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Eva Longoria has a beautiful mane, but the brunette hasn’t always been so brown. At just 18 Eva went all grey and has been coloring her hair ever since. Eva confessed she has been coloring her gray hair for the past two decades she confessed in Us Magazine’s Stylecrush Q&A. “Oh, gosh. I’ve had a full head of gray hair, since I was, like, 18.”
So it makes total sense why the L’Oreal spokesperson would reach for the company’s root cover-up. “I’ve had a full head of gray hair, since I was, like, 18. So for me, going to the salon is every two weeks. And then I have some that peek through. So if I’m traveling or not in town to get my hair colored, I need an emergency fix. This root cover-up [by L’Oréal; Longoria is a spokesmodel for the brand] allows that because it’s a spray, and it sprays out like a powder, almost like a dry shampoo. It’s not sticky, it’s not wet, it’s not residue-y. It washes out when you wash your hair. But it’s great; it has a lot of coverage. I used to use those mascaras, and it would leave your hair sticky. Then I would use my black eye shadow, and it would come off when the wind blows.”
Some people go gray so early and some don’t. We wonder why that happens genetically?
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