Although, it may be hard to tell with the chilly temps, Spring has officially arrived. Flowers will be blooming. Trees will be blossoming and our ROOTS will be calling!! Skip the egg dye and give your locks some tender loving care.
HONEY BLONDE w/ROOTY DIMENSION
For those with dark blonde or light brown hair wanting a more natural look, try a honey hue. This season, ladies are flocking to salons with photos of Cara Delevingne in hand. To achieve this look, ask your stylist for balayage with cool tones. According to Elle.com, Matrix Celebrity Hair Stylist, George Papanikolas says, "the key is having depth at the roots that fades into lighter tips with a soft haze between the shades."
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Red is the "IT" color of this season. With this shade, you have to make sure to take extra care in your daily routine. Try using a mild shampoo that will not strip your hair. Color-Safe Shampoos are the best. Red is also the fastest to fade, so limit your sun exposure and look for hair products that contain SPF.
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According to Elle, for brunettes it's all about "rich monochromatic shades with light contrasts." Depending on your color, go a shade lighter for your highlights. Make sure to avoid highlighting the roots. Matrix Celebrity Hair Stylist George Papanikolas says, "too much contrast at the roots with light highlights will give you a harsh zebra effect."
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In the spirit of spring, pastels are in. Now you can match you your favorite Easter dress to your hair! No, I am not kidding! Kelly Osborne has been doing it for years with her lavender locks. Nicole Richie recently jumped on the trend too. Celebrity hairstylists predict ladies will start feeling a bit more adventurous now that their favorite celebs are trying it. Make sure to use a color care shampoo and conditioner as well as a heat/UV protectant while enjoying some rays.