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There is nothing we love more than treating ourselves to a pamper.
A spokesperson for haircare brand, Knight and Wilson, has revealed the label has seen 12000% rise in hair dyes sales in March alone.
This huge uplift in sales is across their Colour Freedom Vibrants, Pureplex Colours range and Metallic Glory collection.
While some may be chomping at the bit to cover up their roots or for a full colour change, especially as salons have closed down during the coronavirus pandemic, others may be looking to experiment with a new shade.
Even celebrities have jumped on the bandwagon, and that may also be the isolation inspiration some may wish to follow.
In recent weeks Holly Willoughby and Hilary Duff decided to take matters into their own hands and dyed their locks themselves using pre-made kits during lockdown.
Social media users are also turning their homes into salons and are showing their makeovers on various online platforms.
TikTok has seen the tag #QuarantineHair receive over 395,000 views, while the Instagram tag #CoronaHair brings up over 20,000 posts.
While some may be looking to dye their hair, highlight their locks, cover up their roots, or even dye their facial hair, there are a whole host of dyes to buy online.
We have found the best places to buy hair colouring kits online, to make your shopping spree that little bit easier.
Where to buy hair dye online
Amazon | Shop here
Amazon is one of the popular shopping destinations for everything from beauty to homeware, electrical equipment and outdoor items.
For those looking to buy hair dye, as well as props needed to help you colour your hair, can do so on the site.
Amazon stock everything you need from well known beauty brands including L’Oreal, Schwarzkopf, Nice N’ Easy, as well as Garnier, and many other labels.
Cult Beauty | Shop here
Cult Beauty offers a range of hair dyes, colouring kits, toners, as well as shampoo and conditioners for dyed hair.
Brands including Bleach London, Lime Crime, Philip Kingsley and Living Proof, are all available to buy on the e-tailer.
Cult Beauty are still shipping globally, although posting to certain countries has been postponed.
lookfantastic | Shop here
lookfantastic is one of the leading online retailers, and stock hair colouring kits, as well as shampoos, and root touch ups.
The company stocks trusted haircare brands, including Garnier, Wella, Lime Crime and Clairol, as well as many more well-respected labels.
lookfantastic have an array of delivery options. For £1.50 customers can select the Tracked Delivery option, which is also free on orders over £25, and your order will take two to three days to arrive.
Other delivery options include Next Day Delivery for £5.95, Next Day Evening Delivery, or Same Day Delivery for £10.50.
Holland & Barrett | Shop here
Holland & Barrett is the go-to shopping destination for those looking for products with natural ingredients, that are cruelty free or vegan.
The company have a selection of natural hair dyes, including Naturtint, Henne and Biokap, although the latter are only available to buy online.
Shoppers can select from Standard Delivery at a cost of £2.99, although this is free on orders over £25, as other de;ivery options are currently unavailable.
Knight & Wilson | Shop here
Knight & Wilson offer a variety of hair dyes, as well as kits and creams, for those who want a full colour, a root touch up, a hint of a pastel running through their locks or metallic dip dyed ends.
While some customers may be in need of a little TLC will often flock to their top-rated PurePlex options, which aims to protect damaged hair.
Knight & Wilson offer free shipping on orders over £15, or a standard rate of £4 on lower purchases, plus global shipping is also available now too.
Space NK | Shop here
Space NK are selling hair dye kits to make your DIY colouring session that bit easier.
They offer a selection of shipping options, including standard delivery, which costs £4, or is free on orders over £40, while other options are temporarily unavailable.