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Thanks to a certain coffee retailer, pumpkin spice has attained almost mythical status as a drink, as a scent, as a color, even as an abstract ideal of the fall season.  If you are not pumpkin’d out yet, you can put the trend on top of you head!  Pumpkin spice hair colors feature warm butternut tones with hints of cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. Just like the blend of Thanksgiving seasonings, this color is a perfect balance, bright but natural, neither strawberry nor auburn. Neutral makeup looks beautiful with this sultry shade, especially if you have a contrasting eye color. Click through the style notes for tips on achieving luscious pumpkin.  Click for StyleNotes →

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You may love the smell of cinnamon rolls and the taste of cinnamon rolls, but have you ever thought about how beautiful they are? The gloss of the buttery icing, the tasty hue of the warm sugar-spice swirl, and the toasted shade of the baked dough provide a gorgeous palette of warm neutrals that’s gorgeous for rooty, bronde look. Get the formulas and tips on application in the notes. Click for StyleNotes →

black currant

This color is inspired by the dark plum lips that are one of this season’s biggest makeup trends. This hue is so dark that in low light it looks almost black, but also richly pigmented, so that in sunlight it sparkles like a gemstone. Read on for the professional formula and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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rose gold

Few fashion shades stay in vogue after more than a few seasons, but rose gold has proven traction; it’s not going anywhere. In the summer this pinky, peachy, blonde paired beautifully with tan skin and boho beach wear, but it works just as well with dark wool suits and faded complexions. For the fall, I’m loving a slightly deeper version of the shade reminiscent of a glass of sherry. Click the style notes for a fresh new formulation and tips on wearing this fashionable hue.

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The tawny hue of the acorn is the perfect inspiration for rich yet soft brown. This brunette shade is light enough to flatter natural blondes but deep enough to pair with the earthy hues dominating autumn’s palette. It’s soft gold undertones are especially flattering to blue eye and green eyes. Get the profession formulation in the style notes. –– Laura Martin