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This fiery, smokey red captures the flavor of an intense chipotle pepper. On the spectrum of reds this color falls in between natural and electric with a vibrancy that’s balanced, not overpowering. The depth of the color makes it easier to wear than more vibrant reds but with enough intensity to satisfy the most devoted redheads. Get the professional formula to create this spicy shade in the notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Rose gold is magic. It flatters every skin tone, looks both natural and pastel, and pairs will with lots of other colors, making it an ideal highlight/lowlight. While rose gold used to refer to a specific level and tone it’s definition has widened to include everything from pale rose-peach to dark copper-pink. It’s not really a trend anymore. It’s become a classic! Trends are passing styles, things that change each season, but rose gold has serious staying power. Click the notes for a gallery celebrating this modern classic shade. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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You’ve probably noticed that hairdressers’ color always looks a little extra special, that even if you and your stylist have the same exact shade hers just seems a bit better somehow. Your not just imagining things. Professionals do have a few tricks for making their color look extra zingy, coloring tips that take a shade to the next level. Click the notes to get the secrets. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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This formula is a happy medium between two of my favorite color trends: rose gold and gray violet. Rose gold is slightly warm, and adding it to an ultra-cool shade softens and brightens. This color is unusual in an understated way. The subtle pink tone makes skin glow while the balanced beige that makes up the hies primary tone provides a classy neutral backdrop. Click the notes for a glaze formula and an optional accent color. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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The trend toward looking undone is finally pushing over into actually going au natural: women are letting their hair air dry and forgoing makeup. But what about hair color? We’re still seeing pastels and rainbow strands, but at the other end of the spectrum natural looks keep getting more and more subtle. Ombre has turned into sombre and highlights into babylights. It’s getting genuinely hard to tell whether people color their hair or not, which begs the question, will we just stop? Is not coloring your hair the next trend in hair color? Click the notes to find out. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →