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.
9 out of 9 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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