TouchBack does not flake or rub off because it bonds to the hair. It is real temporary hair color, and can be brushed — unlike hair mascaras, gels, and spray-on powders, which only coat the surface.
TouchBack can be used with all styling products prior to applying TouchBack. Hair spray can be used over it.
TouchBack is temporary hair color and lasts until shampooed out. The marker delivers hair color for a minimum of 40-50 applications, depending on the amount of gray to be covered.
TouchBack does not change permanent hair color because it does not penetrate the hair shaft. However, it should be shampooed out before the next application of permanent color.
TouchBack only colors gray roots. It cannot make dark hair lighter.
TouchBack uses only temporary hair colors. There are no harsh chemicals — no ammonia or peroxide.
Yes, you can use TouchBack on chemically relaxed or permed hair. The formula attaches to the outside of the hair. There are no harsh chemicals, like ammonia or peroxide, to damage the hair.
The comb acts as a skin shield at the hairline and temples. Slide the comb under the hair, as close to the scalp as possible, then apply TouchBack.
TouchBack is classified as a temporary hair color and, therefore, carries customary warnings against use around the eyes.
Heavy perspiration can cause TouchBack to rub off on fabrics (towel, hat, etc.) Light perspiration is not a problem.
TouchBack can easily be removed from skin with a damp tissue.
TouchBack is real hair color. It can stain clothing and other porous materials.
It is difficult to remove stains from fabric unless it is done quickly. Use any hair color stain remover, which can be purchased at beauty supply stores (not drug stores).
Both offer the same 8 shades. The difference is in the applicator. The TouchBack marker delivers an even flow of hair color continuously. ColorMark is a liquid applied with a soft-tip applicator.
TouchBack does not test on animals, and does not use any animal-based ingredients.