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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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This soft strawberry hue is peachy and bright with an earthy kiss of warm honey. You could see this as a sophisticated twist on rose-gold or a pastel interpretation of copper. However you view it, it’s the perfect balance of soft, bright and natural, like a piece of mild fruit drizzled with honey. Get the professional formula and tips on applying it in the notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

strawberry blonde

Blondes are always fun, and probably the most popular summer hair color. But as the sunny season comes to its close, most of us are looking for a change. These examples of strawberry-toned blondes build on a flaxen base, and seem perfectly suited to the last days of summer, when the sky lights up with mercurial golden sunsets. To get a similar color, a mixture of golden and strawberry blonde highlights will add warmth, depth and dimension. For more tips on achieving strawberry tones of blonde, click style notes.

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This juicy shade is reminiscent of the bright sweetness of strawberries, the first fruit of spring. The rosy hue is lighter than magenta but brighter than pink, for a perfect balance between intensity and softness. The demi-permanent formula is semi-opaque and will incorporate a touch of your natural pigment. The images above show the tone over ash blonde, light red, and strawberry blonde bases. Try it on your own shade using the formulation and application in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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