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Warm and earthy, natural umber is on one the oldest pigments used by man. It was a favorite hue of classic chiaroscuro painters Caravaggio and Rembrandt. The shade is soft, rich and layered. It contains a mix of gold, red and charcoal hues that makes an unusual yet understated brown. Click the notes for the professional formulation. –– Laura Martin

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Can you believe it’s August? I can’t. August means we are just four short weeks away from September, which might as well be called fall. Even though I don’t want the cool weather and sweaters to come into season it will be here before we know it, which means you need to get your hair color ready for the transition. Click the notes for the how and why you need a transitional shade. –– Kelly Rowe

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blue hair

Spring styles don’t always have to be delicate and pastel. You can step out of the confines and try something saturated and bold without looking like you are in the wrong season. Click the notes for how to achieve this blue spring queen look. –– Kelly Rowe

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