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This dark violet shade with it’s dappled surface recalls the hue of wild muscadine grapes which grow profusely over the Southeast in summertime. Subdued vibrancy is a big trend this fall. Deep purples, soft rose golds, and dusty pink-blondes take the rainbow hair trend in a more wearable direction. From a distance this shade would appear black, the violet operating more as a reflection than a primary hue. Get the formulas to create this juicy color and tips on applying them in the style notes. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Rose gold is magic. It flatters every skin tone, looks both natural and pastel, and pairs will with lots of other colors, making it an ideal highlight/lowlight. While rose gold used to refer to a specific level and tone it’s definition has widened to include everything from pale rose-peach to dark copper-pink. It’s not really a trend anymore. It’s become a classic! Trends are passing styles, things that change each season, but rose gold has serious staying power. Click the notes for a gallery celebrating this modern classic shade. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Rose gold has became such a hair color buzz word that its used to refer to any pinkish or peachy blonde, but this look actually resembles its namesake metal. The meld of rosy fawn, metallic pink, and pale peachy gold creates a rich shimmering effect. With a mixture of highlights and hand painting, this look is achieved in a simple 2-step process. Click the notes to get the application technique and professional formulations.  –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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The award-winning styles at NAHA (North American Hairstyling Awards), most popular photos on industry sites like Modernsalon.com, and the yearly collections released by industry giants like Goldwell reveal a side of hairdressing that is rarely seen on the streets. Strong geometric cuts, wild disconnection, bold colors and gravity-defying shapes may impress other stylists, but what do they have to do with real girl trends? Is there any connection between avant garde hairstyles and real world cuts and colors? Absolutely, but you may need a little guidance to see the link. Click the notes to learn more. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →