At Home Hair Color Step 2 Conditioning


This is a sponsored post written by us on behalf of Clairol Nice ’n Easy for IZEA. All opinions are 100% ours.

In our previous post, we covered 3 Reasons to Choose at Home Hair Color, where we discussed the convenience, affordability and color variety of purchasing coloring systems versus going to salons for your coloring needs. It’s convenient because you’re able to purchase your color when you’re ready to color your hair and not have to wait for an appointment at the salon.

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The next step in coloring your hair at home is using a post coloring conditioner to condition and seal the color. It’s best to use the conditioner provided with your  Clairol’s CC+ Colorseal Conditioner to help create long-lasting results. Use of at home coloring system conditioner is similar to your home conditioner. See the directions below. Using a conditioner will make sure that your color stays vibrant and lasts longer between touch ups.

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  1. Squeeze a quarter-size amount of CC+ Colorseal Conditioner to the palm of your hand following shampooing.
  2. Mix the conditioner throughout your hair.
  3. Let the conditioner sit in your hair for 2 minutes.
  4. Rinse.

Here are the the results of my hair color! My shade is 6N, Natural Lighter Brown. It’s perfect for me! I chose this color because it’s a natural color for my skin tone and it is close to my natural color, but it effectively covers the grays that are starting to show. I have used Clairol hair color for years, and I wouldn’t switch even if someone offered to pay me. Their color is true to the box and long-lasting. The instructions are truly easy-to-follow, and Clairol Nice ’n Easy hair color is pennies in cost when compared to the pricing you pay if you go to a salon.

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Since coloring my hair, I’ve noticed that my hair feels healthier. Unlike other at-home coloring systems I’ve used previously, the color has remained rich. It hasn’t faded and my hair is still so shiny. Clairol includes a CC+ Colorseal Conditioner that helps your hair remain rich, colorful and soft for weeks after coloring your hair. You can also purchase their CC+ Colorseal Conditioner separately. When you’re in love with the color hair you have, you want it to last so the fact that you have a conditioner that helps with that is a huge plus.

As I rinsed the conditioner from my hair, I could tell that my hair was going to be smooth and easy to brush through. I love that feeling! No one likes jumping out of the shower after using conditioner and having to work so hard to get a brush through your hair. It’s recommended that the conditioner be used once a week until it’s all gone or you’re ready to color your hair again with your favorite color from Clairol.      – Danielle

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At Home Hair Color Step 2 Conditioning

Now that your hair is condition and feeling fabulous, here’s How You Maintain Colorful Hair.

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Danielle Jones
Danielle Jones
Danielle lives Kalamazoo, MI with her husband, Jason and their very active, goofy and curious toddler, Braxton. They also have two non-ferocious and loving pit bulls. When Danielle isn’t writing, she is working as a recruiter and also runs a photography business (Two Clicks Photography and Design) with her sister. Her interests include fitness, healthy eating, cooking, wine, reading, photography, exploring beautiful state of Michigan, and spending time with family. She is a hardcore Spartans, Lions, Tigers and Red Wings fan and can talk sports all day long. You can find her blog here: and visit her photography page at Follow her on Instagram: danielle_jones and twitter: @ daniseitzjones.

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