There are numerous legends and myths about birthstone healing powers and their therapeutic influence. Looking for a change? Bring out the elemental goddess in you & try out one of these zodiac inspired colors.  

January: Garnet

                                        

Many representations of this stone relate to friendship and trust. Start with a nice dark shadow root, blended into soft warm red painting.

 

February: Amethyst

                         

Thought to symbolize royalty with it’s purple hue, this gorgeous purple color is sure to turn heads.

 

March: Aquamarine

                              

Derived from “Aqua”, this gemstone was thought to protect sailors out on the open ocean. Release your inner mermaid with this beautiful light blue. 

 

April: Diamond

                                        

Diamonds are one of the hardest and most famous gems of modern times, making this color engagement material. 

May: Emerald

                              

 

Emerald represents youth, growth, and intelligence as seen in the deeper green color it has.

June: Pearl

                                         

The pearl is rare as it is the only Gem that is created by a living animal. Channel the pearl’s uniqueness into a shimmery, opalescent white blonde color. 

July: Ruby

                                           

Representing health and wisdom, Ruby is the perfect hair color to make a statement. 

August: Peridot

                                       

Formed deep within Earth, Peridot has historic “powers” for healing and warding off nightmares.  

 

September: Sapphire

                                          

Protecting lovers for centuries, the deep blue color of Sapphire is an instant beauty. 

 

October: Opal 

                                  

Early races credited opal with magical qualities. Make your own magic with this radiant opal color. 

 

November: Citrine & Topaz

                             

Both Citrine & Topaz are known as healing stones, representing warmth and energy due to it’s orange hues.

 

December: Turquoise

                                 

Turquoise is among the oldest known gemstones- it has been mined since 3,200 BC. Worn around the necks of  Egyptian Pharaohs & a part of the ceremonial dress of the early native americans. Turquoise is a classic. 

 

Want a color like these? Bring a photo into any of our 3 salons & our color specialists can create a beautiful color formula just for you. Call 212-242-7786 to book an appointment today. 

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