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Getting rid of the grays

Many of us have spotted those unwanted gray hairs. Our beauty expert, Jessica Metivier, says there is a quick and cheap way to hide those fast-growing roots!

"I have the perfect product that will make them disappear in a matter of seconds," says Jessica. "It's magic in a tube. It's like mascara, but for your hair!"

It's a product called Gray Disappear. It's paraben free, sulfate free and propylene glycol free. It's also rich with antioxidants, vitamin E, panthenol and natural waxes and comes in four different shades.

There are several other brands on the market, some more natural than others, but they all do the same thing: Hide those dreaded white or gray hairs!

Pick a color that best matches your hair, and no one will ever know the difference.  

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