Last night, I was looking in the mirror at my hair and realized the color still looks pretty darn good. So I'm standing there thinking, well it can't have been that long since I colored because the overall color hasn't faded much, but when I logged in to eSalon's website to see when my next order ships, I was shocked that it's scheduled for early next week!
It has been almost 10 weeks, so I left the order as scheduled and added a bottle of color-safe shampoo and conditioner and the handy cape that eSalon sells, so instead of dying my shoulders, I can keep 'em clean.
If you want to know why I post about eSalon so frequently, or why I just love the brand, check out my May 2014 post about eSalon. I'm really proud to be a customer, and there are few companies that leave me with a good feeling: eSalon, The Honest Company, Target, ModCloth, and Craftsy.
I'm looking at that list and what they seem to have in common is a primarily web-based experience and being relatively small, yet successful startups. But what else exists is a commitment to a great customer experience, whether online or in the store. These are companies I would feel comfortable working for, not just being a customer - okay, maybe not the big corporate experience of Target - but you get the idea.
I'm trying something new as well - for the next few weeks, I'm going to look through my blog and Facebook comments and pick some lucky people to get $10 off an eSalon product order. That means you could try one of eSalon's awesome styling products at a substantial discount! Comment on my blog or my Facebook page and share your coloring experiences in detail and tell me if you've tried eSalon in the past and I'll pick a few people to get $10 off a product order.
In the meantime, if you're ready to try eSalon hair color for the first time, let me refer you and get $10 off your first order! Subscribe to their service and your first order is just $9.95 plus shipping!