How to At-Home Glaze Your Hair
The following is a guest post from our friends at The Beauty Department.
First things first: you're gonna need some gear to glaze your hair at home (latex gloves, hair clips, shower cap, etc). Once you've got the full list, though, glazing your hair is actually quite easy, and while the treatments can seem expensive, you usually only need a little bit of the product per treatment, so you can get a lot of uses out of one bottle.
Our favorite is a Redken Shades EQ Crystal Clear + Shades EQ Processing Solution combination, but John Frieda's color glazr is only $10, and pretty great, too. Once you're finished with either, you'll have glossier, prettier colored hair. In just 30 minutes. What's not to love?
For the complete step-by-step guide (with pictures!), please visit TheBeautyDepartment.com.