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Revlon Colorist Will Not Fade Away!

Revlon has launched their latest haircare color product called Revlon Colorist, $15.99. It takes just 20-25 minutes to apply and only requires two minutes of maintenance once a week! What makes it so fab is revolutionary fade resistant technology that refreshes your color and shine with shade-matched Conditioning Colorglaze.

If it's good enough for Sheryl Crow, then it's good enough for me! She has joined the long list of Hollywood A-list ladies who have become involved in the do-good Revlon team. Sheryl is the spokesperson for the product and she is also a fan! She uses color #80 on her long locks. Talk about the proof being in the pudding, she has some pretty amazing hair!

You heard it here first, and this is definitely not the last you've heard of Revlon Colorglaze. A TV, print and in-store ad campaign, which has been shot in Nashville and NYC, will feature Sheryl Crow and the Buddy Holly version of the hit song “Not Fade Away.”

Revlon Colorist is now available at drug and mass retailers nationwide in 26 different shades with custom Colorglazes matched to your base color. The box includes salon-quality, permanent hair color plus a Colorglaze.

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angelfromlsu angelfromlsu 8 years
I color my own hair but I get professional (Not Sally's) color and mix the shades myself. My mother was a hair colorist and taught me how to do it perfectly. I get so annoyed with those colorists in salons. Most want to strip my hair before they want to touch up my roots (my hair is red). Stripping is the worst thing you can every do to your hair. Geez
ccsugar ccsugar 9 years
I used to color my hair at home too, but after a while it just looked to fake. So I broke down and started getting it professionally done. I spend a lot more now, but it's so worth it!
Tiinnaaaa Tiinnaaaa 9 years
ooh i love her hair colour!
JessNess JessNess 9 years
I use to color with box colors all the time. Revlon is pretty good. However I go to Sallys Beauty now and buy my color there after my stylist told me. He was the first stylist I ever had that didnt scold me for doing my own color- he actually gave me suggestions :jawdrop: What is the two minute maintance? Im confused about that.
SaRaH-22 SaRaH-22 9 years
midaswell spend $15 more and go get it professionally done!
missixty02 missixty02 9 years
I am still hesitant to color at home :/
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