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FEATURES Jun 7 2013 6:56AM
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Summer Hair Colors You Dont Want to Miss!

By Lexi Felder, www.LexiWithTheCurls.com

It’s almost that time for new hair color!

Every summer we run through Pinterest, tumblr and Google image search looking for that summer color we want. Whether you are natural or relaxed, you can do color safely with a licensed colorist.

Check out some hot colors for this summer:

Ravishing Reds
Reds are always fun. The colors can range from orangey-reds to fiery reds!  Reds are awesome for the summer and it’s the perfect pop of color for a nice change.





























Blonde
They say blondes have more fun! Blonde is always a summertime favorite. There are so many variations of blonde- from honey blonde, to caramel blonde, to strawberry blonde, and much more! Blonde is also the most damaging color so proceed with caution!!



























Shades of Brown
For those who are afraid of drastic color, but want something different for the summer, check out different shades of brown. Lightening even just a tad is great for the summer. When the sun hits your hair, it’s gives off a nice glow. You don’t have to make big changes but sometimes I hint of new color can brighten up the face.






























Fun Colors
I am a huge fan of fun colors. Purples, Pinks, Blues, etc… Why not try it this summer? You can do temporary color of course. If you hair is already lightened, you can put a temporary color on top.

Even though some people can color their hair at home, we suggest you seek a professional. Not only can a professional do it right the first time, they are trained in color. They know how to correct color and pick shades that match your undertones. Basically, you may end up saving money in the long run and save the health of your hair by going to a professional.

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