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copper rose

When freshly polished, copper takes on a slightly pink tinge that’s captured perfectly in this pretty hue. This color is a richer version of rose gold, offering the same blend of warmth and coolness but with a bit more depth. Try a single-process variation than blends the two tones, or a more vibrant version that uses placement to pair separate formulas. Learn about both techniques and get all the formulas in the notes. –– Laura Martin

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luscious fig

The fig has a dense meaty texture and robust flavor that are captured perfectly in its appearance. Dark skin, creamy meat and deep red juicy pulp give the fruit a fleshy, exotic beauty. A dark violet-brown hair color accented with tendrils of rosy platinum, this color shares its inspiration’s unconventional appeal. Complex-looking, but surprisingly easy to achieve this style is a perfect for the girl who has an unconventional, but understated aesthetic. Get application tips and the professional formulas in the style notes. –– 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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dusty violet

Unnatural hues continue to grow in popularity, but the trend is moving away from one-note shades into muddier, more complex hues that are hard to name. This beige-silver-violet is a perfect example. It’s certainly not a shade anyone is born with but its a far cry from the crayon box too. Understated, muted tones like this are more flattering to the skin and won’t clash with your clothing. Get the formula for the customized shade in the style notes.

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