Madison Reed

Madison ReedHave You Heard of Madison Reed?

Back in March of this year, I heard someone on TV say that in about 4 weeks, we would know what everyone’s real hair color is. When I heard this, I smiled to myself, because I knew for most of us, it would be true…but not for me. You see, I have a secret weapon; one I want to share with you, my readers. That secret weapon is Madison Reed.

I started to get gray in my early twenties thanks to the gene pool on my mother’s side of the family. One of my cousins sported snow white hair before she was thirty! I wasn’t that gray, but enough that I wasn’t interested in having gray hair at such a young age.

I used to go to a salon, but even in Boston on Newbury Street, at the pricey salons, my color was never quite right. Either it was too ash and looked sort of green or it had a weird peachy shade. They just couldn’t get the golden blonde color I was looking for.

Fast forward to 2014, and my husband mentioned he had seen an ad for Madison Reed on TV that he thought might interest me. He knew I was not happy with my current hair color. I was also looking for a product that was less caustic and from a company that was more environmentally centered than the ones I had previously patronized.

I tried the Madison Reed hair color, and I liked it. My hair felt like hair after I used it. It was healthy looking, and it stayed that way. I like this company very much and for many reasons. They worked with me to help me find the right shade for the golden blonde shade I wanted. Their customer support is fabulous; they are very responsive and supportive.

I also grew to respect this company as in 2018, they released the following:

Now, at-home hair dye brand Madison Reed announced that it will use “raw photography” in all of its imagery, in an effort to move toward more authenticity in advertising.

Some quick clarification, courtesy of a Madison Reed press release sent to POPSUGAR: “Many brands have vowed to not ‘materially alter’ the appearance of women in their imagery, but that leaves room for retouching.” Some examples of retouching include minor smoothing over of wrinkles or digitally taming flyaway hair. So when Madison Reed reps say the brand won’t “retouch” photos, that means it straight-up won’t change a thing.

One of my favorites in their line of hair care products is their root touch up. You cannot image how great that product is. I can make my gray roots disappear in a few seconds when I haven’t had time to color my hair or frankly just didn’t feel like doing it. It covers the grays so quickly and thoroughly, you would be amazed!

Can you tell I’m a huge fan of Madison Reed? I am all about healthy living, and Madison Reed checks the boxes for me on this one.

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Helping You Achieve Major Wellness!      

Cheryl A Major, CNWC

Cheryl A Major, CNWC

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