dpHUE root cover up kit

How to keep your blonde hair in good shape with dpHUE

How to keep your blonde hair in good shape with dpHUE

How to keep your blonde hair in good shape with dpHUE

How to keep your blonde hair in good shape with dpHUE

This is one of the most asked questions I have received over the last week. What are we going to do about our hair color and nails? During this time when hair and nail salons are temporarily closed, you are going to need an at-home solution to cover that gray. Luckily, I’ve got you covered! Check out my two recommendations.

I’ve talked about how amazing the dpHUE products are before on this site. You can see various mentions in these blog posts: Touch Up your Roots with dpHUE (where Justin Anderson did my hair out in L.A.), Recent Beauty Finds You Need To Know (this is the actual blog post when I discovered the brand) and Tips and Tricks to Styling Your Hair. You know me, when I like a brand, I shower them with love! Their Apple Cider Vinegar Dry Shampoo is some of the best on the market.

GRAY ROOTS: The product that I am demonstrating in the video is the dpHUE Root Touch Up Kit (I use color Medium Blonde). I absolutely LOVE this solution for covering my grey roots in between salon visits. It’s permanent color and will take you about 45 minutes to complete. Be sure to watch the video for all the details. Remember, you are ONLY covering your gray roots. This is not intended to be full hair color or replace your professional hair stylist. There are several colors available so be sure to look at the color chart. If you are questioning what color to get, remember you are trying to match your root color. I also love this color touch-up spray which will be a temporary solution.

dpHUE offers many hair care products for various hair colors. Blondes have to be very careful about what they put in their hair. I love the dpHUE Color Fresh Oil Therapy because it’s not heavy and it has no color. Therefore, it won’t taint my blonde. Listen, I spend A LOT of money to stay a perfect shade of blonde so I am really picky about what I use to maintain it.

NAILS: If you have dip polish or gel polish and are fretting about how to get it off, I have a great solution for you. Thankfully, one of my followers alerted me about this yesterday. Verbena Parlor Nail Salon is selling their Gel/Dip Powder Removal Kit online. So at the very least, you can safely remove the polish until your nail salon opens again. WHEW!

I hope that helps provide an interim solution during this #COVID-19 stressful time at home. Who has time for gray roots?

xoxo – Tanya

P.S. The video below was created in 2018 but the process is the same.

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Tanya Foster standing in Soma pajamas with tips on taking care of hair and nails from home


photo and video: Audrie Dollins

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