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Summer is coming and hair is getting beachy, ombre-ed, and highlighted. Brighter, lighter strands are perfect for a little DIY experimentation. As a long-time colorist, I’m not a huge fan of people coloring their hair at home, but I’m also a realists. There are some things you should never try on your own—like color correction, or taking brown hair platinum blonde—but adding a touch of pastel to pre-lightened hair is fairly safe and easy, if you’re using the right color. I recommend pink. You can, of course try any shade you please, but pink is most likely to produce satisfying results. Wondering why? Click the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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This shade was spotted on the runway at New York Fashion Week. It is one of those fascinating colors that’s almost impossible to describe, dark blonde but not dishwater, reddish but not strawberry, warm but not golden. The soft peachy hue appears almost to glow, especially when worn with nude makeup and pale brows as shown. The formula below would be lovely as a glaze over almost any blonde, but is especially opalescent over cool and neutral base shades. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →


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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