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Jessica Alba Chooses Head Turning Ombré Style For Fall

October 3, 2013
From nails to clothing, there is a fashion fondness with ombré taking place. On the nail scene the gradually lightening hue trend is a major hit everywhere. But, the love affair for the look has also translated to the hairstyles of many celeb starlets, with Jessica Alba being the latest one spotted in the trend who debuted the look at the Givenchy show in Paris this week.
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There are plenty of times when we spot a hair look that we love and immediately feel inspired to try the look. For those with such beauty impulses, L’Oreal Paris has created Féria Wild Ombré ($12.99).  The Lightening Technology in the hair dye formula was created to condition and help protect hair as it lightens – it is even suited for natural or color-treated hair. The system contains a Lightening Powder, a Lightening Crème and a Crème Developer to provide an enhanced lightening experience for the perfect Ombré look.
Wondering how to avoid going lighter than you intended?  Well, the customization ombré effect allows users to control where and to what degree they want to lighten their hair…the result is a variety of ombré looks ranging from subtle to daring.
The Patented Expert Ombré Brush precisely targets hair’s lengths and ends making it as easy as brushing your hair to apply the color. Best of all, results can be achieved in just 25 – 45 minutes depending upon preferred intensity. The lightening system based formulation can be used on all hair colors and all hair types L’Oréal Paris Féria Wild Ombré Shades:
 06O FOR MEDIUM TO DARK BROWN HAIR
 07O FOR DARK BLONDE TO LIGHT BROWN HAIR
 08O FOR LIGHT TO MEDIUM BLONDE HAIR
L'Oreal Paris Feria Wild Ombre in O80 For Light to Medium Blonde Hair
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