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Blackened garnet red glows deeply from within dark waves in this rich look. The saturated hue gives shine and sparkle to dark hair; a slightly lighter shade near roots enhances the natural effects of light. The undulating lengths blend the transition from bright to dark and expose flecks of ruby buried on the interior. Mine this look for your own hair in a few simple steps.

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Fashion Blogger Lua P. of Le Happy (http://www.le-happy.com) has worn many variations of red-to-blonde ombre, ranging from subtle to extreme. But her latest variation is the brightest yet. Vibrant apple-red roots, ruby mid-lengths and peach ends make for a bold, yet blended interpretation of ombre. Click the style notes for formulas and application tips to recreate the look. –– Laura Martin

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Red is so striking. It is such a distinctive color that it immediately defines the personality of that person. And reds offer you lots of variety with tones in the orange, violet, and blonde ranges, which gives you loads of scope to be creative and get a one-of-a-kind, individual look. If you want to join the trend for red, there’s a few options. You can go for a single-process, which gives you one shade of red all over, you can get high or low lights, and you can also try an ombre effect. For more tips on turning hair red, click style notes.

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Blunt lines are often paired with solid colors to maximize geometry, but soft shading gives dimension to precision shapes. A sharp, chin-length line with short, square fringe feels clean, modern, hip. Gradual brightening toward the tips diffuses the heavy line and breaks up the solidness of the cut. The short, crisp fringe exposes brows and hints at pinup glamour. Click through style notes for tips on achieving this style.

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