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This Trending Hair Color Technique Can Make Your Face Look Thinner

Since it seems like the ongoing contouring craze has reached its peak, hair colorists are finding ways to incorporate the makeup technique using strategic color placement. While balayage is one solution, a recent trend referred to as eclipting is proving to be the next big thing. Aveda's global artistic director for hair color, Ian Michael Black, coined the face-flattering technique.
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