Now, I this was not my first time coloring my hair at home, but it definitely was very easy to figure out...
Although, I wish it came in a foam application, because I have long hair and it isn't easy to apply hair dye and get full coverage... My fiance did point out that I did end up missing a couple spots towards the back. Though, I used the whole amount of the solution.
I also ended up dripping on the bathroom floor... Which came out easily since I wiped it immediately. It did not stain my skin, which was nice.
It takes no time at all really, typically 15 minutes for application and then rinse it out in the shower.
Now it says to keep rinsing until the water runs clear, but I noticed that no matter how long I stayed in the shower, the water still had a slight red tint to it even in the end...
I wish that Nice N' Easy Non-Permanent Hair Color had a larger variety of colors... I have natural auburn hair, but the only red color I could find was darker auburn, which I think came out a touch too dark for my skin tone.
I did have slight trouble finding a store that carried the non-permanent hair color, they carried Nice N' Easy Permanent Hair color only...
I also ended up having to pay a 56 cent tax on my 'get one free' coupon because Rite Aid couldn't get the tax to come off no matter how many times they typed in the coupon code... Not a big deal, but slightly annoying.
I do recommend this hair color, but not to first time home hair coloring users...
I recommend using a foam hair color for first time users, as it gives you better coverage during the application process and typically does not drip as much.
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Post Note: This was not a paid post, these are my own opinions and I received a coupon for a free box of Nice N' Easy Non-Permanent Hair Color Via Mail from VocalPoint.com to review the product on my site and theirs as well.