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Root Touch Up

Reviewing: Clairol Nice N' Easy Root Touch Up  |  Rating:
bubbacat By bubbacat on
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Perfect! For those of you who color your hair, you need to try this product. It's Clairol Nice'n Easy root touch-up! It works! I usually use another brand to completely color my hair about every six weeks. The roots start to show on the crown and temples and forehead. This can be quite a pain for those who dye. I'm sure you can relate to this problem. So, off to the store to buy another complete kit and spend more money for a hair dye job that only lasts as long as the grays come back to us. And what about the time it takes to complete the job each time. There has to be a better solution other than going gray. In comes...Clairol root touch-up.

I do not go to a beautician...too many mistakes. The last time I went to a beautician was several years ago. She kept dropping the scissors on the floor. I was nervous the whole time and thinking how can she cut hair when she can't even hold onto the scissors. Another time, I went to a fansy shop with a fansy name and paid a fansy price for nothing. Time to do it myself. I cut my own hair and dye it.

I have auburn hair so I bought 5R/RB which matches any medium auburn or medium reddish brown. It covered my gray---cost $5.50---and only took 15 minutes (resistant gray). The color blended right in with my long hair covering just the roots. It looks real not fake and right after coloring, not too dark. I will continue to use this product to save money and get excellent results compared to a complete hair coloring kit.

There is no mess! You just put the gloves on. There is a rectangular plastic mixing tray. Pour the color activating solution in the tray. Next, squeeze the tube of permanent color creme into the tray and mix together. Take the brush and apply to the roots. Wait 10 minutes or 15 for resistant gray. Rinse. Looks Great!

If you are in need of a quick "touch-up", give Clairol a try.