and Diabetes. I knew that I couldn’t be the only one out there that felt this way! Which is why I created …w/ Kelly, to share all of my discoveries with you.  From the good to the bad. I hope you enjoy my blog and that my experiences help you to not feel so overwhelmed like I did. 

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