I love this Magic Retouch. With greys showing on my temple and hairline I use this before heading out. I find the blonde works perfectly on my hair and definitely conceals them until next shampooed.
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L'Oreal Paris Magic Retouch Review - BLONDE
An instant root concealer spray free of ammonia that perfectly covers grey roots and lasts until shampooed out.
Perfectly covers greys roots in seconds. Perfectly blends with your hair colour. Dries in 1 minute. Water resistant. No transfer - lasts until shampooed out. Free of ammonia, peroxide & synthetic dyes.
This works and I would recommend it to anyone watching their re growth to be covered.
The packaging is straight to the point and easy to use. You pop off the lid to reveal a nice spray nozzle. The spray nozzle has a nice mist and you only need a light touch for it to spray.
The coverage is excellent. I have natural red hair and of course being blonde with red regrowth I needed quick coverage and this did the trick.
Tips: You spray it on your re growth and softly brush it in to make it smooth
This might be an odd review but for us make up geeks we've seen the fake freckles trend with this magic retouch (not for its intended use for roots). I use this mainly for fake freckles and honestly is a hit or miss as sometimes the applicator spray comes out very splotchy at first, therefore i recommend to test on a blank area and adjust the pressure to produce that natural fake freckle aesthetic.
Honestly, it seems easy to use for the fake freckles but you're probably better off with some other technique that has more precise and accurate result.
I really enjoy using this product. I have the BLONDE colour. Lots of greys sprouting around my hairline. I have lowlights and also use pink conditioner all through my hair, however the regrowth areas are always tricky. I find this really makes a huge difference in between salon visits. The spray nozzle is pretty good - an even distribution is important for a natural look. Just a very slight mist does the trick. and then blending in quickly with fingertips.
Tips: A little goes a long way. I started off being a bit too heavy handed with this product. It takes a bit of practice to get the spray action right - a fine mist is good!