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Clairol Root Touch-Up Tool

Now You Can Touch Up Your Roots Online

Visible roots have been trendy on and off for a few years now, but if you're not a fan, Clairol just introduced a digital touch-up tool that lets you "fix" pics of yourself with the offending exposed hairs. The tool, which basically overlays your roots with a color more similar to the rest of your hair, was released to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the brand's popular Root Touch Up hair color, and also offers color selection advice. I'll admit that scrubbing the touch-up tool over the model's head was pretty fun, though I don't know how great results will be if your picture has nonstandard lighting or is lighter/darker than the tool can read. If you need to look freshly dyed for your Facebook friends, though, this is a pretty fun and easy option.

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