Sponsored by Back 2 Blonde.
Today I'm showing how to cover up those pesky dark roots in between hair appointments. When you highlight or lighten your hair in any way, we end up getting roots and sometimes they just don't look good. My hair is naturally very ashy and mousy and so they end up just looking dingy and dirty and get greasy really quickly. I usually start to notice mine around 5-6 weeks, but getting your hair highlighted is very expensive and most of us try to go as long as we can in between hair appointments. So it's either covering it up with a hat or wearing it up in a top bun, to try and cover those darn roots! But now, there's a solution!! WOOHOO! Back2Blonde Root Spray has made it so that once those roots start peeking through, you can easily blend them into your highlighted or lightened hair, with a few easy steps.
You can see in the picture above that the results are subtle and very natural looking. The whole point is to blend the roots into the lightened hair, and you don't want anything too obvious. The after picture shows that it lightens it just enough to give a brighter root but nothing unnatural.
WHAT IT IS:
The pin point nozzle helps to get the root spray exactly where you need it.
From left to right: Light Blonde, Medium Blonde & Dark Blonde.
You can see here, how the root spray just brightened and lightened those ashy, darker roots. It just looks a little less harsh from dark to light. It creates a nice light golden color.
Here's the three different colors on Jay:
Light Blonde: You can see the natural color of his hair at the back and eyebrows.
Medium Blonde: This would be his color if he wanted to lighten as it looks the most natural.
Dark Blonde: You can see this one has a little more warmth to it, perfect for those honey or caramel highlights.
If you are interested in purchasing this product, be sure to use the Ibotta coupon for $4 off if you purchase any 4 oz Back 2 Blonde Root Spray at either Walgreens, CVS or Rite Aid.
COUPON: $4 OFF
Thank you so much for reading!