Rita HazanRoot Concealer Touch-Up Spray Temporary Gray Coverage
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Hair Type: Straight, Wavy, Curly, and Coily
Hair Texture: Fine, Medium, and Thick
Hair Concerns: Thinning, Color Safe, and Color Fading
Ingredient Callouts: Free of sulfates SLS and SLES, parabens, formaldehydes, formaldehyde-releasing agents, phthalates, mineral oil, retinyl palmitate, oxybenzone, coal tar, hydroquinone, triclosan, and triclocarban, and contains less than one percent of synthetic fragrances. This product is also cruelty-free, and gluten-free.
What Else You Need to Know: Ideal for both women and men, this lightweight formula covers hair thinning and hair loss, while covering gray roots in seconds.
-Shake can well and hold six to 12 inches away from roots.
-Spray in a light, steady stream.
-Don’t overspraya little goes a long way.
-Spray in the air or on a tissue to get accustomed to the nozzle force.
-Choose the right shade and start at the part line, continuing around the face area.
-Spraying too close will result in excessive color deposit.
Rita Hazan is recognized as a pioneer, carving her own niche as The Hair Color Authority, in a male‐dominated beauty field. Believing women should not live by a list of "don’ts" to maintain color, Rita Hazan, has used her expertise to create a product line for color-treated hair that keeps hair as healthy and radiant as the first day it was dyed. Created for dabblers to dye-hards of every age and with every hair type, Rita’s products blend advanced technology with natural ingredients. Her powerful line of products address every need from gray roots to color-fading to damage. Rita continues to innovate and change the game for color-treated hair products. Rita’s iconic looks on celebrities such as Beyonce, Katy Perry, Jennifer Lopez, and Jessica Simpson have had a lasting impact on worldwide beauty trends.
Shipping restriction: this item will ship via standard ground. Therefore, it cannot be shipped to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and remote Canadian regions.
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