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Deal Diva: Showing your fall colors

Stylists give suggestions for top fall looks. (Source: WMBF News) Stylists give suggestions for top fall looks. (Source: WMBF News)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - For fall 2016, stylists at a Myrtle Beach salon say it is all about making a bold statement this season.

Stylists at Dunes Hair Design share the latest trends for hair and makeup as the season changes. 

Rhysa Anderson said rich colors like deep violet shades, reds and copper tones, along with loose, textured curls, will be the trend this fall. 

"It's really low maintenance for her," Anderson said as she styled her model for the day. "It's going to grow out really pretty. It's something that she shouldn't have to keep up too much."  

Anderson added that with the perfect color, add a little French braid or fun top knot updo to give individual looks a little pop.

When it comes to makeup, the bold lips and neutral eyes is the look to achieve. Bre Peart, makeup artist and stylist at Dunes Hair Design, said individuals can achieve a high-end look without spending the money. 

"ULTA and NYX is a pretty inexpensive brand," Peart said. "It's very comparable to MAC and other high-end lines."

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