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    Root Touch Up
    summer872 posted:
    I just found this root touch up, and people seem to like it. I got to a salon about every 4 to 5 weeks. Luckily, the price is only $32 per time that I go. Im glad to hear that some people do it sooner than I do! I feel like I should be waiting 5 to 6 weeks, but that is just too long. :)
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    TKelly1920 responded:
    I get touch ups every 8 weeks to stretch it out
    TKelly1920 replied to TKelly1920's response:
    If i can go that long of course
    summer872 replied to TKelly1920's response:
    That's great! I have dark brown hair, so I guess that is just too long for me. My stylist said the root touch up would be fine to use if I cant get there, or want to delay the time in going back to her. Good luck!

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