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How to Ask for the Right Hair Color at the Salon: 14 Celebrity Inspired Looks

By Carmen Ordonez |

How many times have you ever left the salon disappointed with your hair color?  Not only that, but you’re out of $200 bucks! You specifically asked for a hair color, but came out with something completely different. That chocolate brown you envisioned looks more red than chocolate brown? Well not to worry, we’ve asked the lead Color Director for Sassoon Salon Miami, Jesse Mendoza, to give us a hand.

Here are the top 14 most requested celebrity hair colors and how to specifically ask your colorist for that look.

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How to Ask for the Right Hair Color at the Salon: 14 Celebrity Inspired Looks

Jessica Alba's Hair

To get this look, ask your colorist: For a light, ash brown base with honey highlights and caramel brown lowlights placed throughout the hair. Also, you should request that the color transitions to lighter tones towards the ends to add depth and definition.

 

Photo: PR Photos

Read more of Carmen’s writing on her fashion blog, Viva Fashion.

 

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Carmen Ordonez is a leading Latina fashion expert, TV personality, spokesperson, and founder behind the fashion blog Viva Fashion, which features the latest in fashion on a budget. Last year, she launched the mommy blog, One Sunday Morning, which chronicles her adventures as a first-time mom. Read bio and latest posts → Read Carmen's latest posts →

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