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We love to share the work of salon stylists on Style Noted; seeing something that happened behind the chair of an everyday client lends authenticity to the look. So we were delighted to receive this submission from Eve Galmiche, colorist at renowned salon, ARROJO NYC. Not only did she send us the finished rich auburn red with a gorgeous feathery blow-out, she created the above collage, which depicts the inspirations happening in her mind’s eye as she began to approach this color. Her thought process is fascinating; she also includes her professional formulation. Get the scoop in the style notes…

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The trend for twines mean –– whether it was a halo, side or double-back –– we’ve all tried them on over the last year of two. But Jessica Lowndes has found a new way to braid. The actress and singer takes inspiration from punk fashions, yet creates an every woman look. The 90210 star styled her long straight locks into a single-strand French braid that slides from center-front to center-back, creating a chic take on the faux hawk. The combo of the polished braid and sleek lengths portrays bold style, while the lustrous high shine adds just enough of a ladylike touch to keep the look feminine. Learn to recreate this style in the notes.

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Transforming your hair from summer color to fall color is crucial to stay looking current. Big changes aren’t always necessary and sometimes a quick glaze can give you all you need to refresh your strands. The ombre trend is here to stay but knowing the difference between summer and autumn ombre is essential. Click the notes for more. –– By Kelly Rowe

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This rich silver-red glazed with copper is a gorgeous and unusual hue that’s both earthy and fashion-forward. Mixing warm and cool reds produces a vibrant, yet muted effect. A scatter of highlights, peeking through the glaze, adds texture to the surface. The sophisticated result looks like a gemstone seen in dull light. Click the style notes to get the formulas and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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