Archives - Do I still use this Product - Da'Dude YoungHair The Root Fix Temporary Root Cover Review

I thought it would be interesting to go back into the archives to see which products that I have reviewed over the years I still use.  One of the first products that came to mind was Da'Dude YoungHair The Root Fix Temporary Root Cover.  I reviewed it in May 2019 and the review is below (I did initially receive it free to try out and review a couple of years before the review below, but since then I have purchased it a number of times as its my go to root cover up - please note that this is not a sponsored post).  Other than the price I haven't altered my review below as it says everything I want to say although I must admit I have a bit more grey then I did back then, but I have my hair dyed regularly at the hair salon rather than doing it myself and this is a great product to cover the regrowth between visits.

Previously posted 1/5/2019

I thought I would post about one of my must use products that I always use when I have those pesky grey hairs showing at my roots when I need to colour my hair again but am just too lazy to do it.  I originally received The Root Fix Temporary Root Cover* to try out a couple of years ago from YoungHair but have since purchased the product myself as it's a great product that works for me.  I had not come across the YoungHair brand before I was sent the product originally, but it is a small family-owned business started in Sweden.  The family has 50 years of experience working with hair in a salon in a small coastal town in Sweden.
YoungHair The Root Fix Temporary Root Cover
I have dark brown hair, with a patch of grey right on my centre parting which can be very inconvenient.  I regularly colour my hair at home, but there is usually a couple of centimetres of grey around my parting before I recolour my hair, so I was very glad to try out this product.  It's a waterproof colour spray that gently and temporarily covers grey hair and growth.  It's a quick fix that gradually disappears after the first wash.

It's simple to apply by spraying onto dry hair close to the roots and it dries fast and is non-sticky.  Once I sprayed it onto my hair I found that it did cover the grey and blended in very well to give a natural finish.  It did not look obvious that I had sprayed the roots of my hair and there was no staining on  my scalp.  When I touched the area that I had sprayed it did not feel wet or sticky and it did not stain my hands.  I did not wash it out before I went to bed and there was no staining on my pillow in the morning.  I then gave it an extra tough workout by going swimming and true to it's word it is waterproof and there was no colour run off whilst I was swimming and even after swimming my grey roots were still covered. 

Overall, I have been very impressed with this product, it looked very natural and blended in well.  It also did not require touch-ups and lasted until I shampooed my hair.

YoungHair The Root Fix Temporary Root Cover costs £12.99 for 125ml direct from the YoungHair website.


*I received this product free to review originally but have now purchased the product with my own money


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