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Rose gold hair color has been a huge color trend for a few important reasons. First, it’s a hue that occupies a space between rainbow and natural at a moment when vibrant shades are fashionable but for many impractical. Second, it’s a blend of warm and cool hues so it works against almost any skin tone. Third, its underlying warmth makes it easier to achieve and maintain than many other fashion shades. It’s no wonder this color keeps on trending. Click the notes learn more about the latest variations. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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Shoulder grazing looks and lob-bob styles can look great but they can also look a bit bland. Get the right cut, the right color, and the right style and you will have your friends wanting your look and they will for sure be asking where you get your hair done. Get the wrong one and you may be wishing you never went for the chop. How can you love your length and upgrade the look to cool, edgy, and young? Click the notes. –– Kelly Rowe

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hair texture

Three years ago, for a period of six months, I cut meat and dairy out of my diet completely and it changed my hair texture in a major way. My once curly / wavy tendrils became limp and lost all of their bounce. For a while I didn’t understand why my hair texture changed so much, and after much discussion with my dermatologist I decided being a vegan was not for me….and almost a year later my natural texture returned. Sometimes, hair texture changes are just out of your control, yet some aren’t. Your hair can change from straight to wavy, or like mine, the other way around and then back again. It’s important to know what’s due to biology and what’s self induced. Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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We all know apparel trends have a tendency to swing back and forth on the fashion pendulum. It’s wise to remember hair is no different. Back in 2013, Danny Moon, celebrity colorist at the Andy LeCompte Salon in West Hollywood, coined “Colombré,” a riff on ombré hair. As ombré became more mainstream, it was his way of creating distinction between the classic two-tone look everybody was doing, and a bold and colorful rainbow makeover. Now the look is gaining traction again, especially for those who are into taking bold beauty risks. Into it? Talk to your colorist on whether you should go for pastel or super bright. Need inspiration? Click through to style notes to see some creative colors. –– Michelle Rotbart

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