I did my hair at home for $20 – I’m never going back to the salon again

WHAT if you could get your hair done for less, and without spending hours in the salon?

Social media user Maylon Sanders shared a video revealing what her hair looked like after dyeing it at home.


The first image she shared was how her blonde hair looked after spending just $20 to color it.

She had achieved a beautiful baby blonde color with lighter highlights in it to give it dimension.

Her at-home blonde looked unbelievably professional, and healthy.

She then shared an image of what her hair looked like after getting it done at the salon.

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After spending $400, Sanders had also gone for a blonde look, but there were areas towards her face that were too dark.

The highlights looked a bit streaky and were nowhere near as bright as her at-home style.

"I'll never get over this," she said regarding her flawless look compared to a professional's work.

Many viewers of the video were in awe of her self-dyed hair.

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"The $20 one looks better," a user said.

Another said: "Yes! This is why I always do my own hair, professionals never get it right."

"I do my own hair and it always turns out PERFECT but I go professionally and never happy," said another viewer.

Even a hairstylist agreed that Sanders' did a much better job, saying: "Girl as a stylist myself, it looks WAY better when you did it."

Sanders shared a video explaining the techniques she used for dyeing her hair.

She said she bleached her money pieces, or the hair right around her face, and then separated the rest of her hair into sections.

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In order to achieve baby lights, she said she had to weave through very small pieces of her hair to properly pull off the look.

As for products, Sanders said she used Blond Brilliance Power Powder Lightener for $6, and the One 'n Only Argan Oil 20 Volume Developer which was also only $6.

She said she didn't need to use toner since her hair doesn't pull a lot of yellow undertones, but recommended using a Redken toner.


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