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eSalon Review Update: Still Awesome 9 Orders Later!


It's been nearly 18 months since I visited eSalon headquarters for a behind the scenes tour and in-house color. In that time, it's been the only brand I use for hair color. I just visited my eSalon account and found I've colored my hair 9 times since my trip!

Touching up roots is easy with a brush and bowl
If you've read my blog, you know I used to try all the store brands to test them out and post reviews, but eSalon has been so good for my hair, I don't want to use anything else.

My eSalon color
My family has signed up and tried eSalon. My sister-in-law's hair looks awesome every time we visit! Now, my coworker who has been longing to do her outgrown roots for months, is ready to try. As soon as she tries it, I'll post before and after pics.

I got her some products to try on her light blonde hair in the meantime:


Since I'm a huge fan of eSalon, I wanted to point out a few products I enjoy, remind you that you can get $10 off your first order, and share some past hair color links, just to reminisce some of my good and bad hair color moments over the past few years.

If you're not familiar with my eSalon story:
eSalon.com Hair Color Review

My sister's experience with eSalon:
Coloring Long, Thick Hair: My Sister's Experience with eSalon

Flat hue and stinky hair with Clairol:
Clairol Nice n' Easy Hair Color Review

I was trying to be nice about my experience with Olia, but those hot roots are crazy:
Garnier Olia Hair Color Review

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