Grey Upkeep

We strive to ensure that your grey hair maintenance is as time and cost-effective as possible. Our Kundalini tinting specialists are accessible and affordable, so you don’t have to book in for a full styling appointment when you only need grey touch-ups.

Grey Hair Growth 

Let’s talk facts! Grey hair grows approx 1.25cm a month. If you’re 100% grey (meaning every strand is growing out grey from the root) you may consider booking regrowth colour or T-section appointments as regularly as every 3 weeks.


We can maintain your regrowth by hand painting your full regrowth and treating every root strand to cover the grey; this can be followed by a blowdry or haircut. Want to hide your greys between visits or while you grow them out?  Try our Oribe Root Touch Up Spray. This clever touch-up spray instantly covers greys and roots to help revive hair and highlights between appointments. Microfine pigments blend seamlessly with your natural shade when and where you need it. The quick-drying powder formula also absorbs dirt and oil to refresh hair, leaving your hair looking and feeling fresh. Available in 6 shades from black to platinum.


A T-section appointment is an express colour add-on service that can be added to a haircut or blow-dry. This involves hand-painting your most visible greys in your centre part and hairline and is a great service for grey coverage. It is also timely meaning less time in the chair.

Embracing the Greys  

But what if you want to embrace the grey? You have a few options: let it grow out and go cold turkey on colouring, or create a colour plan with our stylists to help your transition along.

Enhancing Grey Hair 

One of the best ways to enhance the grey is to add some highlights to your hair routine. Slowly or quickly (depending on your desired outcome) adding in lighter pieces will add the illusion of a beautiful natural grey forming. These can then be toned to meet your natural grey, giving you a natural and effortless overall look.

Myths about Grey Hair

The short answer is sometimes. This is very dependent on the individual. Stress affects all areas of our body and can be seen through skin changes e.g. dullness, breakouts, hair growth or loss as well as loss to vibrancy or pigment of the hair.

While grey hair feels coarse and rough, the structure of the strand hasn’t actually changed. When those melanin-producing cells that create the colour of your hair run out of steam, the hair follicles also produce less sebum (the natural oils that hydrate hair). As a result, grey hair tends to be drier, which gives it that wiry texture.

The grey hair will grow back, it’s not worse in the sense that two will grow back in its place however it’s best to avoid pulling out your hair in general.

Want to Grow Out Your Grey? 

Talk to us about creating a colour care plan that works with your grey hair and is not against it.