BEAUTY

Martha Stewart Weddings - - CONTENTS - T EXT BY MELISSA MILRAD GOLD­STEIN

Add some shim­mery color to your wed­ding-day ’do, freshen up with the new­est dry sham­poos, get the lat­est on tooth whiten­ing and sun­screen, and more.

And the bride wore . . . mil­len­nial-pink hair? A hint of tint is the lat­est way to ex­press your in­di­vid­u­al­ity. We’re not talk­ing about go­ing full uni­corn, but con­sider straw­berry streaks, a shim­mery cop­per cast, or a soft vi­o­let wash to dress up those tresses. “Pas­tel col­ors will show up dif­fer­ently on each hair color. The lighter the hair, the more the tone will pop,” says Clairol na­tional color direc­tor James Cor­bett. Brunettes will find sat­u­rated jewel tones to be bright enough to make their mark. On bleached or blonde strands, an allover rose gold is this sum­mer’s hottest hue. Demiper­ma­nent for­mu­las, like Aveda Hair Color Shine Ser­vice (from $25, at Aveda salons na­tion­wide) linger for up to 24 sham­poos—through the hon­ey­moon and be­yond—while Kristin Ess Rose Gold Tem­po­rary Tint ($12, kristi­ness hair.com) and Clairol Color Crave Hair Makeup ($11, clairol.com) wash out in one to three sham­poos. So you can wow ’em at your re­hearsal din­ner, then rev­ert to your nat­u­ral cast for the walk down the aisle.

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