So most of you know I am a ginger. I have recently been complaining about my hair getting lighter, fading, maybe trending towards that fated going white stage as I age. Especially since I have had my hysterectomy. So I have been looking for ways to keep it a bit more vibrant. And I think Overtone is the answer. Maegan Scarlett and Liora Dudar were in their 20s when they decided they'd had enough of the fading and constant damage that came with having vibrant hair color. Together, they created a product they had always wanted: a hair-healthy, semi-permanent alternative to dye that could both achieve and maintain head-turning hair colors - sans damage and cold showers. As it happened, Maegan and Liora weren't alone in their desire for a better hair color option. After launching the brand in 2014, demand skyrocketed and Overtone quickly became known as an industry disruptor in the hair color world. Now, thanks to two hair color enthusiasts, consumers have a means to skip the box dye and pricey salon touch-ups and instead condition their way to a vibrant, healthy hue!
I got two colors from the Basics line - Golden Brown and Ginger, of course. The award-winning Coloring Conditioners were developed to enhance natural hair color while also delivering hair-healthy, next-level nourishment to strands. Overtone conditioners put you in control of your hair color. In under 15 minutes, refresh your shade from the comfort of your shower. Whether you’re platinum blonde and want a darker shade, or you’ve got brown strands and are looking for a richer tone, Basics are here for it. I am in love with my hair again. And am getting so many compliments. It feels good to feel good.
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