From the daily archives: "Tuesday, August 12, 2014"

fall hair colors

Labor Day weekend is just over two weeks away and unfortunately we all know what that means, the unofficial end of summer. While I’m sure we all wish summer could go on forever we can get excited about all the new colors of fall, and all the new colors we can wear in our hair. Click the notes for this autumn’s colors to try. –– Kelly Rowe

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The word updo usually connotes weddings and other formal occasions, but pinned up styles don’t have to be stuffy or formal. These rolled looks are easy to create and have a vintage vibe that’s equal parts rocker and pinup. Use styles like the ones pictured above to add some edge to your little black dress or liven up your favorite jeans. Click the style notes for simple step by step instructions. –– Laura Martin

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haircolor

It’s not the end of summer yet, are you still taking the right steps to protect your hair color from fading? Believe us, we’ve dropped a lump sum of change at the salon for gorgeous hair color so we can relate to the horror of color fading prematurely. If you’re not taking the right steps to protect your color you might as well be burning your hard earned dollar. Luckily we’ve got the scoop on the rules of taking care of color-treated tresses. Click through to style notes to find out what you should be doing. –– Michelle Rotbart

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Nutty hues carry a delicate richness that exudes healthful beauty, like this light cool brown. The primary tone here is a cool brown, but the ashy base is balanced with a topaz reflection. The rich neutral shade goes with a variety of skin tones and eye colors. Click the style notes for application tips and the professional formula. –– Laura Martin

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face shape

When were looking for a new hairstyle that will be our ‘most flattering ever ‘do’ we often prefer to search out latest trends instead of thinking more about our face shape and what will suit it best. While the shape of your face isn’t the only determining factor––hair type and lifestyle also have a big influence––choosing a cut that fits and complements your features is the first step in the direction of great hair style. Click the notes to learn what cuts best suit what face. –– Kelly Rowe

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