Mask Them Grays
* Styling ease, dry cleansing and tinting for darker blondes and lighter brunettes.
* Who: Ideal for oily (or less than clean) hair, styling fine hair and root touch-ups.
When: On dry hair.
How to style or tint: Hair Powder requires a slightly oily surface to adhere to (we recommend a light application of Styling Wax as a base if hair is clean); section dry hair at the scalp; hold can 10-12 inches away from hair and spray thoroughly, being sure to penetrate all layers (if an overall effect is desired); let dry; shake out excess with fingers and style.
How to absorb oil (dry cleanse): Hold can 10-12 inches from dry hair; spray thoroughly, concentrating on oily areas; let dry; brush out thoroughly and style.
Important note: Be sure to protect clothing, bath and bed linens during use (spots can be easily removed with a mild soap and water).
Lyons also recommends Bumble and Bumble hair powder ($35; bumbleandbumble.com)
which comes in five tinted formulas, to hide the silvery-white strands. “The color is more transparent than the other formulas, so you have to use more and layer it to fully hide grays,” he says.
Summary: I personally use this hair powder in my hair on those stubborn gray’s. I am a natural brunette. However, I recently just turned 40. I do have my stubborn grays that grow in before I am ready to go back to the salon for a touch up.
I camouflage my grays by spraying the Bumble and Bumble hair powder onto the new growth where the gray hair shows up.
I do not want to run to the hair salon when I am not due for a touch up. I am trying to grow out my bob and do not want to damage my hair. So in between hair salon visit’s I use this hair powder to allow me to get through to my next hair salon visit. I absolutely love this product!
So if your like me and u want to cover those stubborn gray’s until your next salon purchase Bumble and Bumble Hair Powder!!!!!
Dare to be beautiful~