1. Go for a warm rich chocolate hue.

2. Try a raven balayage.

3. Get a spunky layered lob.

4. Or opt for a classier do.

5. Here are some sure options to you want to take things slow.
Not everyone needs a risky change. 

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Now, before you jump into the world of coloring, here are some things you might want to consider. Ladies, always do your research before committing to something potentially harming (you see, hair dyes alter your hair chemically!), no matter how temporary the treatment is for. No #tiisganda method is worth damaging your tresses over. It's crucial to maintain and pamper your hair  to keep it looking great and healthy. Invest in the best products and even methods, such as hair rejuventaing treatments. 


Visit GIRLTalk for advice on salons and other hair color tips.
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