Answer: If you have brown hair, YUP.
Lightening your brunette locks can lead to brassy tones over time.
It's not just blondes who face washed-out color or brassiness.
Fading and brassiness isn't a struggle that's exclusive to blondes.
Prepare to ~wash~ and learn, folks.
If you're looking to extend the life of your in-salon coloring job, a hair glaze is a great way to go.
Before you take a seat in your own color stylist's salon chair, be sure you've got the color-protecting essentials to keep your rich new shade shining throughout the season.
And I’ve tried them all.
Spray and go with ACV Leave-In Hair Therapy
Here's how to look hot (but stay cool) as temps rise.
Spring is here, and life is about to get easier.
I love the brand's Cool Blonde line, and now my brunette sisters can benefit!
Smooth, Shiny Hair is Here to Stay with ACV Leave-In Hair Therapy
3 Friends Put dpHUE's Apple Cider Vinegar Products to the Test
She's been battling grays since she turned 26. Now she's won the war. Watch the results.
Emma gives her dry, frizzy locks the dpHUE one-two, with GLOSS+ and Argan Oil Therapy.
Though there are many beauty products out there that will claim to change your entire life ...