Most women add color to their hair sometimes and we all know that it is not a low-maintenance routine. Investing in a headband can be a clever way to hide those troublesome roots that keep coming back. Headbands give you a nice cover for your hair. Maintaining the color of your hair is time-consuming and frustrating. A brief study of how to properly hide your roots can not only save you money and time, but it is a quick way to look good no matter what your roots look like.
The headbands are thick
Thin headbands are useful for concealing mature roots because they cover most of your hair. Thin headbands are inexpensive and fit almost every color, size, and pattern. Thin headbands are easy to wear, just throw one in the morning and you don’t have to worry that other people see your roots. Since re-coloring our hair is something we have to do every four weeks to keep it, thick headbands are a great solution if you don’t have time to deal with them.
Thin headbands look great with worn or down hair. If you want a casual look, then dressing your hair in a dirty bun always looks great. If, for example, you are going to work and need to be covered with a thick headband, you can choose to dress your hair into curls. Adding a certain volume to your hair is a great idea to create flow and length. Mariah Carey did a good job of hiding her hair so that no one could say it was actually darker than her white hair color.
Double fold on thin headbands
Thin headbands are not always suitable for work or formal occasions. For a more mature look, you can double the bright or shiny headbands that still give you coverage for your roots. If you use bright or shiny headbands, it will usually distract people from looking at your roots too much. You can see in the picture below that the blue headband nicely hides its root color and brings the main focus to the headband itself. And it’s a great way to keep your hair invisible from your face while working out or hitting the gym.
Scarf headbands look like thick headbands but are usually thinner, with a pattern. They are fashionable and effective, for days you just don’t want to look at your hair. Headbands, when properly worn, cover most of your hair, depending on how you put it on. This is good for women who do not have time to deal with their delicate roots. Scarf headbands are also ideal for days when you are doing certain tasks, doing yard work, or even having a lazy day on the couch. Scarf headbands are very versatile and are ideal for hiding growing roots.
Play With Your Hairstyle
Ideally, you should visit a hairdresser every 4-6 weeks to retouch your roots depending on how fast your hair is growing. The fact is that few women follow this trend. Anything that will draw attention away from your roots is fine. Headbands are a great cover for unwanted roots. Another great idea is to play with your hair. Even changing your normal part of the hair can help hide the roots from regenerating for a while. You can also wear a bobby hat or pins to hide those roots. You can also choose the hair color that is closest to your natural color so you do not have to go back often. This puts less weight on your wallet.