Even if you have highlights, you still need to touch up your roots every 3-4 weeks like Krista.
How can I cover my GREY roots on highlighted hair?
A root smudge or root shadow is one of the most effective ways of covering gray strands on hair with highlights. Not only does it guarantee full, even coverage, but it also gives the whole highlighted look a more natural-looking feel.
What is the best root touch up for highlighted hair?
Our Top Picks:
- Best Overall: DpHue Root Touch-Up Kit, $34.
- Allure Best of Beauty Winner: Madison Reed Root Perfection Touch-Up Kit, $34.
- Best Touch-Up Spray: Oribe Airbrush Root Touch-Up Spray, $34.
- TikTok-Approved: Toppik Hair Building Fibers, $25.
- Best for Last-Minute Moments: Tarte Big Ego Dab & Go Hair Concealer, $26.
How do you cover dark roots on blonde highlighted hair?
Spritz on some dry shampoo. In addition to refreshing our blowouts, dry shampoos are also great for hiding dark roots. The powder formulas can work to blur the lines between your grown-in roots and your salon color. This trick works particularly well for blondes.
How do you cover up roots between highlights?
As for those roots - if your regrowth is getting hard to handle between salon appointments, there is a way to help blend dark roots with your blonde. The trick is to use a root concealer. With careful application, "the Root Marker can even help create the illusion of highlights," says Josh.
How do you get rid of GREY roots on highlighted hair?
Covering Grey Roots with Quick Fixes Choose a tinted gloss to correct your highlights, or a clear gloss to add shine. Use a root concealer for a temporary fix. Grey root concealers come in spray, stick, or powder form. Apply a root concealer to your roots and let it dry or set if needed.