10 Hair Trends You'll Want to Try in 2012
If you're considering a new cut, color, style, or treatment, make it one of these trends everyone will be talking about this year
Celebs like Drew Barrymore and Jessica Biel covered up their two-toned hair in 2011 in favor of monochrome hues, but thousands of regular women still headed to the salon to "get ombré-d." While the trend isn't showing any signs of slowing down, stylists think the look will evolve. "You're going to see a lot of people with blended color -- a mix of ombré ends and bright highlights around the face," says celebrity stylist Sarah Potempa. "It's a fresh way to transition into spring." The roots and the crown of the head will be darker (a plus for anyone who loves the low-maintenance aspect of ombré), but the highlights around the face will make the color transition seem more gradual.
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