The Root Of The Problem

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If you dye your hair, you know the most annoying part of it is when your hair grows back.  It doesn’t matter if you go to a salon and get your hair coloured or if you do it at home, either way your roots come through and depending on your natural colour versus the shade of dye, it can look a bit unsightly.

It is not always easy or financially viable to run to the hairdressers to get them touched up or nip to the supermarket, purchase a dye and do it yourself.  Up until now, this has meant that regrowth is visible until such time as you can do either of the above, or shave your head!

Color Wow Root Cover Up

Developed for the very reason outlined above, Color Wow Root Cover Up is a wonderful new product that will enable you to bridge the gap between colours.

The powder compound has light reflective pigments that will stick to the hair but importantly it wont leave any residue behind, no oily, powdery substances.  It will cover up the roots perfectly, even grey ones, all the while leaving hair shiny and looking incredibly natural.

The powder comes in a compact, complete with mirror and a double ended brush, of course with the powder too.  Using the kit is really easy and effective, simply brush onto dry hair to cover up the regrowth.

Color Wow Pop & Lock

As an extra treat for your coloured hair, Color Wow have a created Pop & Lock, a Shellac that helps to lock in your colour and really makes it pop.  It works by covering the hair from tip to root and sealing in the moisture, helping to reduce the dryness.  It also contains a UV filter to give an extra layer of protection against fading, meaning that the colour lasts for longer!

You can find more information about Root Cover Up and Pop & Lock on Color Wow’s website!

About Author

Founder of Eclectic Enchantments blog, Erika has also been a beauty writer, fashion writer and Beauty & Accessories Editor for a large online magazine before starting Erisea. Erika lives with her dog, Hendrix and beautiful baby girl. She suffers with Fibromyalgia and CFS, among other illnesses which leaves her housebound much of the time. Her passion is writing.

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