If you’ve dabbled in the art of blonde then you know that this hair color isn’t the most low-maintenance. Unless you’ve opted for a lived-in look like blonde hair with dark roots, it can be difficult to keep up with the constant touch-ups and maintenance needed to keep your bleached blonde strands looking their best.
But somehow the presence of fresh blonde roots makes you forget about all of it and the cycle continues. Fortunately, there’s an affordable way to ease the pain between dye jobs that’ll help you keep your blonde hair looking bright, healthy and brilliant. Below, we’re sharing everything you need to know about blonde root touch-ups, from permanent hair dyes to temporary fixes.
How to Touch-Up Roots With Permanent Color
If you have a bit of outgrowth that you need to cover, or simply want your roots to be out of sight for good, you’ll want to opt for a permanent root touch-up. This means using permanent hair dye to color your roots to match the rest of your hair. While you can book an appointment at the salon for this, it’s totally possible to DIY your blonde root touch-up with the help of the right at-home hair coloring kit.
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