Hide gray hairs

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Root sprays or tinted sticks can tem­po­rar­ily mask any pesky grays that crop up in be­tween hair-col­or­ing ses­sions, but those prod­ucts al­ways seem to fade fast or trans­fer onto our hands and clothes, leav­ing a mess in their wake.

To the res­cue: a tinted hair pow­der in­fused with iron ox­ides (like Ever­pro Gray Away Root Touch-Up Mag­netic Pow­der, Tar­get.com). “Ker­atin, hair’s key pro­tein, holds a nega­tive charge. When cou­pled with a tinted pow­der that’s for­mu­lated with pos­i­tively charged ox­ides, they bind to­gether, en­sur­ing the color re­mains on each in­di­vid­ual strand of hair for long-last­ing cov­er­age,” ex­plains Dr. Ze­ich­ner. What’s more, the tinted pow­der’s pos­i­tive charge also works to coun­ter­act the nega­tive charge that builds up on hair and causes frizz and fly­aways, so hair will stay smooth and sleek. Pro tip: A mag­netic pow­der can be used to in­stantly con­ceal grays on eye­brows too!

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