I fake it every day, do you? Ha! I pile on the skincare, wear makeup and color my hair all to look and feel my best. I am not only trying to look and feel good, but I am also trying to defy the clock and fake my age. I think one of the most important things I do is color my hair, because if I didn't, I'd look much older than I am. That's why I experience the pleasure of faking it and choose great products like AGEbeautiful Haircolor. With AGEbeautiful Haircolor, you won't just be faking your age — you'll be redefining it.
When I have naturally youthful looking hair, I feel great about myself and with the right hair color that not only colors but conditions hair, you'll achieve an amazing afterglow. AGEbeautiful Haircolor fights all five signs of aging hair — grays, thinning, wiry texture, dryness, and dullness. When coloring, not only are you adding in gorgeous color, you are restoring moisture, volume, manageability, and shine. Each product is also infused with vitamin E for hair and scalp health, so it's a hair treatment.
I'm a stickler for having great hair. The hair color formulations you find in the drugstores are made to develop too fast and are very harsh on the hair — not good. AGEbeautiful Haircolor is a professional formula that is simple to use (follow the instructions here), so you get professional results right in the privacy of your home. There are over 40 professionally developed shades so you look the most natural, younger-looking you.
What you need to color at home: AGEbeautiful Haircolor (it comes in a liqui-créme or liquid color version), developer, gloves, bowl and brush OR bottle. Be sure to protect your clothes and follow the instructions as noted above. Using the right developer for proper color lift is important. I use Volume 10 and the color 10G with 8N right at my temples for my hard to cover roots. I prefer the liqui-créme version as it's thicker and less messy in my opinion and I use the bowl and brush method as I just touch up my roots. The bottle is better for all-over hair color.
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