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Platinum blonde is the biggest color trend of the summer, but maintaining an ashy silver tone while frequenting beaches and outdoor concerts can be extremely challenging. This color, which is extra-pale, but slightly buttery, is the perfect solution. The slightly warm tone sparkles in the daytime but still looks icy in the softer light of evening. Get the formula and tips on achieving glossy, even blonde in the notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Raw sugar has molasses in it, which lends the crystals a warm amber glow that’s a little peachy, a little golden, and a little ashy. To replicate the shade on your strands, a blend of bright highlights on the surface with darker blonde underneath gives a reflective, faceted shine. The balance of hues in this formula makes it work for a variety of skin tones. To give your blonde a sweet summer update, click through to the notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Rose Byrne always seems to be on-trend in an understated way. She keeps it simple and never looks like she’s trying too hard. Case in point: her take on the rose-gold trend in the form of peachy-gold baby lights. The color lends a soft glow to her pale complexion and adds a bit of interest to her muted brown base. Learn to get this gorgeous hue for yourself in the notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Update the silver hair trend with edges or accents of rusty metallic red. The silver hue used for this pairing is slightly warmer than standard gray, more of a metallic taupe, while the red has a dusky charcoal undertone. Apply the red in a then panel around the hairline or paint through edges for a softer blend. Click the notes for more tips on application and the professional formulas. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →