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John Frieda Root Blur Colour Blending Concealer, Amber to Maple

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This would have been a god send for me when I used to have blonde highlights, my dark roots grow in at lightening speed. Overall I did like this better than the spray version as it felt a little more comfortable than the L'Oreal one, but to be honest I think I would only use these root touch up products in an emergency as I just find although colouring your hair, a more time consuming, messy process, it just works better for me knowing, my roots are covered and I don't have to worry about transfer if I accidently touch my scalp. of product, which I do think is expensive, considering how much you pay for an at home hair colour, but hopefully this should last you. This root-cover-up powder is meant to cover dark roots or regrowth at the part or scalp line and it allows you to extend your highlights back towards your scalp. Hearst UK is the trading name of the National Magazine Company Ltd, 30 Panton Street, Leicester Square, London, SW1Y 4AJ.

Overall this did cover my root area well, although it did take a lot longer to apply than the L'Oreal Spray version. If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag. com provides food ingredient and nutritional information to consumers with food allergies for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for reading an ingredients label or food packaging in person. I’m right at the point of wondering whether I should not conceal any stray greys anymore – I don’t have many but they’re irritatingly patchy rather than evenly shot through my hair (how annoying is it that any form of ageing can be so randomly uneven… ). So even though this product sample clearly isn’t my shade, I do at least, have some greys to try it out on.This did last pretty well throughout the day, but just be aware if you do accidently touch the area it does come off on the fingers a little, like the spray version. I also loved the fact this came in a compact with a mirror as well as a brush as this is such a great idea if your out and about, or in an emergency if you simply don't have time to fully re-dye your roots again. A few months ago I reviewed the L'Oreal Magic Retouch Root Spray, so I thought it would be good to compare this with a powder version too. The dual-shade palette of our Colour Blending Concealer gives you the freedom to customize your shade and allows you to blend to perfection.

It’s been about six weeks since I’ve last seen my hair stylist and right at my hairline on my forehead, I’m starting to notice those pesky grey roots are showing up! I have a streak of grey about an inch thick from the shock of a big accident but my hair is waist length as is my grey streak. There are four shades to choose from, but the color I’ve been using lately is the Root Blur™ Colour Blending Concealer Amber to Maple For Light to Medium Brunette.

These root concealers, like this blonde root touch up, are pressed-powder products designed to temporarily cover visible greys or root regrowth. However it is a shame this is a bit on the pricier side for such a small amount and so I would be interested to see how long this lasted it you were using it regularly in-between colouring.

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