Hair Color Sprays Perfect for Touching Up Your Roots

Keep your hair color looking refreshed even without going to the salon with these new hair color sprays.

Keeping your hair color fresh and vibrant entails regular touch-ups. However, when you can’t visit the salon for these, here’s a quick solution: hair color sprays.

Hair color sprays are temporary hair dyes that you spritz on your hair to cover up your roots and gray areas. They come in handy when your hair is already starting to grow and your roots are already coming out. They’re easy to use, and the results are instant.

If you’re looking for hair color sprays that match your go-to hair colors, check out our recommendations.

The new TRESemmé Root Touch-Up Sprays provide professional-quality, root-concealing color in between salon sessions. They give instant root coverage and hide gray strands, leaving your hair color looking refreshed. To use these temporary hair color sprays, just shake the can, hold it 6 to 9 inches away from your hair, spray on your roots and gray areas, and blend the color using your fingers. Give it a minute to dry, and you’re all set!

TRESemmé’s Root Touch-Up Sprays come in three variants:

1. TRESemmé Root Touch-Up Spray (Dark Brown Color)

This hair color spray is perfect for chocolate brown, cappuccino, and other dark brown shades. When your roots have grown significantly, spritz this to make your hair color look good as new.

2. TRESemmé Root Touch-Up Spray (Light Brown Color)

If you’re fond of golden brown, honey, bronde, and other similar shades, touch up your roots with this spray. No one would notice that you’re already due for a root refresh, and the effects last until your next hair wash.

3. TRESemmé Root Touch-Up Spray (Black Color)

Now, you might ask, “Why would I need a black hair color spray when my natural hair color is already black?” Well, when you see a gray strand or two popping out of your ebony mane, a few spritzes of this spray will conceal it.

Aside from using hair color sprays, here are a few easy but clever hair hacks that can help you disguise root regrowth and gray strands.

1. Go for a tousled hairstyle.

Asian woman with a brown, tousled hairstyle to show the benefits of using hair color sprays
Who knew that this laidback hairstyle can be a great root-concealing hack? Credit: Hariono Halim

With a scrunched, messy-chic ‘do, your hair color gives off a lived-in vibe, and your dark roots seem like a part of your whole look.

2. Wear a headband or a headscarf.

Asian woman with short hair wearing a headband
Aside from hiding your roots, a patterned headband also jazzes up your ‘do. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Cover your root area with a cute, patterned headband. If you don’t have one, a headscarf will do. Just fold it until it’s an inch or two wide, place it close to your hairline, and tie it around your head.

3. Create high bun hairstyles.

Asian woman with dark brown hair in half-up space buns
Look cute while disguising root regrowth. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Put your hair in a top knot or in quirky space buns, and no one will pay attention to the difference between your dark roots and the rest of your hair.

4. Wear a hat.

Asian woman with dark brown hair wearing a hat
Cover your roots in style with a hat. Credit: Jisa Atrero

A hat works just as well, and it wouldn’t even take you a minute to put it on. A hat also adds personality to your look, so you’ll be oozing with style for anyone to notice your root regrowth or grays.

5. Braid your hair.

Back shot of an Asian woman with braided hair
This classic hairstyle keeps stray grays hidden. Credit: Michelle Pedron

Create a French braid or a Dutch braid, which usually starts at the crown of your head, to make your dark roots and colored hair blend seamlessly.

Now that we’ve shared with you our recommended hair color sprays and easy tips to hide dark roots and gray strands, your hair color can look refreshed and chic, even when you haven’t gone to the salon for a touch-up.

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