Tint Shot Dark Brown

Tint Shot Dark Brown

Root Concealer

That color appointment is still a few weeks out… but those telltale roots are right on time. The ultimate MacGyver solution? A few strategic passes of Tint Shot, our master-in-disguise root concealer that keeps grow-out under lock and key. With a flash-dry formula that’s humidity resistant and four custom-blended shades, this little can of brilliance not only blends the bad stuff in seconds, but actually fills in thinning areas to create the illusion of thicker, fuller hair.

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Here’s Why You’ll Love It

Instantly conceals roots, gray, and thinning areas

Dries in a flash for a clean (not coated) look and feel

Willow Bark Extract imparts a soothing, cooling scalp sensation

Humidity-resistant formula

Extended nozzle ensures precise placement at the root

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Now Let’s Use It

Directions: Shake well. Hold can 4-6 inches from hair and spray roots in a light, steady stream. Allow to dry a few minutes before touching. Use only on DRY hair.

Let’s Look Inside

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Willow Bark Extract

Soothes and cools the scalp.

Aerosol Micro-Pigment Technology

Transfer- and humidity-resistant pigments bond to hair fibers, drying quickly and cleanly to conceal root and create the appearance of fuller, thicker hair.

Bio-Advanced Peptide Complex

Hair-identical keratins that create a shield of protection around each and every strand.

Reviews

5.0 rating

This is one of the best root concealers on the market. I’ve tried several different brands. If you color your hair and your hair grows fast this will become your bff. It has a thin pointed spray nosel so you can get small area’s. Take’s a few tries to get use to applying. Really worth every penny. Hides my grey until I can get into the salon.

Penny
1.0 rating

still waiting for my trial product of the dark brown I called too waiting

Cary Harringon

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