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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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pickled ginger

This bright blend of coral hues recalls the tangy, sweet and spicy flavor of pickled ginger. It’s a little bit pink, a little bit red, a little bit copper and a whole lot of fun. the blend of shades allows the look to fade gracefully so it will look great from the day you get it through weeks of washing, sweating and sun exposure. Get the formulas for this beautiful blend in the style notes. –– Laura Martin 

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Light red shades are a challenge. If they’re too soft they look washed out, but too much pigment and they end up looking dark or florescent. A perfectly balanced shade should appear almost luminescent, both bright and sheer, radiating soft light. This pale tangerine hue dotted with wisps of cotton-candy pink achieves the perfect balance. Get the formula and tips on application in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

plum sangria

The reds that have been trending for the spring and summer have been mostly warm: copper, rose gold, and coral. Deep purples and rich velvet hues feel too saturated, too serious for the warmer months, like trying to drink merlot in July. But this shade, like a glass of sangria, lightens and brightens the intensity of wine red. It’s plummy, but light, balancing violet tones with vibrant pink and cherry red. Get the professional formula for this summer blend in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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