Believe it or not, there is more than one way to style away your gray. In this short post, we are going to discuss how you should use 4RootZ and what you can expect.
4RootZ comes in a generously sized tube that will give you quite a few uses. Just a small amount is needed in order to cover gray. Start off with just a little bit and add more as needed.
How to use 4RootZ and what you can expect from daily wear
We recommend to apply 4RootZ to clean, damp hair, but it can also be used on dry hair if you have showered the night before, etc. Comb it through or use your fingers to run it through your hair in the desired area(s). It will wash off of your hands easily after you are finished.
Make sure to apply 4RootZ only to the tips of the fingers and then run it through hair. You only need a little bit to see significant results. You can always add later.
4RootZ will not dry greasy. It has a natural sheen just like regular hair. If you apply it when your hair is still wet, it dries without getting chunky or flakey like some other gels. If you use a hairdryer, it has a smoother, fuller look.
You can also try putting it into your hair when just slightly damp, freshly washed hair the night before, braiding it into your hair, or letting it dry overnight for a softer, beachy look. It will not rub off or stain your pillow.
The pigment in 4RootZ is highly concentrated. You should start with just a little bit on your fingertips and add as needed. Because of the varying amount you can use, it is possible to use 4RootZ with many different shades of brown and even blonde and red hair tones. Depending on how thinly it is applied, you will see a difference in color. You can go for a light tint or a deep coloration.
When applied correctly, you will find a nice overall tint to your hair color. It won’t feel heavy or ink-like. It looks natural in your hair regardless of natural lighting or fluorescent like you would find in an office and anything in between.
Styling with 4RootZ is not sticky like some other hair gels. It feels similar to a creamy lotion. If you choose, you can rub it in your fingers a bit before application to warm it up and make it easier to distribute evenly.