“Ask for very subtle, sun-kissed highlights that make it look like you just got back from an amazing hot weather vacation,” Ramirez says. “This is something that I receive requests from all over the country, so it isn’t specific to any particular region, either.” We like the face-framing highlights that break up Alba’s subtler version of ombré. (READ MORE VIA BYRDIE)

Here’s the key to mastering vacation hair: there should be a slow gradiation of the hair color as it goes lighter towards the ends and it should look totally natural, Ramirez says. “You want to stay away from drastic color changes, like in ombré,” he explains. “That look is completely out!” (READ MORE VIA BYRDIE)

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