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We know that jeans pair with just about everything from t-shirts to blouses and blazers, so it makes sense that blue hair is one rainbow hue that won’t clash with your wardrobe. And while some shades can look pretty awkward when they start to fade, denim-inspired blues get even cooler after they’ve been lived in for a while. In fact, these hues are designed, like acid-washed jeans, to feel grungy right from the start. Click the notes for a few of my favorite formulas. ––  Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Sent in by Tim Bricker, Owner and Master Stylist at B&B Cut & Color Studio, Princeton, NJ, the image above is titled, Order out of Chaos. Part of editorial work inspired by modern texture trends, bold hair colors, and tattoos, we love the juxtaposition between the pretty and the tough that this picture portrays. The fabulous swoosh and the mixture of bright colorful tones offer a statement style for the girl about town. Learn how it was created in the notes.

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blue hair

Rihanna is one of those people that is not afraid to change her hair dramatically. Her most recent adventure was a striking royal blue and I am loving it. I love blue hair almost as much as I love blonde hair, but it is a tough shade to pull off and not everyone can wear this dramatic tone of a blue. Get tips on the blue that will work best for you in the notes. –– Kelly Rowe

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The fashion set have adopted rosy pink as their signature summer color and there’s still time to join the IT girls. It kicked off during the Fall 2015 shows with platinum blonde models like Linn Arvidsson strutting Gucci runways in rosy pink tones. Since, we’ve seen the color in editorials and on A-listers like Cara Delevingne and Julianne Hough. You can wear this look for another few weeks, before fall fashions steal the show. Learn how to get it in the notes.

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It’s time to pack up your ombre and head home. Over the last few years, women and girls have not only adopted the multi-toned color trend, they’ve gone for ever brighter and bolder combinations in an effort to be fairest ombre of them all. All that’s irrelevant now because The Hair Color Expert recently posted this picture of herself wearing an unbeatable color melt that takes in tones from dark purple to lavender to turquoise. Aside from the remarkable application, we love how these tones bring warmth to the skin, making it dewy and vibrant. Including the color formula, there’s an explanation of how this was done, and some before and after pictures, in the notes.

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