Hair Color Tip #1: Hide Your Roots by Changing Your Part
"Unfortunately, our roots don't know we're on lockdown," said Karissa Schaudt, colorist at Maxine Salon. "Try temporarily 'masking' them by creating a deep side part. This will redirect the focus of any regrowth." By moving where you part your hair, you'll be able to conceal some of the grown-out color. This will also add some body at your roots.
Hair Color Tip #2: Reach For a Root Concealer Spray
If you want a bit more coverage on your roots, try a temporary hair dye concealer like a spray or a powder. "My favorite is the Oribe Root Concealer Spray ($32) because it rinses out after shampooing and won't affect future salon touch-ups," she said. "They have a variety of shades from black to blond that will work for almost anyone." Another option is the Madison Reed Root Touch Up ($30).