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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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saffron hair color

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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dirty peach

This shade is a little fruity and a little grungy. A dishwater blonde base is accented with a dash of rose gold and a touch of soft copper. The result is a red so soft that almost anyone can wear it, and a peach so tame that even the most conservative employer won’t object. But, understated as it is, this shade still carries intensity. Get the formula and application tips in the style notes.

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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