Ever wondered what a Madison Reed Review looks like? (Spoiler alert: these women love their color.) Cue up one of these great video reviews to see how different shades look on different hair types, all applied by women who color their hair at home. Some of these video reviews double as helpful how-tos, unboxing videos, and color recommendations. You’ll also hear why these women decided to try Madison Reed color, and why they continue to use and recommend it. But don’t take our word for it...take theirs.
Beauty vlogger Hayley gives Madison Reed color a thumbs up, and we’re giving a thumbs up to her video. This is a great at-home color tutorial, and even gives a bit of information about styling products.
“The major test of this is if my husband and daughter can stand the smell of it, because I get complaints sometimes about my hair color. This does not smell strong. It has kind of an essential oils smell to it.”
The mother-daughter team behind Our Geekmade Life are self-described “do-it-yourselfers.” So it should come as no surprise that they’re fans of coloring hair at home. Mom Sarah tries smoky, cool Pisa Blonde to get rid of her yellow-tinted ends and gives a thumbs-up to the natural-looking color. Daughter Gracie gives a thumbs-up to the good smell.
“Their website is truly, truly fantastic. It’s very modern, very sleek and easy to use.”
We love how business and lifestyle vlogger Shoni gave our Color Crew a shout-out in her rave Madison Reed review. Before getting started at home, she reached out via chat to make sure Radiant Cream Color would work well for her recently-colored hair. Lucky for everyone, it was a go. Check out her gorgeous red twists, which she recommends styling with castor oil.
“I LOVE Madison Reed hair color...it's very easy to use...I like how it made my hair feel...I am definitely impressed.”
Beauty reviewer Shanee Judee used Tuscany Brown, and made a fantastic video showing how easy it is to apply.
Big thanks to everyone featured for their terrific Madison Reed reviews. Want to share your experience with us, too? Post a photo on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and tag #MadisonReedColor for a chance to be featured. We’d love to see how your color turned out.