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Loreal Magic Root Coverup Under $5
Do you have grey roots growing in but are too busy to get them taken care of right away? (Or maybe you're trying to make fewer hair appointments to save money)
Well this 5-star rated product might be your new best friend!
This L'Oreal Magic Root Coverup is one of Amazon's top selling beauty products every month – and with good reason.
It's inexpensive, effective, and really simple to use! Plus it's under $8 right now in select colors (Or under $5 if you buy a 3-pack!)
PPP Team Member Jamie gave it a try recently and had this to say:
My grey is EVERYWHERE – mixed in with some natural blondish highlights – and they're very sparkly. But not in a good way. They're mostly at the crown of my head and they really catch the light, drawing attention to the many split-ends all over the place It's very messy looking, but I haven't wanted to dye my hair yet because I'm considering just going grey gracefully (maybe?)
Anyway, while I'm deciding I tried out this L'Oreal Magic Root Coverup.
I was pretty impressed! This is the exact same lighting and same everything as the top picture, just five minutes later and with less silver/yellow mixed in.
Now obviously I haven't bothered to style my hair here or use any frizz-taming product, so it could look a lot better – but I just wanted y'all to see a real picture of the coverage.
On Amazon – there are some more drastic before and afters – like these!
How To Use:
I held the spray about 5 inches away from my scalp and misted all the most prominent trouble areas. I lifted up a few sections where there was a lot of grey hiding underneath and directed a few more sprays that way. I didn't go for complete and total coverage because I wanted it to look more natural and still have my highlights peeking out here and there.
The end result is a much more brunette me and a less silvery mess – which I'm happy with! I just like to have the option, in a five second spray, to have a better hair day for church on Sunday or a date night, etc….
So have you tried this root-coverup? How did you like it? I'd love to hear in the comments!