From Drab To Fab With Clairol Perfect 10 by Nice ‘N Easy

Clairol Perfect 10 by Nice ‘N Easy


By Lesley Ellen Mirza

Yes, I colour my hair.

In fact, I’ve been colouring it for SO MANY YEARS that when recently asked what my natural hair colour was, I had to pause and really think about it. What is my natural hair colour?

Visiting the salon is a lovely experience, but if we are honest ladies, it’s expensive, and sucks away hours from your day. That’s why I colour my hair at home in between salon visits. What do I use? Clairol Perfect 10 by Nice ‘N Easy 6R Ginger in a Snap (light auburn).

I don’t like anything too complicated, and I don’t have much free time on my hands these days. I need products that are simple and effective, which is why Perfect 10 is my go-to product for home hair colouring.

I love how easy it is to apply Perfect 10, due to it’s PerfectColor Comb (hair is coated from root to tip), and in only 10 minutes all of my pesky grey hairs are 100 per cent covered with rich, salon-inspired colour. And it’s permanent colour crème formula, with unique AminoGlycine technology leaves my hair really soft and glossy for up to six weeks (yes, six weeks, people!), all for approx $16.

Is your hair colour looking a little drab? Not to worry, the lovely peeps at Clairol Canada have a super-exciting opportunity coming your way, and soon. All I can say is, you really need to visit the Clairol Facebook page and “Like” it ASAP. GO NOW. Seriously. And, make sure you come back here first thing on the 22nd to get the scoop. It will be SO worth your while. Would I lie to you?

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  • I recently just started coloring my hair… and I’m so glad I decided to! The color complements my skin tone very well. I use Revlon’s Colorstay but now I think I’m going to try Clairol’s next. Thanks for the post! 🙂

  • What I like about colouring my hair at home is that it is really inexpensive and doesn’t take too long. I really do love going to my salon, but it can take up to four hours for a cut and colour – that’s too much time out of my day!

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