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sex appeal

It’s nice for people to say you are intelligent, witty, generous, cool or chic, but the best compliment of all is to be called sexy. If you’re sexy, you’ve got the lot. But what makes one sexy? Countless studies have decided face shape, hair, and smell are three of the most important things. We can’t make your face more symmetrical or give you the whiff of a healthy immune system, but we’ve got a few ideas on what makes hair sexy. Discover them below.

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Brunettes have this awesome ability to change their hair every 6-8 weeks that most other hair colors do not have. Who said brunette had to be boring? Natural brunettes can glaze their hair with a demi permanent shade and know it will fade out. Redheads tend to have a harder time getting colors to work with their natural tone and blondes typically get stained permanently from this coloring option. Click the notes for glaze suggestions to update your fall hue. –Kelly Rowe 

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french roast brunette

Coffee has long been used by brunettes as a description of their perfect color, but like most brown things coffee has many varieties ranging from light and fruity to dark and chocolatey. This shade is ultra dark and rich like a good french roast. There’s no gold here, just a rich, roasted shade that’s deep, dark, and bold. Click the notes for the professional formulation and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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blonde

Every girl should try being blonde at least once in their lives. While the old adage “blondes have more fun” is more cliche than truism, going blonde is an enjoyable experience for most. Before you go skipping into your colorist’s chair and request flaxen locks, be aware that blondes can quickly become brassy, especially on naturally dark hair that’s been lightened. When you’ve already spent much of your summer in the salon chair, you don’t want to have to go back to fix brassy tones. But avoiding the orange is easy if you know how. Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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