Don’t stray too far from your natural hue
The closer you are to your true shade, the less color maintenance your hair will require. If you naturally have jet black strands and you bleach them Gwen Stefani platinum blonde, regrowth is going to be swift and glaring, meaning you’ll probably need your salon on speed dial. Unless you’re commited to upkeep, stick to a color within two shades of your natural base. (Hairstylists reveal the worst things you can do to your hair.)
Change your part
Switching up your part can make roots look less obvious. Rita Hazan, celebrity colorist and owner of Rita Hazan Salon in New York City, recommends flipping hair so it falls in a different direction, or creating a zig-zag part, which helps break up the root area, making re-growth less apparent.