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It’s award season, which means plenty of time to gawk at our favorite celebrities, a significant number of whom have recently adapted titian tresses. From Clemence is having a moment. Each of these ladies has a unique shade, but all of them fall firmly into the warm side of the color spectrum. The reds of the moment range from peach to bronze to poppy. Click the notes to learn more about which reds are trending now. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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The coats of young deer are a blend of caramel, russet, and taupe, speckled with ivory. It’s a lovely palette to translate to strands. When blended in swirls and ribbons on long tresses the combination of creamy blonde, strawberry and dark gold makes for a soft, woodsy hue that leaves hair looking thick and lush. Get the formulas and tips on application in the notes. –– Laura Martin

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Caramel with its lovely sweet flavor, warm smell, and luxurious texture provides the perfect inspiration for this rich dark blonde. This shade works on almost any skin tone, light or dark, warm or cool. Solid colors are a big trend for the coming year, and this shade is complex enough to hold up beautifully on its own. Click the style notes for the professional formulation. –– Laura Martin

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Bronde and red are both forecast to be big trend for the coming year, so why not combine them? This sunny hue is a blend of caramel and copper that hits both trends simultaneously. It’s subtle enough to work even on people who can’t usually wear red, and works on both warm and cool skin tones. Click the style notes for the formula and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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We haven’t heard the word “highlights” much recently; it’s been replaced by hand painting, ombre, and sombre. But highlights are coming out of hiding, re-emerging as singular accents. Using highlights individually, to create points ribbons of lightness around the face or peaking through the under layers of the hair makes an understated statement. It’s the perfect way to update your look without committing to a major overhaul. Learn how to get the look in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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