Everprobeauty Back2Blonde Root Concealers


Having obvious roots is honestly something that never bothers me, which is weird if you consider how into beauty I am – you’d think it would be something I’d prioritise, but there have been times when I’ve let my hair grow to the extent where several inches of roots are showing, and other than consider booking my next hair appointment, I’ve never really done anything to ease the situation.  That hasn’t changed – I just can’t be bothered with root concealing – but I know it’s a big ol’ business with many of my friends and family saying that they use these types of products a lot, so I thought I’d share with you a brand that’s new on my radar and looks very interesting – Back2Blonde.


On top of Back2Blonde there’s also a Zero Grey range which is available in the same product format and, as the name suggests, helps hide grey, although I also think it’s a root touch-up option for those with darker hair colours, but I’m focusing on Back2Blonde at the mo as those are the products I have.  There are three shades in each product, which cover nine shades of blonde – the shades available are Light Blonde, Mid Blonde and Dark Blonde.  There’s a traditional spray format, but the product that piqued my interest is the Magnetic Powder.


Magnetic Powder for root touch-up isn’t new, nor is a palette-style powder format for such products, but the delivery of this particular product looks really well executed as it’s a solid powder that comes with a sponge style applicator, which, in my mind, makes a lot more sense as you can dab it on to the roots and precisely cover the issue.  A lot of similar products come with brushes that I’ve always thought allows for risk of fallout, but the sponge is a lot like a powder puff which makes perfect sense considering it’s a powder you’re applying.  These definitely sound like good products to me, so if you’ve previously battled with root covering products or just fancy trying the newest one to the block, these are currently Superdrug exclusives here – link – where the sprays are £9.99 and the powders £12.99.

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