Root touch-up products such as powders, sprays, and gels can help you cover up gray roots in between salon visits.
Temporary hair color such as wash-out color or hair chalk can be used to temporarily cover gray roots.
A headband or scarf can be used to cover gray roots and add a stylish touch to your hair.
Changing your parting can help conceal gray roots as it can hide the part where the gray roots are most visible.
Experimenting with hairstyles can help you hide gray roots. For instance, pulling your hair back into a ponytail can hide gray roots.
Hair mascara can be used to cover gray roots temporarily. It can be applied like regular mascara and washed out easily.
Hot tools such as straighteners and curling irons can damage your hair and make gray roots more visible. Avoid using them too often.
Volumizing products can help create the illusion of thicker hair and make gray roots less visible.
Wearing accessories such as hats, headbands, and scarves can help you hide gray roots and add a fashionable touch to your hair.