Cover 2 Go is a palette of chemical-free creams that are meant to cover gray hairs and dark roots so that your hair looks great all over. Each palette contains four creams in shades of gold, red, brown and gray, and these can be mixed so you can come up with the shade that most closely matches your natural hair color. The palette is compact and portable, so it'll fit in almost any purse or handbag, and each one comes with a brush for precise application.
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To get started with Cover 2 Go, open up your palette, after which you'll notice the shades of coloring creams within it are laid out like shades of makeup in a cosmetic compact. Grab the included brush and select the shade of cream that most closely resembles your natural hair color, dabbing a bit of that shade onto the brush. If your natural hair color falls between two different shades in your palette, you'll need to add a little bit of both shades to the brush.
Next, use your brush to apply the cream you've picked up with it to your hair. You can apply it anywhere on your head of hair or even to your eyebrows. If you've used your brush to pick up two shades of cream, they'll begin to blend once you've started adding them to your chosen area of hair. Alternatively, you might want to mix the two shades on the mirror or lid of your palette first.
After you think you've added enough Cover 2 Go to cover any dark roots or grayness that you've spotted within your hair, you'll be ready to go about your day or night as usual. The cream will stay put as is for up to six hours, and it's sweatproof, so you won't have to minimize your activity after you've applied it. If you're going to be out of the house for longer than six hours, just bring along your palette for touch-ups!
Each Cover 2 Go palette is just a few inches long and about a couple of inches wide—smaller than a pencil case that you'd carry to school. Unless you carry a tiny clutch purse or no bag at all when you go out, you'll be able to bring the palette virtually anywhere with you. Since it's mainly full of coloring cream, most people won't find it heavy to carry, either.
Once you've applied one or more of the coloring creams from your palette to your hair, there'll be no long waiting time for it to sink in. It'll color your hair in seconds and you'll be able to move onto other parts of your beauty and grooming routine (or other activities altogether!).
A brush that's just a bit wider than a standard makeup brush is included in each palette, which means you'll never have to apply any of the coloring creams inside with your fingers. The brush will allow for a more precise and less messy application process, and when you're done, you'll be able to check your reflection in the mirror that's built into the inside of your palette. Even when you're not applying coloring cream, this mirror will come in handy if you need to check and see if you look OK while you're on the go.
The Cover 2 Go formula doesn't contain harsh chemicals, which makes it easier on the environment than most hair dyes. Furthermore, its lack of harsh chemicals indicates that it won't give off a strong, unpleasant odor that might make you or others around you feel physically ill.
The majority of hair dyes are too chemical-infused to safely use on the eyebrows, since they're so near the eyes, and besides, these dyes generally don't come with an applicator brush. However, you can use Cover 2 Go cream to cover up gray hairs within your brows, as long as you use the appropriate brush and are very careful with it.
With hair dyes, you have to pick one color to use, but with this cream, you can mix any of the four colors to come up with the ideal shade to apply to your tresses. Most people will probably stick to mixing two shades together, but if you've got a unique natural color of hair, it's completely acceptable to add three or four shades to your applicator brush at once.
When it comes to portability, it's advantageous that each palette is small, but that also means that it can't hold as much cream as a larger one. As a result, you might find that if you use the same shade of Cover 2 Go a few times, to touch up a few different areas, it may suddenly be almost gone.
If you want to touch up a head of hair that's currently a non-traditional color, such as purple, green or blue, you'll be out of luck if you want to use this type of cream. The four shades within each palette have been chosen to match the traditional hair shades of blonde, red, brown and gray, and even the most popular non-traditional hair shades haven't been taken into account.
Each time you apply Cover 2 Go, it's best to wash your applicator brush afterward. If you were to attempt to work with a dirty brush the next time, that might affect the smoothness with which you could pick up and apply your choice of cream. What's more, if you were to use a different shade, residue from the previous shade could mix with it and make it look less attractive than it otherwise would.
On a related note, you should wash your hair within a few hours after you've worn some Cover 2 Go. Otherwise, the cream could develop an undesirable texture that might look or feel funny, and residue might end up in your bed if you were to go to sleep without cleaning your hair.
This type of coloring cream is safe for kids to use, but if you don't help a child apply it to their hair, you should definitely watch them closely while they do it themselves. There's a chance that they won't have the dexterity needed to work with the brush, and if you're not looking, coloring cream may end up where it shouldn't be (such as on the furniture). If there's a teenager under your care, you should decide for yourself whether they're coordinated and mature enough to apply Cover 2 Go without your close supervision.
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