Eva Longoria Parker Promotes Holanda's Magnum Devotion Ice Cream in MexDeciding the right colour to make a statement can be tricky. These trusted brands can help you stand out from the crowd.

There are hundreds of permanent, semi-permanent and non-permanent hair dye products on the market right now. If you are looking to add high or low lights, cover greys or a full head cover there is a product and shade for you. All of the big hair players have their own take on the home dying range.

Clairol’s Nice ‘N Easy offers a rainbow of colours and categories. Their non-permanent colour is said to last only eight washes and is ideal if you are initially unsure of the colour.Product- Clairol Nice N Easy Clairol states it leaves no visible root line, perfect if you enjoy changing your colour regularly. Why not try their foamtastic foam colour blend? It’s drip free and produces remarkable tones and highlights.

If you are looking for a vibrant change of colour that is most definitely not natural, then Schwarzkopf Live Colour XXL is undoubtedly the option for you.Product- Live Colour XXL With a choice ranging from Colour Intense, Hot Reds, Luminance and unlimited gloss there is a wide selection of dyes and options. Colours include Raspberry Rebel, Purple Punk and Electric Blue. If you are not brave enough to go for full on hair cover why not try using it as a dip dye, applying three quarters of the way down the hair?

If it’s good enough for Cheryl Cole, it’s good enough for me is a faultless motto to live by. L’Oreal Casting Crème Gloss brings you twelve new glossy chocolate shades to choose from.Product- Cheryl Cole Or you can be exactly like Cheryl and choose her shade: 515 Chocolate Truffle.

Garnier brings us Nutrisse Colour, giving you nourished and conditioned hair while you colour. Find your perfect shade with Garnier’s colour consultation at http://www.garnier.co.uk/_en/_gb/my-nutrisse/find-your-nutrisse.aspx?

Product- Garnier NutrisseNutrisse blends avocado, olive and blackcurrant oil to leave hair rich and radiant with over 40 colours to choose from.

If this is your first time at colouring and you are concerned about skin allergies, application, and the correct precautions to take whilst colouring your hair at home visit www.becoloursafe.com. This site offers advice on all of the above and can save you making a colour disaster. There are ingredients in your kitchen cupboards that can help dye your hair chemical free. If you’re a brunette try coffee, a red head try adding tomato juice and blondes should apply lemon juice to lighten. All of the products listed in this article are available from local pharmacies and supermarkets at competitive prices.