Is temporary hair spray the best option to cover your gray hair?

Is temporary hair spray the best option to cover your gray hair

We are aware that the salt and pepper look is the new trend. From stars like Hrithik Roshan and Arjun Rampal rocking this look to actor Dilip Joshi Niyati’s daughter embracing her grays on her wedding day, people are no longer shy about flaunting their silver locks. At a time when self-love has become a topic of conversation even in the beauty industry, few of us are still conscious of our gray hair.

For these, there are several solutions. You can dye your hair permanently to cover grays or use temporary products like a dye pen/stick, spray or serum.

Currently, there are several products available in the market that can help you cover up disguised silver streaks. But what is the best solution, you ask? While we can’t answer that question, we can certainly help you with the pros and cons of using the most popular temporary solution for gray hair – hairspray.
Know the pros and cons of hair sprays
Know the pros and cons of hair sprays

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  • Application is simple and hassle-free
  • It lasts until the next wash, which means you don’t have to worry about gray hair until then.
  • Hair sprays are easily available in the market in different price ranges
  • Not just black, you can choose different colors to experiment

The inconvenients

  • As mentioned above, this is only a short-term solution to your permanent problem.
  • Hair sprays cover a larger area and are not effective if you only want to color a few strands. For this, a pen may be a better choice
  • Overdoing it can lead to damaged and brittle strands. So remember to use hairspray sparingly
  • It is recommended to wash your hair often if you regularly use a spray

Melissa R. Brumfield