I posted a review of Style Edit root touch up spray a little while ago. And like most products, I find that the more I use it, the better I get at using it and my results end up more natural looking. Practice makes perfect.
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5 Tips for Using Root Touch Up Spray
1 | To keep your scalp from getting color on it, cover the strip of scalp with a piece of paper. Spray that side of your hair, then move the paper to other side and spray that section.
2 | Tilt the nozzle and spray so that it’s facing down your hair towards your ends. Aim towards your roots and down. Any spray that goes past your grey roots will just help blend the spray into the rest of your hair and make the product look more natural.
3 | Spray in little bursts, instead of one continuous stream.
4 | Spray the grey hair around your face by tearing a piece of tissue paper into a “V” shape around the edge of the hair, as a guide to get all the spray onto your hair and protect your skin.
5 | Use a thin teasing brush with boar bristles to blend the product into your hair.
Here is a video showing each of these tips |
Products used |
- Style Edit Root Concealer in Auburn/Red. I think I would be shade Dark Blonde now that my hair is lighter red.
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- carbon rat tail brush
Thank you so much for reading! I hope this is a helpful tutorial, Heaven knows I could have used it when I started using root touch up spray.