1. The Best Hair Color to Cover Early Grays
There’s a big difference between heavy gray distribution and a few silvery strays, which is why you shouldn’t treat all gray clients with exactly the same color product. For blending away those first few grays, we suggest opting for a semi-permanent or demi-permanent color, which will gently cover any wispy roots without creating a strong demarcation line when regrowth starts to come through. Try Color Touch, which boasts an ammonia-free formula, blends up to 50% gray hair, and will create a rich color result that lasts for up to 24 washes.
If your client does want more gray coverage, you could also try using Color Touch Plus. This covers up to 70% of the gray hair with the same benefits as the Color Touch core range.
However, for those clients who want complete coverage, moving on to a permanent color is your best bet. Just remember that not all permanent colors are built the same. We recommend Koleston Perfect for pure, balanced results or Illumina Color for coverage that works with the highs and lows in the hair to give a more natural-looking finish.