3 Hair Color Trends To Replace Last Year's Ombre

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    Changing up your hair color is a fool-proof way to shake up your look, but not knowing exactly what you want or even how to achieve it can lead to a year spent trying to undo your 'do. To help you avoid a dye-job disaster, we tapped lead color expert Greg Pike at the Ted Gibson Salon in New York City for this fall's top three color trends. Whether you're going for a painless and easy-to-maintain single process, fall-appropriate highlights, or punk-rock tips, these are the best hair-color trends of the moment to print out and present to your trusty hairstylist. No ombre, necessary!

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