Hair Colors You Need to Try in 2015

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With the days of ombré and pastels behind us, this year is turning out to be a year of deep, solid tones. Colors are tending toward more natural looks over the stand-out colors of the past year. So if you’re looking for a bit of a change to your look, give one of these beautiful shades a try before the year is over!

Emma Stone with metallic red hair

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Metallic Reds
Reds of almost any shade are in this year, but to really dazzle go for a metallic red. Bronze or copper are all the rage, giving a little edge to the traditional strawberry blonde. Go for a rich vibrant red with some subtle copper or bronze highlights to bring out the metallic tones.

Jessica Alba with babylights

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We have Jack Howard of Neville Hair & Beauty Salon to thank for this trend, which displays strong streaks of color that are painted in the small sections of the hair, making it look like natural sun-kissed highlights. The goal is to recapture the hair of our youth, when we used to spend all day playing outside and the sun was our colorist. Because of the natural look, they’re easy to maintain and to grow out. No need to visit the salon right away, you can let these babies grow out until you’re good and ready to make your next change.

Olivia Munn wtih deep brunette

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Deep Brunette
Solid, bold browns are in this year. If you’re a natural brunette you’re set, just work on getting that high gloss look that this rich color allows. The deeper and more intense the better, especially for the tail end of summer when most people are still working their blonde shades. If you have fair hair and have been thinking about taking the plunge to brunette, now is the perfect time to try a nice chocolate or dark ash brown.

Rumer Willis with rose gold hair

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Rose Gold
This dazzling, multi-dimensional look is typically created by blending smooth blondes with rosy pinks. The end result is the perfect combination of blonde, pink, and a hint of brown all rolled together. Depending on the hue you really want, this could go from looking like a washed out, blondish pink, to a soft pinkish-gold red. The lighter hues might work best for summer, but as fall fast approaches, speak to your colorist about going to the darker spectrum of this beautiful rose gold look.

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