perfect hair color
Just a few quick questions and we'll recommend which Madison Reed hair color is best for you.
What are you looking to do with your hair?
- Touch up roots or refresh current treated color
- Change your hair color or start coloring your hair
- Not sure, just exploring options
Why we ask: We want to know what you're thinking. No matter what you enter, you’ll still be able to see & evaluate our full range of products & colors.
What color options are you interested in?
- Lighter than your current hair color
- Darker than your current hair color
- Stay about the same level, but try a different shade (e.g. cooler or warmer)
- Not sure
Pro Tip: “Level” refers to how light or dark your color is. “Shade” refers to the tones, like brown, golden, reddish, ash.
Do you have any gray hair?
Why we ask: Knowing how much gray is in your natural hair (new outgrowth) helps us find the best match for you.
Are your grays hard to cover?
Why we ask: Some of our shades are specially formulated for color-resistant grays.
Is your hair currently color treated?
Why we ask: Color treated hair responds differently than untreated hair to coloring products. Understanding the current state of your hair helps inform your recommendations.
How often do you color your hair?
WHERE do you usually color your hair?
What are you trying to accomplish today?
- Extend time between salon visits
- Color my hair at home
- Not sure or something different
What is your current treated hair color?
How light or dark is your current treated hair color?
Why we ask: Knowing how light or dark your treated hair is helps fine-tune our recommendations to find your perfect match.
Do you currently have highlights?
Pro Tip: Highlights are when a portion of the hair is dyed lighter than the rest of the hair to create an impression of depth.
What is your natural hair color (not including gray)?
What hair color are you looking for?
How light or dark is your natural hair color?
How light or dark do you want your hair color?
What do you like to see in your color?
Pro tip: The little hints of color you see in your hair are called tones. Tones add depth and dimension to your overall color.See your perfect match