Anyone who colors their hair to remove the gray knows how annoyingly soon the gray roots reappear. Without spending the time and money to color your hair every other week, what can you do?Hair Shadz is here to help.
I've been coloring my hair for more years than I'd like to admit. My coloring is solely to cover the gray hairs that began sprouting at a relatively young age. Once I became more gray than brown, I needed to do something in between hair colorings.
Most of the products that I've tried that touch up gray in between colorings are basically like colored markers for the hair. While the results can be good, the color must be exact and you must precisely color your grey hairs with the marker.
A new product on the market, Hair Shadz, uses a completely different method. Hair Shadz is a loose and lightweight mineral powder that is dispensed onto the scalp at the root via a soft bristled brush. The all-natural ingredients include rice powder, zinc oxide, silica, and orange peel oil, with no talc or additives.
Hair Shadz is simple and quick to use. Because it is a powder it doesn't have to be brushed on as precisly as a marker. And matching the color exactly also isn't as important because of the way it blends. The powder also provides scalp protection against UVA and UVB rays and absorbs oil in between shampoos.
Hair Shadz, a product of Monimay Inc., also puts out a similar product, Sun Shadz. Sun Shadz is Hair Shadz minus the color. You can find out more about the products on the Monimay Inc. website.