We’ve been asked this too many times to count, and there’s no good reason why we took so long to pass this vitally important question on to all of you. So here is the single stumper we hear most often: Where can I get my hair colored for cheap? Do I really have to pay $150 to get it done in Manhattan? The problem of course, is that if you have anything more complicated than single-process hair color, it not only costs a ton, it requires maintenance every few weeks, making your shimmering chestnut highlights a four-figure annual proposition. So who’s got a better idea? (And don’t tell us to DIY. We gave up frosting kits in high school.) Does anyone out there have a lead on a genius colorist in Brooklyn who’s affordable? Any neighborhood is fair game. In the comments, please. (And BTW, if you’re in the market for a curly haircut, check out our brilliant reader suggestions on that front.)
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