Want to be “Still Blonde?” Madison Reed Root Touch Up
When I was young, I was very blonde. Born Blonde. Tow-head Blonde. As I aged, my hair darkened to a dirty dishwater blonde, and I hated it. As a result, in about the eighth grade, I began a life long process of dying, highlighting, frosting, and coloring my hair.
The Chief Blonde in her senior picture.
While I have always loved being “Still Blonde”, sometimes root maintenance is tiring. I really should go in for root touch up every six-eight weeks, but truth be told I usually just go in when my roots get uber scary. Like this!
True Confession: I usually don’t make an appointment to get my hair done until the situation is this bad. One big combo of dark roots and gray…ughh! Yet, because of my devil-may-care attitude, I often can’t get into my stylist when I need to (Appointment? What’s THAT?)
Madison Reed Root Touch Up– The Solution?
Recently, Madison Reed contacted me and asked me to write a compensated review about their Root Touch Up powder. I said, “Sure thing!” I am all about trying to find temporary products to cover my roots until I can get into the hair salon. Having tried temporary root sprays, mascaras, and colors, I can tell you I was a tad leery. But I do need a solution when I am in need of a quick hair root touch-up in between coloring appointments…especially if I have a photo shoot I need to get done or an important event to attend!
Root Touch Up: It’s Like Makeup for Hair
I found this Madison Reed Root Touch Up video very informative to quickly explain the process of applying Root Touch Up. From the 1 minute video, I really did see how Root Touch Up is like makeup for hair. What’s your impression?
Madison Reed Root Touch Up — What is it?
Madison Reed’s best selling Root Touch Up is a lightweight powder concealer to cover roots and grays. All Madison Reed products are free of the usual chemicals found in many hair color brands so your scalp won’t end up irritated. If you need a quick hair root touch-up, because you forgot to make your hair appointment (like me) or don’t have time to color at home, this easy to use powder is your solution.
Where can I buy Madison Reed Root Touch UP?
You can find all seven shades online at Madison-reed.com and Sephora.com. And now, with an exciting new partnership with Sephora, Madison Reed’s Root Touch Up will be available in Sephora stores for $30 in four shades: Dark Brown, Medium Brown, Light Golden Brown and Auburn Red.
PSST: HURRY right now until 8/31 you can get a complimentary brow brush at checkout, which is valued at $7.95 when your purchase Root Touch Up. Just use this special URL when you head over to Madison Reed to make your purchase.
LOOK FOR IT TOMORROW!
Tune in tomorrow when I give Madison Reed Root Touch Up a try on my own hair. I think you will find the results shocking and will find yourself running to Sephora or online to Mason Reed to purchase this exciting make-up for your hair.