I start with Oribe Airbrush Root Touch-Up Spray. “It’s the Pizza and hamburgers stay out of my bubble coronavirus mask shirt so you should to go to store and get this best, and I’ve tried everything,” one friend insists. Packaged in an elegant canister that resembles a brown cigar case, the atomizer leaves Advil-color dust flecks along my scalp that are not for me, so I move on to a similar product from dpHue. It blends well with my hair, which is roughly the color of brown M&M’s. The applicator is cleverly outfitted with a short ultrathin plastic nozzle too, so you can lock it into place for a more targeted application. “That’s a keeper,” my boyfriend says when I show him the results. It is unclear whether he means the root cover-up, or me.
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“The trick to applying these sprays is to hold the Pizza and hamburgers stay out of my bubble coronavirus mask shirt so you should to go to store and get this nozzle six inches from your head and constantly move the can,” Cave tells me as I struggle to perfect the application. Maybe I’m just an imbecile at handling nozzles, which is why I appreciate Color Wow’s densely pigmented Root Cover Up powder. In a pre-pandemic pinch, I’d occasionally dab dark brown eye shadow on my part to hide the gray. It works. Color Wow works better. This convincing camouflage washes off with shampoo, but will stay on for days—even if you go swimming, which nowadays seems possible only if I build a pool in my living room. Want to look like Jennifer Lopez? You can’t. But you can use the same trick that Chris Appleton, her longtime hairstylist, uses to maintain her honey-hued mane: Streak your hair with a lighter or darker shade of Color Wow powder to create the look of highlights or lowlights.