All You Need to Know About Gray Coverage

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Did you know? The number one reason gen X clients go to the salon is to cover gray hair, hoping to achieve subtle, natural, flawless coverage. It’s an individual choice and there’s no right or wrong – in fact, more and more clients are embracing their grays – but for those who do want to blend them away, there are plenty of options to try.

Here, we explore all of the gray coverage options available, including a round-up of helpful resources to upgrade your education. Keep scrolling...

Photo of woman after having gray hair covered using Wella Professionals.
Photo of two women after having gray hair covered using Wella Professionals.
Close-up photo of gray hair clipped up.
Before and after collage showing gray roots on the left and covered roots on the right.
Back of woman’s head with long, dark hair and gray roots.

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Back of woman’s head with long, dark brown hair and gray roots covered, created using Wella Professionals.

  

Back of woman’s head with long, wavy brown hair and balayage, created using Wella Professionals.

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Back of woman’s head with long, wavy silver hair, created using Wella Professionals.

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Back of woman’s head with long, ash blonde balayage, created using Wella Professionals.

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Back of woman’s head with long, ash blonde balayage, created using Wella Professionals.

  

Back of woman’s head with gray roots and blonde ends.

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Back of woman’s head with, blonde wavy hair and highlights, created using Wella Professionals.