Hiding roots and greys with Everpro Beauty

Everpro Beauty Back 2 Blonde / Zero Grey collection review

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If you’re a regular reader you’ll already know I’m someone who dyes their hair…a lot! My number one problem with colouring my hair is trying to cover up my roots. Whilst my hair doesn’t grow especially fast they start showing after about 3 weeks. Lets be honest no-one has the time or money for 3 weekly hair appointments and no-ones hair would take that amount of dying. Everpro Beauty are literally covering (pun intended) that problem along with the covering pesky greys problem too. As a huge hair care and hair colouring fan spending a night talking about all the products with Everpro Beauty is a perfect night for me. I had a lovely night chatting, playing and learning more about everything Everpro has to offer.

Everpro Beauty Back 2 Blonde / Zero Grey collection

Who are Everpro Beauty?

Everpro Beauty are a brand with a mission to offer innovative solutions to unique hair concerns. They offer professional grade, salon formulas to use at home. There are two ranges, the Back 2 Blonde and Grey Away. Both ranges have two different products and both come in a range of shades.

Everpro Beauty Back 2 Blonde concealer spray

First is the Everpro Beauty Back 2 Blonde temporary root concealer sprays currently £8.66. There are 3 colours in this range for blonde hair with dark roots. There is a light blonde, medium blonde and dark blonde shade. All three colours blend with a wide range of blonde hair so you just need to pick the shade nearest your own. The spray is really easy to use, just shake and spray lightly to where you need coverage. Once dry the temporary colour lasts until you wash your hair. It has a slight almost citrus scent and once dry you can’t feel it in your hair.

Everpro Beauty Back 2 Blonde temporary root concealer spray

 

Everpro Beauty Back 2 Blonde magnetic powder

Next is the Everpro Beauty Back 2 Blonde magnetic powder, currently £8.66. Again there is the same three colours in this range especially for blonde hair with dark roots. As with the spray all the colours blend with a wide range of blonde hair so you just need to pick the shade nearest your own.

Everpro Beauty Back 2 Blonde temporary root concealer spray

The powder is really easy to use. Dip the sponge (at the base of the pot) into the powder and dab on where you need to cover. Once in the hair it doesn’t look powdery and doesn’t weigh the hair down. Again it lasts until you next wash your hair.

Everpro Beauty Back 2 Blonde magnetic powder

Unfortunately I have just gone darker so I haven’t been able to test any of the Back 2 Blonde range out for colour matching.

* Everpro Beauty advise not to use the Back 2 Blonde range on any other hair, such as eyebrows.

 

Everpro Beauty Zero Grey concealer spray

The Everpro Beauty Zero Grey temporary root concealer spray, currently £6.66, is for darker hair with light roots or grey hairs. There are 3 colours in this range lightest brown / dark blonde, light brown and dark brown /black. All three colours blend with a wide range of darker hair so you just need to pick the shade nearest your own. Again this spray is really easy to use, just shake and spray lightly to where you need coverage. Once dry the colour lasts until you wash your hair. It has a slight almost citrus, clean scent and once dry you can’t feel it in your hair. I am able to use both the lightest brown and light brown in my hair and both colours adjust to my shade.

Everpro Beauty Zero Grey temporary root concealer spray

Everpro Beauty Zero Grey magnetic powder

Finally the Everpro Beauty Zero Grey magnetic powder, currently just £8.66. There is the same three colours in this range as the sprays. As with the spray all the colours blend with a wide range of dark hair so you just need to pick the shade nearest your own.

Everpro Beauty Zero Grey magnetic powder

Like with the Back 2 Blonde powder, just dip the sponge in to the powder and dab onto the hair. It doesn’t leave a powdery finish and both the two lighter shades blend in to my colour.

Everpro Beauty Zero Grey magnetic powder

*Zero Grey should not be used on any other hair, such as eyebrows.

 

Everpro Beauty Zero Grey / Back 2 Blonde

I think both of these ranges are brilliant. They are perfect for temporarily covering roots and greys. I personally wouldn’t wear them every day, but for days / nights out or those last few days before my hair appointment I will definitely be reaching for them. Both ranges are a really reasonable price and I love that I can pick them up in Superdrug.

 

Have you ever tried Everpro Zero Grey or Back 2 Blonde? Or another product like this?

*I was gifted these products after meeting the brand to discuss the range. I have not been influenced by this and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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39 comments on “Hiding roots and greys with Everpro Beauty

  1. A must have products for those having problems with their growing grey hairs. Is it already available outside US?

  2. I love the sound of these produts and will definitely look up the The Everpro Beauty Zero Grey temporary root concealer spray for dark hair as this would be perfect.

  3. Nicely written and well contented blog. I had recommended this beauty blog to my young sister. She keep on trying new products for her styling and fashion. Thanks

  4. These are absolutely fab – my mother has been looking for something just like this that can really cover her roots (she has dyed hair) without looking unnatural! I will totally recommend these powders! xx

  5. Oh I used to use a similar product with a different company and loved it, then they discontinued it. I’m going to try to get this product where I lvie now, sounds great!

    1. Oh it is so annoying when you love a product and it gets discontinued! I hope you love this one as much.

  6. This looks like great product to try, especially if you just had your hair dyed and the roots are turning grey again. I will keep this in mind. I am showing some grey hair and I am thinking of changing my hair color to cover it up.

  7. Nicely written. I think there is a new trend of embracing the greys. I have debated between the two. This is great if I decide to touch up. Thank you.

    1. There definitely is! In fact until recently I was dying my hair grey haha. I’m not sure whether I will embrace mine or not when they come.

  8. This problem is the pain of my life. I have started to go grey around my temples and the fine hair is so difficult to cover up without getting the spray on my face etc. I find that it also transfers to other parts of your face…if you put your hands through your hair it comes off on your fingers. I would like to try these brands you mention but I live in Ireland so they may not be available.

    1. Oh I’m not too sure if they are available there. I would check with your superdrug’s or on the Everpro website for stockists.

    1. I really wanted to add some photos….but my hair is in such a sorry state at the moment! Bleaching and thyroid problems have left me with brittle breaking hair and bald patches 🙁 Once it is in better condition I’ll put some on and let you know.

  9. I must show this to my mum. I don’t use products other than professional hair colour to colour my hair but she does like to use this sort of thing to delay having to colour hers.

    1. They are fab for people like your mum who just want to extend the hairdressing trip that little bit longer.

  10. These sound great. My problem is that I dye my hair lots of different bright reds. So maybe finding the same for my roots wouldn’t be possible. My roots are starting to creep through already!

  11. I’m in my mid 30s and haven’t had to dye my hair yet, but I know it’s on the horizon. It’s nice to know there an inexpensive alternatives to pricey salon treatments.

    1. Sadly it comes to us all doesn’t it 🙁 Mine is died through choice at the moment but I know it will be a necessity soon enough for me too.

  12. I’ve not actually heard of this brand before – but their products look good 🙂 I don’t have the problem with grey hair, yet! But if and when I do, this could be an option for me to consider x

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