Boyd's Brush It Away Cover Up Grey Hair (Blonde)
Fresh from the salon every day with Brush It Away. Effortlessly achieve instant coverage for grays that lasts until your next shampoo.
Easy to build, easy to remove, Boyds unique formula was developed with both women and men in mind. This best-seller boasts a slim double-fiber wand applicator for a a clump-free, natural, root-to-tip finish every time.
Touch up at home, or take it on the go for last-minute emergencies. Two or more colors can be blended for custom colors or use lighter shades for highlighting. Brush it away can be used on eyebrows. Stays on until it is shampooed out. Men can also use it on their mustaches, beards, and sideburns.
- COVERAGE: Our touch-up brush can provide complete gray coverage until your next wash
- TEXTURE: Our Brush Away is perfect for all hair textures: fine, medium, thick, and works in men's beards, sideburns, and mustaches
- ON-THE-GO: Our Brush It Away is compact and designed to be perfect for salon-quality hair while traveling or on-the-go
- FOR ALL: Easy to build, easy to remove, with Boyds brush unique formula, it was developed with both women and men in mind to achieve instant coverage for grey hair
- UNIQUE: Boyd's Brush Away boasts a slim double-fiber wand applicator for a clump-free, natural, root-to-tip finish every time that is useful for last-minute emergencies
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The legacy of Boyds is one of classic beauty and glamour. Situated on Madison Avenue and 61st Street in Manhattan, Boyds Cosmetics was the beauty destination for fabulous New York women of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s.
Originally named 'Boyds Chemists' in the 1940s, the apothecary faced overwhelming competition when discount drug stores began to crop up in the '60s. That's when Carol Fader, Boyd's Vice President, and co-owner combined her keen imagination with her love of fashion, culture, and make-up to spark an avant-garde revolution in the cosmetics industry.