By now, you’ve heard all about Embellish Root Touch-Up. Whether you’ve watched Maria on QVC, read up on The BeautyBrave Blog, or seen it featured in Good Housekeeping’s 2022 Best of Beauty Awards, it’s made a big splash and is getting rave reviews. What you might not know are what makes it unique and exclusive tips and tricks for getting the most out of this revolutionary product.
What Sets Embellish Root Touch-Up Apart?
The benefits of Embellish Root Touch-Up start with its formula. It’s a lightweight, loose powder created with fibers that actually adhere to the individual strands of your hair. This allows the product to not just sit on your scalp and cover up thinning patches or grey hairs, it actually plumps up each hair strand and infuses volume directly into the hair. The fast-acting formula is also water-resistant, so it won’t come off until you wash it out with shampoo.
Unique Delivery System
If you’ve tried other root touch-up products, you’re familiar with the sticky sprays and the cumbersome packed powders with brushes. Embellish Root Touch-Up’s design is not only more compact and easily portable, it’s also the best of both worlds when it comes to distributing the product into your hair. We like to say it’s as easy as tap and blend. When you tap the product onto the sponge applicator, you immediately have the widespread capabilities of a spray and the targeted precision of a brush.
Maria’s Favorite Tips & Tricks
Did you know that Embellish Root Touch-Up isn’t just great for covering greys or thinning areas? It’s also a really helpful styling tool if you want your hairline to have a clean, polished look. When you go for a high pony or a slicked back bun, dab Root Touch-Up around your hairline to ensure a uniform color and fullness throughout.
Test Before You Tap
Just like any product you try for the first time, finding the right Root Touch-Up shade for you could take a few tries. To ensure that the color you chose works best for your hair, we suggest dabbing a sample onto the back of your hand and comparing that color with your shade. Not sure which shade is best for you? Check out our Color Guide here.
Mix and Match
Did you know that Maria uses the Light Blonde shade in the summer and the Ash Blonde shade in the winter? That’s because summer brings out a lot of highlights and winter brings out more lowlights. This is extremely common! Go with the shade that works for you right now, but don’t be afraid to change it up when your hair calls for it!