ColorMark Gray Roots Gone

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ColorMark Gray Roots Gone actually bonds to the hair, blending seamlessly with permanent hair color for a totally natural look.


Based on 5 Reviews

Oct 24, 2012
3 Star Rating
.15 Doesn't Cover Much
If you're looking to cover roots that have just begun to show--1/8 of an inch--and you only need to do this once before you go to the salon, then this is a great product. It does cover gray well.

My roots were about 2 inches (my hair grows fast), and I couldn't even get my part covered before I ran out. Forget about my temples.

Also, keep in mind that this washes out with shampooing. It's just too costly. I might as well get my hair colored if I have to buy three bottles in between coloring. Too bad they don't have larger sizes at competitive prices.
4 out of 5 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Aug 7, 2012
5 Star Rating
Great Touch Up
My hairdresser introduced me to this product and it is the best thing I have found to touch up gray roots between coloring appointments. Easy to use and very good coverage.
1 out of 1 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Oct 1, 2011
5 Star Rating
The Best Gray Coverage Between Color Appointments!
I have used a few and this is the best one yet. It is like a thick sharpie with hair color and no smell! Put directly on the gray roots and strays and it looks great. Your hair is a little stiff initially but you can comb your fingers through it and I think it actually helps my part stay in place which I like! I just asked my colorist what level of color I was and the color matches perfectly!
8 out of 8 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Sep 24, 2011
3 Star Rating
I "guess" It's Doing What It's Supposed To...
I've used this stuff a couple times now, after it was highly recommended by a hairstylist. I get little gray roots every two weeks, so the constant hair dying is starting to take its toll.
First of all, it's a little tough to apply. My hair is thin and fine and getting that little comb in the right place proves challenging. The the applicator is a little spongy thing, and it does get all that much dye on it to apply to hair. So it's a bit hit or miss, trying to hit every little gray root on my head. Once the dye is on, if I'm lucky enough to have covered the grays after 2-4 attempts, I let it dry. It appears wet and stuff, so I have to brush it afterward. It is just "okay" once I do all this. I can still see grays, my hair looks a little drab as though it's dirty (even after I just washed, dried, curled and styled it) and I realize that one of two things are true:
1. I need to learn how to use it more effectively, or have someone else do it.
2. there just is no real temporary fix for relentless sprouting grays.
10 out of 10 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Angela L.
East Bay
Jun 14, 2011
5 Star Rating
Works Like A Charm! Best Product Ever.
Although it's fairly pricy, it's the solution for gray roots. The color stays, and it really covers gray. I part my hair several times and gently coat the roots allowing it to try as I move along each part. Afterwards, I look nearly like I just had a fresh color (not quite, but close enough till the next salon appt). I can't recommend it highly enough!
21 out of 21 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
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