If you dye your hair, then you’re all too familiar with the 4-6 week root maintenance schedule required to keep your overall color under control. Here are a few sneaky ways to extend the time between root touch-ups and save some cash.
- First, try switching your part from being perfectly straight to making it more of a haphazard zigzag part. This will blur the line of your dark roots and make your color look more blended
- Try using colored mascara or a pinch of loose eye shadow to cover up roots that are lighter than the rest of your hair. This will also work to cover up grays.
- The newest at-home root touch-up kits are pretty easy. Make sure it is designed specifically for root touch ups (it will call this out on the box) and follow the directions carefully. Our favorite: Oscar Blandi Pronto Colore Root Touch-Up & Highlighting Pen.