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5 Fall Trends for Rich, Radiant Color

Elizabeth Jakaitis | August 28, 2015 | 10:48 AM
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Soft Red + Babylights

Babylights are tiny highlights that create subtle-looking dimension for a natural, sun-kissed effect. The Artistic Team suggests using babylights to break up an all-over color with natural reflection and youthful shine.

This Fall/Winter 2015 collection by the Ulta Beauty Artistic Team showcases a range of soft, natural hair and makeup looks.

 

The Ulta Beauty Artistic Team unveils Effortless Radiance, a collection inspired by trends seen at New York Fashion Week. The Artistic Team crafted a diverse spectrum of hair designs that feature blurred lines and transitional color matched with soft and moveable shapes. The makeup looks were created to showcase seasonal neutrals paired with pops of color on lips or cheeks complement the hair.

 

Hair: Ulta Beauty Artistic Team

Photography: Sasha Gulish

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