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The Root of It All: Revlon Root Erase Permanent Root Touch-Up

Do you know that annoying time in-between your hair coloring visits when your grey roots are visible? Well, there’s a new Revlon product on the market to help you make that in-between time a distant memory. The best part, you achieve your color without the mess and the expense of that color touch-up salon visit. You can literally get to the root of it all with the new Revlon Root Erase Permanent Root Touch-Up.

Revlon Root Erase Permanent Root Touch-Up

Here are a few key features and benefits of the Revlon’s Permanent Root Erase. They include:

Simple and easy to use with no prep required and no mess to clean up – just pump, mix and apply; a professional, quality reusable brush that’s included for easy application of the touch-up; powerful enough to cover 100% gray roots in as few as 5 minutes; and a permanent formula that seamlessly matches leading hair color shades. Available in 13 shades, you’ll love how easy it is to make those gray strands disappear. Plus, you get three uses out of one box of Revlon’s Permanent Root Erase (you get 3 pairs of gloves in the kit), so when those pesky gray hairs return, you’ll be ready.

Revlon Root Erase Permanent Root Touch-Up

The Revlon Root Erase Permanent Root Touch-Up come in these available shades:

  1. Black
  2. Dark Brown
  3. Burgundy
  4. Dark Auburn/Reddish Brown
  5. Medium Brown
  6. Medium Ash Brown
  7. Medium Golden Brown
  8. Medium Auburn/Reddish Brown
  9. Light Brown
  10. Light Golden Brown
  11. Dark Blonde
  12. Medium Blonde
  13. Light Blonde

How easy is it to use? Just pump the can, mix the formula in the cap (yes, the cap doubles as a mixing bowl), and apply to your gray roots. Could your gray hairs use a little permanent erasing? Then the Revlon Permanent Root Erase is exactly what you need. We love that it features a minimal odor, saves you from spending all that time at the salon, and blends wonderfully with your natural hair color. friends an family will think you made a trip to the salon.

The Revlon Root Erase Permanent Root Touch-Up retails for $12.99 per kit and is available at Walgreens, Rite Aid, Target, Walmart, CVS, and www.amazon.com.

Women Are Ditching the Dye in Favor of Going Gray With Grace

By the age of 35, two-thirds of American men will experience some degree of hair loss. But for many women, going gray has often been seen as the equivalent to balding. And though a lot of women will still reach for a box of dye or make regular appointments with a stylist to ensure their grays are well-covered, it’s becoming more popular for women to go au naturale and to embrace the gray in a self-love power move heard ’round the world.

Yes, dyed silver and gray tresses were a trend on Instagram not too long ago. But now, women are more inclined to give up the extra maintenance and let their locks go. Grombé, a relatively new Instagram account that celebrates women who are in the midst of their gray hair transition, has grown to amass 74,000 followers and counting. Celebrities are starting to embrace their grays as well, as Jessica Biel and Katie Holmes have recently walked the red carpet with streaks of natural silver showing. And while many women (and stylists) are still decidedly anti-gray, representation is growing — and that’s typically an important first step to widespread acceptance.

Photos courtesy of Popsugar

But why do we even go gray in the first place? We tend to fear gray hair because we don’t want to get old, but gray hairs often start to appear on women in their 20s and 30s. Achromotrichia, the process of hair turning gray and then white, often starts around this time. Race and other genetic components are typically what determines when and how much of your hair starts to turn. Nutritional factors can play a role, as can stress — which may be why regular exercise is a good idea. Partaking in 30 minutes of moderate physical activity five times per week can also improve cardiovascular health, which is a win/win for many women. Gray hair does tend to be drier due to decreased oil production, which is another reason to follow a protein-rich diet, stay hydrated, use moisturizing products, and stay active.
Ultimately, the gray hair movement is still (ironically) in its infancy. But if the growing popularity of these communities is any indication, it’s about time women were able to opt out of society’s unrealistic and expensive expectations of conventional beauty and start embracing their natural allure.