Clairol® Root Touch-Up - Light Brown
Seamlessly blends with leading shades, even salon color. Using another hair color brand?
It’s okay! We can match those, too. Find your perfect Root Touch-Up shade here.
WHY WE LOVE IT
Root Touch-Up by Nice ‘n Easy blends with leading shades, even salon shades in just 10 minutes.The ergonomically engineered brush delivers salon quality application. No roots, no grays, no trip to the salon.
- #1 Root Touch-Up*
- Takes just 10 minutes
- Lasts up to 3 weeks
- 100% gray coverage
*Among leading retail permanent shades and pre-formulated salon color.
*based on units sold
HOW TO DIY
How To Apply Your Color
- Do a patch test 48 hours before coloring
- When you’re ready to color, mix the colorant (#2) into the developer (#1) and shake it up!
- Apply hair color to your roots, making sure not to miss any spots
- Set your timer for 10 minutes (15 for stubborn grays!)
- Rinse with warm water until water runs clear and condition. Done and done!
Read the full step-by-step here.
The Science & Ingredients
Root Touch-Up by Nice’n Easy is a permanent, non-drip formula that matches any brand—even salon color*. And with the precision angled brush, you have total control over where you apply the color. In just 10 minutes, your roots are gone, and you’re ready to go!
*Among leading retail permanent shades and pre-formulated salon colorsee more...
Top Questions No one has asked a question yet! Be the first!
Nevertheless, I tried it to see what would take place.
The instructions were relatively easy to grasp and mixing caused no challenges. Yaaay!
The brush was useful, but could have been easier to use if it were larger. I have larger hands and with the smaller brush was a bit challenging to grip without slipping out my hand into the dye.
Because my hair is short I was unable to just dye the roots. I ended up with fully dyed hair. 😔😔😔 Again a larger application brush would be ideal to touch up roots of shorter hair.
Although the box color was light brown, the freshly dyed color was dark brown and not what I expected.
It's been about a week and my hair color has toned down and actually looks more light brown.
Hmmmm I wonder what the blonde looks like?
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