This is How You Touch Up Roots on Blonde Hair

Roots are no bad thing. In fact, there are times when we strive to recreate regrowth, adding a shadow root to lend dimension to light browns, warm reds, blonde balayage, babylights and more. However, for those clients who want lighter locks through and through – from root to tip – it’s important you know how to touch up roots on blonde hair in the most seamless, natural-looking way.

Retouching regrowth is part of your basic training as a colorist, but with trends ever changing, it’s a good idea to keep brushing up on your technique. Here, we reveal your need-to-know guide to camouflaging roots on blonde hair, plus five formulas to inspire your next in-salon creation…

Photo of the back of a woman’s head with blonde hair and dark roots.

 

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Photo of the back of a woman’s head with long gray blonde hair, created using Wella Professionals.

 

 

Photo of the back of a woman’s head with blonde hair and dark roots.

 

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Side profile of woman with sandy blonde highlights, created using Wella Professionals.

 

 

Side profile of woman with with blonde hair and dark roots.

 

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Side profile of woman with wavy, beachy blonde hair, created using Wella Professionals.

 

 

Photo of the back of a woman’s head with blonde hair and dark roots.

 

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Photo of the back of a woman’s head with mid-length platinum blonde hair, created using Wella Professionals.

 

 

Side profile of woman with blonde hair and dark roots.

 

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Side profile of woman with wavy white blonde hair, created using Wella Professionals.

 

 

Photo of the back of a woman’s head with blonde hair and dark roots.

 

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Photo of the back of a woman’s head with short blush blonde hair, created using Wella Professionals.

 

 

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