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It’s March! Spring is on the horizon and nature’s natural time of renewal is a great opportunity to try a dynamic new ‘do. Recently featured on facebook live by celebrity stylist Nick Arrojo, this gorgeous raspberry red is the perfect wow-factor look for the bold and fiery girl about town. Best yet, we even snagged the Goldwell color formula for creating this stand-out look. Get the full scoop, including before and after pics, in the notes.  Click for StyleNotes →

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Created by ARROJO Studio SoHo colorist Meagan Behrent at the Best of the Best Show in Atlanta, we love the orangey hue in this pixie razor cut by Nick Arrojo. Orange is not normally a desirable hair hue, as it is most often associated with the brassy tones one finds when blondes go bad, but this is something different entirely. Dimensional, bright, edgy and deliberate the color works with the cut, makeup and styling to create a look bathed in high fashion modernity. Steal the professional Goldwell color formula in the notes.

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This formula is a happy medium between two of my favorite color trends: rose gold and gray violet. Rose gold is slightly warm, and adding it to an ultra-cool shade softens and brightens. This color is unusual in an understated way. The subtle pink tone makes skin glow while the balanced beige that makes up the hies primary tone provides a classy neutral backdrop. Click the notes for a glaze formula and an optional accent color. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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August blooms, bountiful farmers markets, and luminous sunsets fill the last weeks of summer with warm, rich hues, providing a multitude of color inspiration. My favorite hair colors this time of year are rich and saturated, but softened with a dusting of lighter pieces in the same color family, for sun-kissed dimension. These looks, inspired by summery desserts, offer a mix of freshness and richness that’s perfect for the bountiful days of late summer. Click the notes to learn more about late summer palettes and suggested formulas. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Puce is the French word for flea and this color—said to be the favorite of Marie Antoinette despite it’s off-putting name—is the color of things not normally considered beautiful, insects and blood stains, but despite unfortunate associations, the color itself is quite intriguing. Reddish, grayish, and tinged in violet, puce is a complex, balanced brown, lighter than mahogany, darker than strawberry, but with tints of both. It’s one of those shades that people are bound to be intrigued by and when someone asks what color your hair is, well, you’ll have quite the conversation starter. Click the notes to get the formula. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →