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Hair color trend report | hair color 101

Hair color trends are constantly evolving. From Bronde to Balayage, watch as fashion and beauty blogger Daniela Ramirez breaks down the latest hair color trends.

THESE ARE THE 6 HAIR COLOR TRENDS YOU NEED TO KNOW

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Garnier Hair Color - bronde is mixture of brown and blonde, great for brunettes who want to add little edge, brightness to natural hair color

BRONDE

Bronde is a mixture of brown and blonde. It's great for brunettes who want to add a little edge and brightness to their natural hair color.

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Garnier Hair Color - ombre is darkest at root then lighter through mid-length, ends, want bold, graphic effect, low maintenance

OMBRÉ

Ombré is darkest at the roots then lighter through the mid-length and ends. If you want a bold, graphic effect that's relatively low-maintenance, this is the look for you.

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Garnier Hair Color - sombre is hand-painted highlightening technique that can lift anyone's hair, evolution of ombre that creates softer gradation

SOMBRE

Sombre is a hand-painted highlighting technique that can lift anyone’s hair. It’s an evolution of an ombré that creates a softer gradation.

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Garnier Hair Color - babylights mimic natural highlights, highlighted pieces of hair are very fine to crerate fresh, sun-kissed look with hair color

BABYLIGHTS

Babylights mimic the natural highlights we all had as children. Highlighted pieces of hair are very fine to create a fresh, sun-kissed look with a hint of color.

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Garnier Hair Color - balayage is hand-painted hair color technique mixes ombre, highlights for gorgeous, sun-kissed effect

BALAYAGE

Balayage is a hand-painted hair color technique that mixes ombré and highlights for a gorgeous sun-kissed effect.

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Garnier Hair Color - Tortoiseshell/ecaille is hand-painted technique like balayage that creates multi-dimensional look, adds more warm tones to hair

TORTOISESHELL/ECAILLE

Tortoiseshell/ecaille is a hand-painted technique like balayage that creates a multi-dimensional look. The difference is that it adds even more warm tones to your hair.