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Thanks to a certain coffee retailer, pumpkin spice has attained almost mythical status as a drink, as a scent, as a color, even as an abstract ideal of the fall season.  If you are not pumpkin’d out yet, you can put the trend on top of you head!  Pumpkin spice hair colors feature warm butternut tones with hints of cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. Just like the blend of Thanksgiving seasonings, this color is a perfect balance, bright but natural, neither strawberry nor auburn. Neutral makeup looks beautiful with this sultry shade, especially if you have a contrasting eye color. Click through the style notes for tips on achieving luscious pumpkin.  Click for StyleNotes →

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There’s a certain softness to pastels created by the effects of the sun, the hues of old barns, well-worn deck chairs, weathered wood. Sun-bleached colors aren’t just light, they’re also warm and soft, like this delicate shade of red-blonde. More subtle than a typical strawberry, this barely-red shade in flattering on most skin tones, and won’t clash with jewel toned dresses or your favorite red lipstick. Click the notes for the professional formulation and tips on application. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Up-and-coming actress Ellie Bamber may not yet be a household name, but her gorgeous warm amber tresses are already legendary. From a distance it appears she has a single vivd shade, but up close one can see that her perfect red is actually a blend of two different hues: dark bronze veined with thin lines of golden-copper. The subtle dimension makes her mane glisten and sparkle like a sheet of precious metal. Get the formulas and tips on application in the style notes. ––  Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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This hue is for the redhead who likes her shade anything but natural. Bright ruby edged in dark crimson gives a bold, dramatic look that demands notice. This color works beautifully with strong short shapes or long flowing lengths, but requires confidence and a bit of attitude. Click the notes for the professional formulas and tips on application. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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Daylight saving time has begun and spring equinox is here! It’s that moment of  seasonal change when and the first flush of green appears and the first flowers bloom: crocuses, daffodils, and snowdrops. This pretty violet brown accented with mulberry tips reminds me of those tender blossoms springing cheerfully from the muddy earth. And if you’re starting with a grown out ombre, this look offers a quick and easy spring transformation. Click the notes for formulas and tips on application. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →