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Discover Garnier's range of permanent hair colour products with a wide range of formulas and shades, from Jet Black to Platinum Blonde, and everything in between. Whether you need to conceal grey roots or want to make a statement with a bold new shade, we've got the ideal hair colour product for you. With Garnier at home hair dye, colouring your hair is an easy and pleasant experience!

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What colour should I dye my hair?

The few factors you'll want to think about are your skin tone, eye colour, and natural hair colour. If you want a natural look, go for a hair colour that is close to your current shade. If you have a fair complexion, you may want to avoid colours that are too stark or metallic. Instead, opt for softer shades like blonde or honey. If you have a warm complexion, you can go a bit bolder with colours like auburn or chestnut. If you have a cool complexion, consider colours like platinum or ash grey. Ultimately, the best way to find the right hair colour for you is to experiment and have fun! Answer our hair colour quiz or try on every hair colour shade from home with our Virtual Hair Colour Try On.

How to colour your hair at home?

For optimum colour results, follow the instructions provided specifically for your at-home hair dye such as Garnier's hair colours. First, start by mixing your colour with the developer. Be sure to use gloves when doing this to avoid staining your hands. Once the hair dye is mixed, apply it to your hair, starting at the roots and working your way down. Let the hair dye sit for the recommended amount of time, then rinse it out with cool water. Shampoo and condition your hair as usual. Read our top tips to dying your hair at home to learn more.

Does permanent hair colour fade?

When it comes to permanent hair colour, there are many factors that can affect how long the colour lasts. For example, those with lighter hair tend to find that their colour fades more quickly than those with darker hair. Similarly, those who wash their hair frequently or expose it to sunlight and other environmental factors may also notice that their colour begins to fade. Permanent hair dyes typically contain higher levels of pigment than semi-permanent or temporary colours, so they tend to be more resistant to fading. However, over time, all hair colours will eventually begin to fade. To help prolong the life of your permanent hair colour, consider using colour treated hair care, and avoid washing your hair too often. Additionally, try to limit your exposure to sunlight and other environmental factors by wearing a hat or using a leave-in conditioner with sunscreen. Learn more on how to maintain colour treated hair here.

How does hair colour work?

Hair colouring works by temporarily altering the hair shaft. When you apply hair dye to your hair, the molecules in the dye enter the cortex of the hair shaft. The cortex is the innermost layer of the hair shaft, and it's responsible for the hair's colour. The dye molecules bind to the keratin proteins in the cortex, and this interaction changes the hair's colour. Learn more about Olia Ammonia Free Hair Colour, our first oil-powered permanent hair dye range that provides maximum colour coverage with improved hair quality. Our Nutrisse Crème Hair Colour range is also formulated with nourishing oils such, including argan oil, and comes with an extra creamy after-colour conditioner that intensely nourishes & restores hair shine and strength. 

Should you wash hair before colouring?

There are a few different schools of thought as to whether your should wash your hair before dying your hair - some recommend washing the hair before colouring, while others say that it's best to colour on dirty hair. The right approach really depends on a few factors - if your hair is particularly oily, washing it before colouring can help the colour to better penetrate the hair shaft. On the other hand, if your hair is naturally on the drier side, washing it before colouring can strip away natural oils, making it more susceptible to damage. At the end of the day, there's no right or wrong answer - it's simply a matter of finding what works best for your unique hair needs.