The 70's were all about the blondes–whether warm golden beach blonde like Farrah Fawcett or cool rock n' roll peroxide a la Debbie Harry. To neutralize any yellow or brassy tones, pick a blue or violet base shade and remember to protect your color.
Our Colorists find inspiration for brunette tones in everything from pine cones to coffee beans. For a cooler shade of brown, choose a hair color with a neutral or ash base to help rid hair of any red or coppery tones.
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If you're going to go red, go big or go home! It's the hardest color to keep and maintain because it's the most unnatural of dyes, but when reds are done right...boy are they right. Fun fact: Did you know Queen Elizabeth I was a redhead? Some other famous redheads: Lucille Ball, Strawberry Shortcake.