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Saffron is one of the world most expensive spices and its flavor is so complex that it’s hard to describe: umami, sweet, bitter, savory, floral, and aromatic. This red reminds of both the lovely shade saffron fronds lend to dishes and the subtly complex flavor. Copper bright but with undertones of rich auburn and decadent gold, this shade has an expensive, jewel-like finish. Click the notes for the professional formula and application tips. –– Laura Martin

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Coloring your hair has great benefits other than just changing the hue. There are some little known perks of hair color that all colorists know about, but do you? You’re in luck. Today I am going to share them because everybody deserves to wear great hair. Click the notes and find out if you have one of the hair types that could get a boost from hair color. –– Kelly Rowe

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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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Holy hue, what a hair color! A blistering combination of orange-based, bronzed copper locks with milky, blue-based skin creates a remarkable, beautiful contrast, especially when accented with piercing blue-green eyes. With so many multi-toned and graduated colors now on the market, it’s good to have a reminder of the sparkling vivacity of a one-toned hue.  The hairstyle is classically feminine: Long length with light layers and a soft, elegant side sweep to spotlight the eyes. To tips on achieving a similar look, click style notes.  Click for StyleNotes →