Revealed: The Best Way to Cover Gray on Dark Hair

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Gray roots are no bad thing. Almost all of us will have (at least) a scattering of silver strands, and it’s down to us whether we choose to embrace them or get them covered up. It’s the same for your clients; there’s no wrong or right way for them to treat their gray hair, but some may be keen for you to help them get white regrowth under wraps.

If that’s the case, how you approach those roots comes down to the hair color you’re working on, with grays usually appearing more visible on black or brunette locks. That’s why we’ve created this guide on how to seamlessly cover gray roots on dark hair, whether your client has just a few silvery wisps or thicker, more stubborn regrowth…

Back of woman’s head with long red-brown hair and gray roots.

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Back of woman’s head with long, loosely-curled, brunette hair, created using Wella Professionals.

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Back of woman’s head with long hair and dark gray roots.

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Back of woman’s head with long, wavy hair after gray roots have been colored, created using Wella Professionals.

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