Neil George colorist Kacey Welch recently was mentioned in an article on the costs and benefits of doing your hair color at home versus having it done professionally. Although the low cost of a ‘Do It Yourself’ at home kit can be an alluring factor, Kacey advises that you ‘run the risk of damaging your hair or ending up with the wrong color’. If you end up damaging your hair long-term, a corrective color job by a professional will end up costing you much more. Opt for a more low-maintenance shade that is closer to your natural hair color, so you can stretch time between salon visits. Read the full article on Salon vs. DIY color here.