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Get Hot Hair this Winter
Winter 2006 is all about accenting your look with color says Kenny Yuen, Creative Director at Westbourne Grove's popular Gina Conway Aveda Lifestyle Salon.

Kenny Yuen said autumn brought a deepening of summer's vibrant hues and winter will usher in colors that are even deeper still.

"Blondes should add ribbons of medium to dark brown to update for the winter season while brunettes can enrich their color by adding pieces of deep mahogany or rich velvet browns."

"The key to winter hair is not to have too much contrast but enough to create drama," Kenny said.

Kenny also said hair styles are becoming more classic this winter so bobs and fringes (whether short or full) will be popular amongst fashion-led females.

"And you can put the straightening irons to the side as volume and curls are here to stay."

For the gents, Kenny recommends staying away from the classic short back and sides and opting for a longer, more groomed style.

"In my opinion, men should be growing their hair longer or opting for the other extreme and choosing a short, shaved style," Kenny said.

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