Though visible roots have become fashionable, the line between effortless-looking balayage and neglected regrowth is incredibly fine. Whether your next root touch-up is a week away, or you don't have the budget to visit the salon, we've rustled up a few root camouflaging techniques that will see you through to your nex
The Wet-Look (a.k.a The Root Saver)
The saviour of all hairstyles, the wet-look is quick and
To achieve the look, simply apply a coin-sized amount of wet-look gel to the root of your hair and sleek back with a fine-tooth comb. Use a paddle brush smooth down the sides and to create a sleek finish.
Braids for Days (of Root-Free Hair)
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Make Waves (to Keep Visible Roots at Bay)
Waves are a great way to add body to your roots, which helps to cover up and take attention away from unwanted regrowth.
Create waves by curling your hair with a large-
Root Concealer Spray (to Lighten up the Darkness)
A root concealer spray is a nifty way to cover up roots without needing to think about styling or temporary hair colouring solutions. It's also incredibly simple and quick to use, meaning that you can conceal and go in a matter of seconds.
Lightly spray the root concealer onto dry hair, ensuring you keep the can 20 centimetres away from your hair. The spray has a tendency to go everywhere, so make sure you protect your shoulders and clothes with a towel before applying the product.
Gloss Smudging (and Kiss Goodbye to Visible Roots)
So, this isn't exactly an at-home solution, but gloss smudging your hair the next time you go in for a root touch-up will ensure long-lasting, natural looking regrowth. The beauty of gloss smudging is in the application process, which eliminates the obvious differences between your roots and highlights by blurring the line between your hair colours while creating a glossy finish. Book your appointment today!