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Coco Rocha is the star of the new Balmain Hair Couture campaign. The Canadian model became the face –– and hair –– of the brand’s ‘Icons’ line. Lensed by An Le in NYC, the images reflect a big city girl on the go as Gotham stands in her wake. What we love is the transformation of hair color; normally a brunette, Coca became platinum blonde bombshell for this campaign as an illustration of the power of reinvention. If platinum blonde is a look you’ve always dreamed about, we say break your boundaries and go for it. But before you do, discover the five big things you should know about bleaching to blonde.   Click for StyleNotes →

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You walked out of the salon with beautiful blond strands that could rival Kate Bosworth, and for a few weeks you do believe the old adage of blondes have more fun. It’s all wonderful, until you realize your hair is brassy, fried, or worse…green. Sound familiar? I feel your pain. Blonde is known to be difficult to maintain, and if you’re not using the write products or taking the right steps you could unknowingly be ruining your golden mane. But don’t fret, with a few tweaks to your routine, you can have your blonde and wear it all summer long! Click through to the notes to learn what you need to add to your blonde hair arsenal. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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Platinum blonde is the biggest color trend of the summer, but maintaining an ashy silver tone while frequenting beaches and outdoor concerts can be extremely challenging. This color, which is extra-pale, but slightly buttery, is the perfect solution. The slightly warm tone sparkles in the daytime but still looks icy in the softer light of evening. Get the formula and tips on achieving glossy, even blonde in the notes. –– 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 →