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Biolage R.A.W. by Matrix

Biolage R.A.W. is Real. Authentic. Wholesome. This powerful haircare regimen gives you the power to create the hair you've always dreamed of - while being good for you and good for the environment. Biolage R.A.W. is a range of feel-good, look-good, do-good hair care. This 70-100% natural-origin haircare range provides a unique sensorial experience combined with true professional results. So live Real. Authentic. Wholesome. #LiveRAW

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Cherry Red Balayage: Lacquered Finish

Just because you weren't #blessed with natural red hair doesn't mean you can't rock red haircolor. This cherry red hue is a rich, saturated lacquered haircolor with a slightly darker root and lighter ends. Ask your stylist to use permanent color to achieve a lacquered look and complete the process with a hair gloss for perfect tone and gorgeous shine.

Did you know a toning service is the most important part of your hair appointment? Learn more about the benefits of toning your hair.

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What is a Brazilian Blowout? - Why is it so popular?

Brazilian Blowout professional smoothing treatments are the most innovative and effective in the world. Through the use of breakthrough bonding technologies, these customizable smoothing treatments actually improve the condition of the hair by creating a protective protein layer around the hair shaft to eliminate frizz and smooth the cuticle. The end result is smooth, frizz-free hair with radiant shine!

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Fall in Love with your Hair this Fall!

Want to create a new look? Redken's new Heat Restyling Technology makes it easier than ever! Apply any Heat Styling product once, style with a heat tool, then reapply heat anytime to create a different look. Perfect for quick style change, no shampoo needed!

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Balayage vs Ombré - Explained

Balayage is all about how the color is applied. The word Balayage originates from the French term “to sweep.” With Balayage, not necessarily all the ends will be affected and the transition between dark and light will be much longer and more natural looking.

Ombre is a haircolor technique where all the ends are going be affected and the transition from the deeper roots and light ends is going to be pretty short. The definition for Ombre is the French word for "color that is shaded or graduated in tone".

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