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This woodsy brown gets a glow from undertones of copper and gold. Lightly faded ends give it a lived-in look coziness, but the hue is equally stunning as a single process. Flattering to a variety of skin tones and a perfect match for understated fall hues, this color is destined to be a seasonal favorite. Click the style notes for the formula and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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For some people pumpkin is the essential fall flavor, but for me it’s always been cranberry. There’s something about it’s cool tartness that reminds me of fall air. Translated to hair, the cranberry’s hue lends a cool brightness that’s rich but bright. It looks like cold weather sunsets, autumn leaves, and late season berries. The two-step process explained below provides a shimmering, long-lasting result. Read on for the professional formula and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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The difference between butterscotch and caramel is a difference in complexity. Caramel is made from white (refined) sugar while butterscotch is made from brown (less refined) sugar that had molasses in it. The flavors in butterscotch are more complex: sweet, bitter, nutty, buttery. All that complexity comes through in this color which blends copper, gold, brown, and a touch of silver for a sweet shade you’ll want to sink your teeth into. Click the style notes for formulas and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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The natural look is in for the fall, and with it a much more minimal approach to beauty. The trendiest hair colors this season are soft shades that mimic nature. Not just “natural” colors, but tones and applications that actually look like you were born with them. Subdued tones and subtle variation are the key to achieving this look. Get the formulas and tips on application in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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Amy Adams looks all style and class attending Fashion Week in Milan. Big sunglasses, a Max Mara trench dress and posh clutch, she’s got the new Hollywood glamor vibe down pat. We most love her flame-red hair. A layered, lengthy, side-swept look with a bit of flirty outward bend on the ends, it’s perfect for those that like a polished and elegant look. Learn about styling similar shapes in the notes.

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