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That Kool-Aid dye job you tried when you were 13 gave you a taste of what awesome hair color could be, and left you thirsty for more. Then you grew up. You prioritized being pretty. And you left your rainbow locks behind. It's time to bring them back.
Look around. That rule that adults are supposed to maintain a hair color that could arguably occur in nature is gone. Now it's okay to have a job, a mortgage, and purple hair. So embrace your creative side and go for the hair color you've wanted since you were a teenager. And in case you need tips on where to get the hues of your dreams, we've pulled together a map of some of the best salons for color in SF.
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