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
If Michelle Williams' recent switch from ultra-pale blonde to medium, almost-strawberry blonde is any indication, there's going to be a big shift away from fair hair this year. "The new blonde is less icy and white -- more buttery blonde," says Shorter. "It's flattering on most skin tones and easier to maintain." Brunettes will also be going warmer. Instead of shiny blue-black highlights, Potempa likes natural, honey-colored streaks. "Ask your colorist to match your strands to golden flecks in your eyes. The result will be a glistening, light-reflecting shade."
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