Rita Hazan Root Concealer Touch Up Stick is a double duty treat

Rita Hazan Root Concealer Touch Up Stick
Rita Hazan Root Concealer Touch Up Stick

I’m hair obsessed these days. Not only have I been trying new hair treatment products but I’m also using new tools. I am one of those people who has always been very conscious of good (and bad) hair days. My obsession has extended to my eyebrows and eyelashes too as you’ll be seeing in upcoming reviews.

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Rita Hazan Root Concealer
Rita Hazan Root Concealer

One of the new products that I’m really appreciating is by Rita Hazan, the well known hair color innovator. She’s in every magazine article when it relates to hair color and famous people like Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Katy Perry, and more. Now we can all take advantage of her amazing skills with her home care line.

Rita Hazan Root Concealer Touch Up Stick
Rita Hazan Root Concealer Touch Up Stick

I was sent the Rita Hazan ROOT CONCEALER, Touch Up Stick in two shades (three are available) and I’m using them daily. These are an extension of her already famous Root Concealer Touch Up Spray but these are the Temple & Brow Edition.

These are fat crayon like pencils that need no sharpening as they wind up. They can be used to cover up those pesky grays that pop up before you need to recolor your hair. But what I love about using them is that they are perfect for my eyebrows.

my sad eyebrow before any makeup
my sad eyebrow before any makeup

I’m no longer able to run out of the house without touching up my eyebrows. They’ve thinned so much due to age and prior illness that they aren’t the same as they used to be.

with Rita Hazen Root Concealer Touch-Up Stick in light brown
with Rita Hazan Root Concealer Touch-Up Stick in light brown

As you can see, Rita Hazan’s Root Touch Up Stick fills in my eyebrows completely making them instagram ready! It’s so natural looking on me because it fills in my brows fully – no patches left behind.

Rita Hazan Root Concealers in Dark Brown/Black and Light Brown
Rita Hazan Root Concealers in Dark Brown/Black and Light Brown

Not only do the Touch Up Sticks mask the few gray hairs that I notice but they completely define my eyebrows. The pencil grips my brow hair easily and is easy to build up if necessary. I’ve had brow pencils that seem to take away the color as I’ve tried to build it up but this just glides on. If I go a little too far it’s easy to remove for a few minutes.

Rita Hazan Dark Brown/Black and Light Brown
Rita Hazan Dark Brown/Black and Light Brown

The pencils are just as great for roots and those little silvery hairs around my temple. With my roots I use the side of the pencil and feather in the color along my part. The box comes with a spoolie that helps blend the color into your roots to make them look more natural.

Rita Hazan Dark Brown/Black and Light Brown
Rita Hazan Dark Brown/Black and Light Brown

There are only 3 shades available which might be a problem for some. Dark Brown/Black is recommended for deepest brown shades like ebony, raven and deep-dark espresso. Light Brown isn’t really light in my opinion although I do apply it with a lot of pressure. It’s best for lighter brown shades like chocolate, chestnut, amber and sable. And Dark Blonde is for dark blonde shades like dark honey, ash blondes and light caramel.

Rita Hazan Dark Blonde Root Concealer stick
Rita Hazan Dark Blonde Root Concealer stick

Rita Hazan Root Concealer Touch Up Stick is perfect for on the go. You can travel with it, keep it in your cosmetic bag, and touch up as needed. If you are like me you’ll love it as a water-resistant eyebrow color that lasts the entire day.

Rita Hazen Root Concealer Touch Up Stick, before and after
Rita Hazen Root Concealer Touch Up Stick, after and before

I’m really happy with how easy Rita Hazan has made doing my brows so it’s easy for me to recommend this stick. This stick is going to be sticking with me for many years. Do you have eyebrow problems?  —  Marcia

$25, available at SkinCare RX, ritahazan.com, and at Sephora

Safe for all hair types. Ammonia and peroxide Free. Travel-approved size.

Ingredients

RICINUS COMMUNIS SEED OIL (RICINUS COMMUNIS (CASTOR) SEED OIL), CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, OCTYLDODECANOL, SILICA, POLYBUTENE, OZOKERITE, POLYETHYLENE, CERA MICROCRISTALLINA (MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX), HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED CERA (HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED WAX), SILICA SILYLATE, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, DISTEARDIMONIUM HECTORIT, PENTAERYTHRITYL, TETRA-DI-T-BUTYL, HYDROXYHYDROCINNAMATE, DICALCIUM PHOSPHATE
May contain:
CI 77491 (IRON OXIDES) CI 77499 (IRON OXIDES) CI 42090 (BLUE 1 LAKE) CI 77492 (IRON OXIDES)

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12 COMMENTS

  1. Lola Seicento | 2nd Jun 17

    Wow, this is very impressive! I need to pick one of these up!

  2. Never Say Die Beauty | 2nd Jun 17

    Wow, they work so well on your brows! That’s a keeper!

  3. Deb E | 2nd Jun 17

    Best thing I did for my virtually nonexistent brows was to get permanent makeup. Bonus that you don’t have to worry about grey hairs too! They have some great techniques now, like feathering for realistic looking brows if you have absolutely nothing like I had. I still will add a bit of brow powder since I have dark blonde brows and it will stick to the peach fuzz. I like the powder over a pencil since it looks more natural.

  4. Kathryne | 2nd Jun 17

    This is very interesting. I will try it myself

  5. Judy | 2nd Jun 17

    Ugh, yes I do have eyebrow problems – some of my hairs are so blonde, they look patchy. So I fill in with my own favored product!

  6. Cindy (Prime Beauty) | 2nd Jun 17

    I’ve started to notice some grey brow hairs on my left brow only–weird. I like the thickness of this pencil–it looks terrific in your brows.

  7. Phyrra | 3rd Jun 17

    I think the dark would work for me.

  8. Babi | 3rd Jun 17

    I could totally use this! Looks like a breeze to apply!

  9. Julie | 3rd Jun 17

    This does a great job on your brows! I never would have guessed because it’s so chubby.

  10. Lisa Heath | 3rd Jun 17

    This works so nicely on you! I need to pick one up

  11. Eugenia Lung | 4th Jun 17

    That sounds so cool!! I would use it as a brow pencil too!!

  12. Bailey | 6th Jun 17

    This is such a great idea! So handy.

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