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This inspiration for this hue is midday sun. When our star is high in the sky, it gives off a bright white light suffused with subtle warmth. This color is as bright as your favorite platinum but not the least bit icy. It’s golden warmth maximizes reflectiveness, making strands glow with near-blinding brilliance. Click the notes for the professional formula for this sunny shade. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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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The coats of young deer are a blend of caramel, russet, and taupe, speckled with ivory. It’s a lovely palette to translate to strands. When blended in swirls and ribbons on long tresses the combination of creamy blonde, strawberry and dark gold makes for a soft, woodsy hue that leaves hair looking thick and lush. Get the formulas and tips on application in the notes. –– Laura Martin

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ballerina slipper hair

Right now I’m into subtle pastels, shades that look natural at first, but have a fashionable glow, like the hint of pink or blue cast by a colored lightbulb. This ultra soft rosy shade is just such a hue, a soft cool blonde barely dusted with a hint of pink. The color reminds me of the barely pink shade of point shoes and dancer’s leotards. It’s graceful, flirty, and feminine. Click the style notes for the professional formulation. –– 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