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AdvantagesPrice, ease of use and smell

DisadvantagesDoesn't last that long and hard to get out of the bottle

...Having spent a fortune at a local salon getting my hair died with really poor results I decided to go for the cheaper option and do it myself at home. I have never been very good at this so don?t tend to do it very often. This also means I have no preference of colour or brand as I can never remember which one I used last time. After perusing the shelves in Boots, I chose a Botanics Spiced...

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Advantages-good colour -good to hair's condition -made from plant extracts -affordable -easily bought online

Disadvantages-stains everything in sight -doesn't last as long as permanent (obviously) -no permanent version

...I saw my scalp was also purple :s Obviously this was to be expected, but it still looks odd; hence why I am washing my hair tonight and giving it a good old scrub with SLS and Paraben free Jason Natural Biotin shampoo and conditioner (which smells divine). Obviously I am not expecting the colour to last long due to it only being semi-permanent, so will probably resort back to salon colour. But if...

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Advantagesworks incredibly well, cheap

Disadvantagesnot a very big colour range

...I've been using the Boots semi-permanent hair dyes for absolutely years now. For me these give the best results at an absolutely bargain price. The full price is £3.00 each, however they are normally on offer for 2 for £5.00, just recently I've picked them up for 3 for £7.00 though - even better! The biggest drawback to these though is the limited range of colours, there's no red in...

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