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Beauty Tricks to Cover Gray Hair In Between Appointments

Posted on Jul 30, 2008 at 2:26PM

woman wearing a black sleeveless dress with black hair and a few gray hairs showing on the sides, covering the gray hair with ColorMark
Have you ever been in between appointments and needed a quick fix to cover a few sparse gray hairs?

  • ColorMark: ($19.95) Real temporary hair color. Not a mascara. Not a crayon. Will not flake or rub off. Twelve shades.
  • Sharpie indelible pens: They come in a variety of colors, but Brown, Black, Red, Burgundy and Dandelion (for blondes) should cover most of the hair color categories, but we've seen a lot of punk pink in the last year -- but not on women over 40.
  • DIY - Mascara Wand: Blonde-maned women can wash off an old mascara wand and dip it in beige foundation to hide the unwanted gray hair.

I used ColorMark and thought I was looking fine, and my friend Franci said, "What is that glob in your hair?" Moral of the story: Use sparingly.

I am looking forward to giving a Sharpie pen in Dandelion a test drive on my blonde locks very soon.

Let me know if you have had any experience with covering your gray hair in between salon appointments.


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posted by MizFit
Thu, 07/31/2008 - 6:30am problem I dont have yet.need a CUT and STYLE?fo'shizzle.(gotcha on my blogroll finally...)M.

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Mon, 08/31/2009 - 12:20pm

Did you know that ColorMetrics, the makers of ColorMark just came out with a new product called TouchBack? It's a marker that applies real, temporary hair color to gray roots. It is really easy to apply, and looks totally natural.

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