Thank you to Farleyco Marketing Inc. for sending me the No Gray Quick Fix New Waterproof Formula for brown hair, complimentary, for review purposes. I, along with others from the Canadian Beauty Bloggers Network were excited to work with Farleyco.
I have been finding one or two gray hairs sporadically over the past couple years and just pull them out with tweezers. So far the same ones keep coming back not 7 for each strand, so if anyone tells you that it’s a myth. When I first received the No Gray, I tested it out on my husband’s side burns and it really worked! You could see the difference immediately. I could see men using this for side burns, beards, goatees, mustaches, and hair.
The application works and looks much like a mascara wand and tube. Just hold out your gray hair if they’re long enough and run the wand through the strands you want to cover in colour. Super for touching up your roots in between colouring. Then use the comb or brush on the other end to comb through and feel free to set with hairspray. I didn’t use hairspray and it stayed in all day. I used this on my temples where my hair seems to be lighter than the rest of my head. I have a mixture of blonde, auburn, and the dreaded grays.
Since the No Gray Quick Fix is about the size of a mascara tube, it’ll fit in your purse, cosmetics bag, gym, bag, and will travel well. Great for touch ups on the go. Sometimes when you get into different lighting (like the natural lighting when you get in your car…am I right?) you notice some more grays. This is a temporary application that washes out with your next shampoo, but it’s so quick it’ll be a snap to reapply.
For those of you with lots of gray hairs I recommend checking this out. This isn’t something I personally will use on a regular basis right now, but as I get more stubborn gray hairs, I’ll repurchase for sure. The
No Gray Quick Fix gets a Positive BUZZ from me.
Available for blonde, brown, or black/brown hair colours. No Gray Quick Fix is available at Shoppers Drug Mart, London Drugs, Lawton Drugs, and Jean Coutu. Visit their brand page here.
About Farleyco Marketing: They have been “providing unique beauty and personal health products to Canadians since 1989” and represent many brand names such as ColorOops, Splat, Sure Thik, ProVoke, ecotools, Zoella, Styli-Style and more. “Farleyco brands can be found in major chains to small independent drug stores across Canada.”
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