Don't trust the model on the box. Sure, the woman smiling on the front of the box looks beautiful, but the color of her hair is a fantasy. "The color always ends up lighter than the model's hair on the packaging," says colorist Dana Ionato of the Sally Hershberger Downtown salon in New York City. "The developer in at_home permanent dyes is very strong stronger that the ones we use in the salon so it lifts the color and makes it lighter than what you see on the box." A better estimate on how the color will end up is the chart on the top of the box, which shows you the final color you get from a range of different hair_color shades.
Peanut Butter & Jelly Hair : Created by colorist Megan Schipani for a client who wanted to "keep it 'natural'" but also wanted "something fun," this clever, two_tone look features a golden blonde inspired by the color of peanut butter and shades of purple to evoke jelly. Buttered Rose Gold Hair : Stylist Presley Poe calls this very 2018 color "Butter'd Rose Gold" due to its blend of slightly metallic pink and yellowy_blonde tones. "For this color, I blended the current fade from her previous color [a bright pink] with the pink melt at the base," Poe told Allure. The result is a lived_in, wearable version of rose.