No Gray Quick Fix Review

No Gray Quick Fix

No Gray Quick Fix–I have found this at both Walgreens and at Walmart

This No Gray Quick Fix review came about after my sister showed me her quick and easy trick for immediately covering her gray roots.  No Gray Quick Fix is a temporary color that completely rinses off when you wash your hair, but until that washing, the color is a true and effective way to cover gray roots. I found that Walgreens and Walmart both carry No Gray Quick Fix, for a price of about $6.99.

No Gray Quick Fix: the back of the box

No Gray Quick Fix: the back of the box

Gray roots and no time calls for No Gray Quick Fix

Gray roots and no time calls for No Gray Quick Fix

Here is a “before” photo of my sister’s gray roots at the forehead and temples before applying the No Gray Quick Fix color.

Brushing light brown shade onto gray roots

Brushing light brown shade onto gray roots

She used the Light Brown shade. The applicator looks and works similar to a mascara applicator wand.

No Gray Quick Fix Review Comb Applicator

This is the only applicator that my sister says she uses

Two of the three applicators for No Gray Quick Fix coloring

These are extra applicators that come with the No Gray Quick Fix color

Built into the handle are two more comb applicators, but my sister said that she thinks that the one “main” applicator in the dye container is sufficient.

Application of No Gray Quick Fix is easy

Application of No Gray Quick Fix is easy

My sister applied this with ease, as I watched and photographed her–it’s even easier than applying mascara.

Applying Light Brown shade of No Gray Quick Fix to gray roots

Applying Light Brown shade of No Gray Quick Fix to gray roots

It took about five minutes for my sister to apply the color to all of the gray roots around her face.  And I was quite impressed by the results.

Gray roots now covered by No Gray Quick Fix

Gray roots now covered by No Gray Quick Fix

Here and below are “after” photos with the No Gray Quick Fix in the Light Brown color, applied to what were my sister’s gray roots.

After applying No Gray Quick Fix

After applying No Gray Quick Fix

I think that No Gray Quick Fix is a good deal price-wise too…my sister bought her box at Walgreens for $6.99, and says she has used it at least twenty separate times, and there’s still plenty of color dye left in the container.

Former gray roots are now light brown

Former gray roots are now light brown after using No Gray Quick Fix

Obviously, you won’t need No Gray Quick Fix for those first few weeks after you do a permanent coloring–this is for those times when you want to stretch out and delay the time before you do the next permanent coloring.

No Gray Quick Fix comes in five different colors

No Gray Quick Fix comes in five different colors

Again, I was impressed with the natural color of the Light Brown on my sister’s hair.  This Ginger is a strawberry blond, and I’m not sure the Light Blond color or the Red color will work for me.  I am tempted to try the Light Blond color and see, though. There are times when a week’s extension to do a permanent root coloring would be so convenient and a time-saver.  My sister gives No Gray Quick Fix two thumbs up.  Have you ever used No Gray Quick Fix or another brand of temporary hair dye?  I would love to hear from readers about their experiences.

–G

A note to my readers:  Ginger Wroot is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.

 

 

Comments

  1. Neddy lasso says

    The product works …cover the gray….but the smell is horrible and lasts (the smell) around one hour. So the next time that I need the “Quick Fix,” I’ll have to check the time. And another thing: comes off very quick too…is not water proof.

    • says

      This a non-permanent dye that is not supposed to be waterproof. If you’re not so pleased with No Gray Quick Fix, then you might like to try the L’Oreal Root Cover Up, which I reviewed here, and which I like even more than the Quick Fix. The smell of the Quick Fix didn’t bother me, but I realize we’re each sensitive to different smells. –G

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