Colour Touch Up

Hair Colour Touch Up

There are many options you can use for colour correction. Having the possibility of a colour touch up you can do on your own at home until the next scheduled professional appointment comes is a major bonus. It not only saves money but it can also help save time.

Additionally, it can help with last-minute parties and events when the hairstylist is fully booked and there is only time for a quick touch up procedure.

Colour Touch Up Sprays

It is not a big surprise that most fast-working solutions come in a single bottle. For quick colour correction, very few people have the time to spend on mixing and measuring.

As well as searching for and using full-on protective hair colouring equipment. You can use a colour touch-up spray in a bottle to:

  • Cover grown roots
  • Correct blonde hair in-between salon appointments
  • Tone a permanent dye that didn't turn exactly as planned
  • Remove yellow tones from blonde hair.

Although sprays are most convenient to use, for certain uses, such as covering the grey area at the temples, you may prefer to use a colour correction touch up pen or a colour correction brush that comes with powder container.

Blonde correction from brassy tones is effectively achieved with colour shampoos. Therefore, you may need to check which colour touch up options best serves your needs, hair quality, and lifestyle.

Perfect Touch Up for Grey Root Coverage

By far the most practical use of colour touch up sprays, powders, and pens is to rectify small changes in roots that peak below the perfectly coloured top hair. Especially if you are dyeing your hair in a shade that resembles your natural hair colour and you have a fair amount of grey hair that could ruin the colour shine.

A colour touch up would be a helpful replacement for one professionally done hair session. Your hairstylist could offer a colour touch up when you come for a blow-dry or a haircut even if you don't have a colouring procedure in the plan. It is not costly or time-consuming. Hence, it’s the safe, quick-fix alternative for poor planners and forgetful bookers.

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Hair Fibre Spray Dark Brown 130ml
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Goldwell Color Revive Cool Brown Colour Conditioner 200ml
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Goldwell Color Revive Icy Blonde Colour Conditioner 200ml
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Goldwell Color Revive Light Cool Blonde Colour Conditioner 200ml
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Goldwell Color Revive Dark Warm Blonde Colour Conditioner 200ml
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Goldwell Color Revive Light Warm Blonde Colour Conditioner 200ml
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Cover Your Gray Hair Colour Waterproof Chubby Pencil Black 2.9g
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Cover Your Gray Hair Colour Waterproof Chubby Pencil Blonde 2.9g
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Keratherapy Gray Root Concealer - Blonde 118ml
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Hi Lift Hair Fibres Black 25g - Front of box
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Hi Lift Hair Fibres Light Brown 25g
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Hi Lift Hair Fibres Blonde 25g
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Hi Lift Hair Fibres Medium Brown 25g
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Bosley Hair Thickening Fibers Light Brown
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Bosley Hair Thickening Fibers Black
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Your Questions Answered

Maintaining your fresh hair colour doesn't need to be difficult. Simply touch-up roots every few weeks and brighten your hair when fading begins. Keep in mind semi-permanent dyes will last around four to six weeks, and permanent dyes will last last slightly longer.

Although permanent dyes are intimidating, they are one of the most low maintenance options on the market. You can expect the dye to last around four to eight weeks before needing another touch-up.