For those seeking a more economical approach to hair color, box dyes are still a thing. Yes, at-home hair color may sound like a process, mess and possible disaster, but for those so inclined to give it a try, there are salon-quality options you may not know about.
While a pricey salon treatment can be easier, it’s definitely more time consuming and expensive. Madison Reed, named for the creator’s daughter, focuses on providing high-quality and safe color for natural-looking, at-home color. The added online option is a convenient way to compare color, shop, read reviews and discover the ideal hair color option for you before purchase.
Take a quick survey and determine the best option for you or use the color expert’s advice. Choose from color-matching options and follow the easy, step-by-step guide for personalized hair care, done by you (or a great friend).
Another unique aspect of Madison Reed, the color is made in Italy and adheres to Europe’s strict regulations. Shop by color, gloss and options for root touch-ups of at-home highlights.
Considered the first permanent hair color of its kind to be free of parabens, ammonia, esorcinol, PPD, phthalates and even gluten, Madison Reed actually added nutrients, including keratin, Argan oil and ginseng root extract. The natural ingredients give more than they take from your hair.
When it comes to getting the best tips and tricks in air travel, there’s almost no one better to consult than a flight attendant. Unlike pilots, these airplane crew members spend all their time in the cabins and are front and center to any and all passenger experiences. Here are a few travel hacks from those who fly for a living.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
Dining is an art, and now that applies to both on the ground and at 35,000 feet thanks to Hainan Airlines’ “Hai Chef” Inflight Artistic Chinese cuisine series, a collaboration with Dong Zhenxiang, a Chinese culinary master also known as Dadong.