From the daily archives: "Tuesday, June 4, 2013"

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If you want to be a maven of summer hair color trends, this ethereal copper from Bella Thorne is one of the summer’s most desirable tones. A divine hue that is part of a drift towards red-brown colors that possess otherworldly qualities, it is a move away from fiery redheads into colors that are more dreamy and angelic. So, when you next go to your colorist, think seraphic, elemental tones, think delicate and light, think luxurious hairstyle heaven. And for our professional tips on attaining different shades of red, click style notes.

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Thick, voluminous hair emanates health and femininity, but if your strands are naturally fine, achieving fullness is a challenge. Without styling aids thin strands fall flat; too much product and your mane looks heavy and greasy. If you’re nodding your head you’re not alone. Thin, flat hair is one of the most common complaints in salons, but with the right tools and a few simple tricks you can pump up your locks and get voluptuous, voluminous hair. Click the style tips to find out how. –– Laura Martin

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Heat rising, it’s officially (dirty and gritty) summertime in New York City. This past weekend, in order to cool down, we hit the shore, which meant sandals, sunglasses, sunscreen, and –– our favorite –– sexy, beachy hair. We love the timeless elegance, beauty and grace of romantic tousle and flow. And whether you’re blessed with naturally undulating tresses or not, we want everyone to be able to ride the wave with us. So, for tips on how to get big waves, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart

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Who knew you could take “pretty as a peach” so literally? Fresh, juicy, and natural this color has all the best qualities of one of our favorite summer fruits. A creamy blonde dusted at the tips with pale apricot tones provides a subtle take on the pastel trend that’s easy to wear and sure to inspire compliments. Read on for tips to achieving the color and professional formulas. — Laura Martin 

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