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This dark earthy gold hue is an ancient pigment with a deep sunny golden hue. It adds earthy warmth to skin and provides a gorgeous contrast for both light and dark eye colors. It’s a deep blonde, but lighter than bronde, and the warm tone makes it feel brighter than dishwater shades. You may be tempted to add more gold to the formula, but it’s not necessary. The natural remaining pigments from lifting contribute a perfect dose of sunny yellow-gold. Click the style notes for application tips and the professional formulation. –– Laura Martin

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This shade of vibrant golden orange is named for the Australian Outback. It captures the vivid warmth of desert sun, and the vibrant hue of red sand. It’s a color at once earthy and unreal, an exotic shade that recalls spices and exotic flora. Get the professional formula in the style notes.–Laura Martin 

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Lately the softer side of red has trended toward rosy hues: strawberry blonde, apricot, and rose gold. This is the warmer, earthier side of titian, a spicy copper gold redolent of cumin and turmeric. Try it on it’s own as shown in the two pictures on the right, or use it to add sunny hand painted highlights as pictured on the left. Click the style notes for the professional formula and tips on application. –Laura Martin 

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