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fine hair

For those of us with thin, fine strands getting plump, voluminous hair is a challenge. Our delicate fibers are susceptible to heat damage, easily weighed down by styling products, and prone to collapsing in inclement weather. Despite these challenges it is possible to get full, fluffy strands with even the finest of hair textures. Learn the secrets in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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umber

Warm and earthy, natural umber is on one the oldest pigments used by man. It was a favorite hue of classic chiaroscuro painters Caravaggio and Rembrandt. The shade is soft, rich and layered. It contains a mix of gold, red and charcoal hues that makes an unusual yet understated brown. Click the notes for the professional formulation. –– Laura Martin

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toffee

Toffee is like caramel’s sophisticated cousin: sweet but also smoky, buttery, and crunchy. This toffee hue has a caramel base, but it’s twined with buttery highlights and smokey lowlights for a rich dimensional gold. The shade is especially striking when paired with blue eyes. Read on for the professional formulation. –– Laura Martin

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