From the monthly archives: "May 2014"

redcollage

The reds color palette is so striking. When we see red, it immediately grabs our attention for its individuality. Blondes and brunettes are everywhere, yet red is such a distinctive color that it immediately defines the personality, not just the crowning glory. Reds offer variety with tones in the orange, violet, and blonde ranges, which gives lots of scope to be creative and get a one-of-a-kind look. For tips to steer you in the right direction, click style notes.

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HairColorPost

A great hairstyle becomes even better when it is complemented by great color. To look more polished, more pulled together, more modern you need a dynamic hue. It is an opportunity to brighten up your best features. Hair color draws more attention to your face, especially the eyes. Color creates more magic for a beautiful look. Including everything from the pre-color thought process to trends to upkeep, get some key color thoughts in the style notes.

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sidebraid

It’s officially summer, which means celebrations, weddings, barbeques,and beach parties. With so many possible events from morning to night you need a fun celebrity inspired hairstyle that’s cute and easy to wear. I’m currently loving the side braid accent, it’s a simple look that can be paired with messy beach waves, sleek strands, or polished curls. It’s so versatile you can wear it to your girlfriend’s engagement party or all summer long. Click through to style notes to get the details. –Michelle Rotbart

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If you know anything about color theory, the idea of violet gold should seem impossible. Gold and violet are complimentary colors, which means they exist at opposite ends of the color wheel. If you mix yellow and purple paint you’ll end up with brown, so how is this possible? Well, hair color is made of small pigments that imbed into the translucent fiber of the hair strand, they don’t mix, they just settle next to each other, making it possible for hair to reflect opposite shades at the same time, but only if combined in exactly the right proportions. Click the style notes for the professional formulation and application. –Laura Martin

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