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What a pretty golden hue! Sent to us by Martin Rodriguez, stylist at Ooh la la salon & spa in Orange County, we love how the blonde transitions from a little bit dirty at the roots to a sunlit golden tone on the ends. The styling is great too. With all that length, the center-part creates a slinky seventies vibe while the ’S’ shaped swirls are perfectly placed to draw attention to the model’s lovely lips and evocative eyes. If you fancy a similar ‘do, Martin’s color formula can be found in the notes.

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suki waterhouse

Suki Waterhouse is a rising star, a model headed for the same success as Cara Delevingne. Her signature hair and tomboy style makes her modern, edgy, and more relatable to the everyday city girl. Her updated Stevie Nicks style is perfect for the change you need to make for fall. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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We love how these ombre colors drift from gritty dirty blondes into beautifying golden tones through the mid-lengths and ends. Dynamic hues like this are great for spotlighting tumbling spirals and loose textures. This was one of last summer’s hottest color trends, yet is it such a beautiful, alluring and client-friendly look we are predicting its continued popularity in 2014. For tips on making it yours, click style notes.

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Ombre –– the graduation of color from dark to light –– offers a sensational melting effect of multi-tone shading.  This image of Jessica Alba is a great example of using ombre to add depth and dimension, and to spotlight the tousle of texture. A classic long length with caramel to blonde ombre, it’s pretty, vivid, dynamic and attractive. In general, use to brighten features while spotlighting enhanced cascades for a perfect modern style. Learn more about ombre in the style notes.

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