Dilemma of the Week: Funky at-home hair color for teenagers?

I'm a teenager and I don't have the money to go to a salon, but I really want to do something wild and crazy with my hair color. Are there products for this I can use myself?

Do keep in mind, though, that these types of products are manufactured for darker-hued, non-processed hair. Naturally blonde hair, permed hair or highlighted/bleached hair can turn out with considerably different results. So if this sounds like a product that will work for you and your hair type, here's the scoop: it comes in two parts; the colors mentioned above and the "tool kit" which allows you to achieve any bleaching effect you want. You can do chunking, tipping, dipping, highlighting or all-over blonding. If you do want something creative and different this is the way to go. Strand test to preview the colors and to be sure of the length of time to leave the color on. Look for these colors in stores or online. Be sure to follow all the manufacturer's directions carefully and if you have questions while using the product, contact the 800 number for specific product help.

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