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Rich, earthy, and full of flavor, the cocoa bean only becomes the fragrant, flavor substance we know after patient drying, fermentation and roasting. These processes result in subtle complexity, which inspired the hue pictured here. This chocolatey shade is the result of careful blending and layering to create depth and intricacy without muddiness. Get the formula for this chocolatey shade and tips on application in the notes. Click for StyleNotes →

green

According to color theory red and green are opposites, but in the natural world copper and jade often mingle. We see chartreuse grass sprouting from red clay, nasturtium blossoms topping mint green stalks, and the lovely verdigris tarnish on aged copper. When translated to hair the combination of warm red brown and vibrant green is bold and beautiful. Click the notes for suggested formulas and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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toffee

Toffee is like caramel’s sophisticated cousin: sweet but also smoky, buttery, and crunchy. This toffee hue has a caramel base, but it’s twined with buttery highlights and smokey lowlights for a rich dimensional gold. The shade is especially striking when paired with blue eyes. Read on for the professional formulation. –– Laura Martin

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hand pressed
As a colorist I am always looking for the next thing in hair color. Foils no longer reign supreme with so many options like balayage, hair painting and ombre techniques. Now we have a new option and in my opinion it is by far the best! Click the notes to learn about hand pressed hair color. –– Kelly Rowe

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surreal red

You know that red that reminds you of Ariel from the little mermaid? It’s super bright, neither coppery or violet, just pure vibrant cherry. It’s so vivid it appears to generate its own light. It’s a dream color, a fantasy shade. Well, now you can get it for real. Click the notes for the professional formula.

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