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There was a thread a while back about covering up roots.... look at this!

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AnnabelleDarling Thu 13-Feb-14 10:56:19

There was a thread a few weeks ago about this and I suggested the Roux Tween Time crayon which I find pretty good.

There was a feature on this in Vogue, uber fashionable hair colourist Josh Wood has developed markers for root colours for M&S. I've just ordered mine here

Anjelika Thu 13-Feb-14 12:31:59

Looks good. Please can you report back when you get it? I have been using the Clairol root touch up for a few years now but am finding it's not really up to the job now I'm getting more greys. Have been using a full head dye on just the roots but this M&S product might be worth a go in between dyes.

KimSlazinger Thu 13-Feb-14 12:35:31

Ooh very interested. Got hair coloured on Saturday and can see the greys already hmm

sunshinemmum Thu 13-Feb-14 15:38:28

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Hopasholic Thu 13-Feb-14 17:00:34

Ooh might give that a go. Thanks.

sunshinemmum Thu 13-Feb-14 17:13:53

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Allthingsprettyreturns Thu 13-Feb-14 17:21:37

There is something that I saw on QVC before Christmas that had the same purpose.
www.qvcuk.com/Color-Wow-3-Piece-Root-Cover-Up-Collection.product.202395.html?sc=202395-SRCH&cm_sp=VIEWPOSITION-_-7-_-202395

pinkflaming0 Thu 13-Feb-14 19:27:35

Will be watching for how you get on with the M&S one.

AnnabelleDarling Tue 18-Feb-14 21:41:18

I got it yesterday and I'm a bit disappointed tbh.

It's designed like one of those foundations with brush attached which I'm not that keen on. There is a button to press to release that colour, and I feel that when you press the button the colour should saturate the brush which you should brush on. In reality the colour spurts out in a blob and is hard to distribute evenly onto your hair, I ended up using my fingers which then stained my nails. Grr. I've used it twice now and at this point I prefer my low tech crayon. But I will persist as maybe I just need to perfect my technique!

alemci Tue 18-Feb-14 21:49:55

you'd expect it to be good at £45.00 or have I got it wrong

AnnabelleDarling Tue 18-Feb-14 22:50:42

It's £12.50, but I still expect it to be good!

PavlovtheCat Tue 18-Feb-14 22:52:40

sad link doesn't work.

AnnabelleDarling Tue 18-Feb-14 23:57:26

it's the blending wand

alemci Wed 19-Feb-14 16:51:58

thanks Annabelle,

the first link I looked at did have it as £45 I checked as I couldn't believe it, hence me being gobsmacked but I just went on the link and it wasn't there????

Your new link is great

BorisJohnsonsHair Wed 19-Feb-14 19:33:57

Does anyone still make coloured mousse? I used to use that when I was younger, as you could just a bit to your dry hair and it would cover up the odd grey.

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