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When it comes to color trends, brunettes can sometimes feel left out. Their hue isn’t as flashy as red or blonde, but it is precisely because of its subtlety that brown hair is such a great place for creativity. Brown is made by mixing the three primary colors—red, yellow, and blue—and varying the proportions creates a nearly infinite variety of tones. The color shown above—on the lovely Jessica Biel—has a high proportion of warmth, which gives it a golden-red shine that’s softened with an ashy overlay. Bits of paler honey woven through provide extra shimmer. Get the formulas and tips on application in the notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

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Finding the perfect summer shade can be difficult because everything turns a bit brassy and everything fades. Whether it’s swimming in the ocean or pool, showering constantly because you are hot, or spending a lot of time out in the sun you can’t escape situations that blanch the beauty of a pretty hue. Finding a shade that looks great with your tan (or sunburn) is tricky too. Is there a perfect summer shade? YES! Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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warm summer shades

Gold, copper and warm brown shades reflect the sunlight best, making them the perfect choice for the longer, brighter days of summer. Whether you prefer peachy blonde, ginger red or bright lemon yellow, adding warmth will soften and brighten your look for the season. How do you know which shade is right for you? Click the style notes to find out. –– Laura Martin

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When your colorist is talking to you, the language they use to describe shades or tones may be confusing. This confusion can often lead to you just agreeing with what they say because you assume they know best. Be informed, so the next time you have a color appointment you can know exactly what you are getting. –– Kelly Rowe

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