Millennial Pink Hair Is Still as Cool as Ever-Here's Proof

Millennial Pink Hair Is Still as Cool as Ever-Here's Proof

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Maybe it's the takeover of Millennial Pink on our social feeds that has us daydreaming of rosy tresses lately. With a whimsical yet bold type of look, it's no wonder we can't stop pinning every pastel-hued hairstyle we see on our beauty boards. You may think this color is too bold to try on yourself, but go ahead-take another look. If our favorite pins are any indication, this style is more versatile than you think.


When you think of pastel-pink hair, "minimalist" isn't exactly the first word that comes to mind. Somehow, Jessie Bush of We the People makes the trend look subtle, opting for a whisper of pink coloring with a soft pearlescent sheen. Bush says it "gradually fades over four weeks," so this is a color to consider only if you're willing to maintain regular upkeep.

For a more low-maintenance take on pastel-pink hair-or to ease your way into an allover dye job-try dip-dyeing instead. This is a great option for brunettes who are wary of lightening their hair enough to get the vibrant pastel to shine through. The gorgeous cotton-candy pink here looks so lush.

When it comes to light-pink hair, look no further than model Fernanda Ly as a source of inspiration. Ly has walked for Louis Vuitton, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, and more-all with pink hair in tow. The cut, along with the color, is what makes the look here. The blunt bangs and subtle layers create a sleek combination that balances out the whimsical color.

This otherworldly shade of pink is courtesy of colorist Neal Malek, who specializes in bright shades. This tone was accomplished by layering a pearly white dye with lavender, resulting in the light mauve seen here. Space buns only highlight the ethereal feel of this look.

It's official: Models love pastel-pink tresses. Irene Kim, known for experimenting with dozens of Technicolor hues, always seems to come back to her favorite shade of pink. Kim opts for a brighter iteration, weaving in hints of orange and yellow for a summery version of the color.

Like Kim, influencer and model NyanГ© Lebajoa is no stranger to bold locks, but pink is a permanent fixture in her repertoire. The casual, undone version of pink here is effortless: slightly grown out and piled high for enviable cool-girl style. The peachy-pink tone is subtle, feminine, and perfect for the season.

Mixing pastels into your look doesn't necessarily mean you'll have a head of shockingly pink hair. For a subtler version of the trend, try a mauve blonde. This take by Ramirez Tran Salon in Los Angeles is a metallic rose gold. If you're not ready to jump headfirst into pastels, this subdued take could be a way to experiment with the trend.

Looks like celebrities are taking part in the pastel pink trend, too.В And, we've rounded up a few of our favorite hair protecting products.

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