• Havent had the time to get back to the salon since your last color makeover? No worries. Hide unwanted roots with these simple hairstyles.

    Bangs

    Bangs like Taylor Swifts obscure roots because they hide the entire hairline. Side-swept bangs also work (but not as well) by hiding regrowth at the front of the scalp.
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  • Undefined Part
    The worst thing you can do when you have grown-in roots is a straight, blunt part. Instead, rough up hair on top and let hair fall down naturally like Jessica Chastain.   Hairstyles That Hide Split Ends
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  • Flip Hair Over
    If your color is concentrated on the top layers of your hair, switch your part to the side to cover any harsh lines of regrowth. Your hair will look ombr like Jessica Albas, not grown out.   Try on Jessica Alba's looks in the Try On! Tool
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  • Thick Headband
    Copy Mariah Careys trick and pull hair back with a thick headband. The thicker the band, the more of the hairline youll cover.   Hair Mistakes That Make You Look Older
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  • Turban
    Or go even further and wear a turban like Eva Mendes.   Try on Eva Mendes' looks in the Try On! Tool
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  • Volume
    The more lift at the crown, the less roots are visible. When giving hair soft curls like Rosie Huntington-Whitleys, make sure to direct hair off of the face to encourage that lift.   3 Ways to Get Supermodel Hair
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  • Texture
    Using dry shampoo at the crown has two perks. It builds volume like Mandy Moores to hide roots. Plus, the less often you shampoo, the less the color will fade.   Try on Mandy Moore's looks in the Try On! Tool
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