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Use Old Toothbrush For Roots

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Use Old Toothbrush For Roots

If you color your hair at home at some point you have to deal with touch ups.

Of course the key touch up areas are around your hairline, at your forehead and along your scalp are where the roots are located.

Touch-ups, even in the best of circumstances can be messy.

The good news is that you can make root touch-ups fast, simple and drip-free by using an old toothbrush.

Next time you're due for a new toothbrush, carefully clean your old one to remove toothpaste and any other residue.  Allow tooth brush to completely dry.

When your roots need some color, simply dab a bit of the dye onto the bristles.  Gently brush the dye onto the new growth.

It helps you put on exactly the amount you need to color your hair without causing drips and other related mess.
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