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Emily+VanCamp+Captain+America+Winter+Soldier+y0oQjRmDXH2xPictured early in the year at the premiere of Captain America: The Winter Soldier Emily VanCamp portrayed something worth remembering: the classic beauty of smooth, silky straight hair. Women and girls dream about touchable, flowing, luxurious locks like these all the time but, really, it’s easy to do at home. One surefire, if somewhat counterintuitive way, is to use rollers. Get some tips in the notes.

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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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This color is adapted from the rose-gold hues that were popular this summer. By deepening and brightening the shade slightly, it can be easily transitioned into fall. This color has a much stronger golden base than the peachy version that reigned this summer, giving it a metallic luster and rich tone reminiscent of sunsets. Read on for the formula and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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