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Rose gold hues are usually applied to lighter shades, but they look beautiful with a light brown base as well. This soft and rich take on the color blends honey, light red, and golden copper to create a rich hue with depth and shine. This darker shade works well for darker skin tones and eye colors and stands up well to bold makeup choices like the red lip pictured here. Get the professional formulation and application tips in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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Sun-kissed strands are always appealing, but in the spring, a lighter, brighter color is especially enticing. If you have previously colored hair or want platinum blonde, you should see a professional colorist. But, if you want to avoid the cost, the chemicals, and the trip to the salon you can still add some soft warmth or sunny brightness to your locks. Click the notes for five easy and natural ways to switch up your color for spring. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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As a huge hair mask fan I am always trying infuse together the perfect set of ingredients to create a mask that balances moisture and protein that helps your hair grow long and strong, soft and shiny. Finding this perfect mix can be tough, too much protein and your hair will get hard, too much moisture and your hair will be weighed down. Click the notes for my perfect strengthen and lengthen mask. –– Kelly Rowe

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There a lot of things just in your kitchen that can that can benefit your hair. I’m sure you have already tried some oil or maybe combined a few things together to create homemade masks, but you have a whole kitchen full of fun ingredients to us. Click the notes to the 12 you can start using right now. –– Kelly Rowe

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I love hair masks. You can normally find me whipping up something from ingredients in my kitchen on any given weekend. We all know hair masks are great for healthy strands but what we normally don’t address is the fact that your hair from the roots to the ends doesn’t need the same mask. Let me introduce you to the 3-block mask. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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