Pink hair isn’t anything new, but I’ve been admiring model Charlotte Free’s soft pastel pink hair as of late and since the first time I saw it last December. The soft pastel trend keeps on going and hints to me of spring and summer. A perfect color for the season upon us, and not too hard to obtain yourself. The ladies from The Beauty Department also offer up some how-to’s on getting that pepto hue, from chalking to color conditioner, a full head or just dip-dyed, see below for more pinks and links!
Lightly Dipped DIY 1 of 8A dip-dyed pony (using Special FX color in Atomic Pink) from the ladies at The Beauty Department. Photo by Kristin Ess + Lauren Conrad.
Get the how-to at thebeautydepartment.com
Inspiration : A Subtle Hue 2 of 8The mix of blonde and pink with a few black roots makes for a perfect beachy combination.
Charlotte Free, Elle France, March/12.
Color Conditioner 3 of 8A temporary color using Davines Alchemic "Red". Photo by Kristin Ess.
Get the how-to from thebeautydepartment.com.
Chalking 4 of 8
The Perfect Hue 5 of 8Not to bright, not too light. Charlotte Free for Prada. Photo Cedric Buchet.
Alchemic Conditioner 6 of 8A conditioning cream that will make blonde hair pink. Red for Red.
Sennelier Soft Pastels 7 of 8Pick up some soft art pastels to chalk hair.
Available at dickblick.com.
Hair Color 8 of 8Special Effects SFX Hair Color Hair Dye in Atomic Pink.
Available from amazon.com.
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