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I finally took the plunge & tried Madison Reed hair coloring. It is more expensive than the regular store brands. I had tried so many others & the color would usually turn somewhat brassy after a couple of weeks. Well I love Madison Reed Tuscany Brown. Color stays true till gray starts peaking through & my hair is in much better condition. I’m a fan now & intend to use it exclusively now.
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I have found that it's not so much the COLOR I use, but the SHAMPOO I use after the color.  I have found that Wen does NOT change the color of my hair after I've colored it.  Most other shampoos do!

 

 

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I haven't changed shampoos. Just the hair color brand.

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This is my favorite brand to use too!

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I go to an Aveda salon & Aveda colors are so long-lasting and vibrant.  I've had others hairdressers use other brands that were not even close to being vibrant (reds, specifically) or long-lasting.  One I remember holding horribly on my hair was (pardon the misspelling) is Schwarzkopf.

 

Another excellent brand is L'Oréal Majirel.  I used to go to hairdresser who used that brand & the reds were spectacular!

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Glad you found a brand you like. Enjoy!

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That is good to hear.  I was always curious about that product.  I no longer color my hair but at least my curiosity is satisfied.

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