When I made for the first time pastel pink hair, I already had experience of colouring my hair – just not pink. I probably went through the whole natural colour spectrum from platinum blond, brown to black but also I tried combination colours from red roots, red underneath, peach roots, blue strikes etc. I was very experimenting getting all sort of looks! As you can see, I already tried many aspects and learn in the process of what works for me and what doesn’t. If you are going to dye your hair pastel pink for the first time, this may be tricky. I have widely experimented so I learned over the years that I best to work with cold colour tones. Despite the odd, and every hairdresser telling me my skin should be great with warm tones, I just don’t like it personally! I have gone through many hair dyes to find the one that is far from warm tones. (and it’s tricky as we all know that pastel pink comes from mixing red and white) and then depends on of the tone you want you ca add purple, yellow or blue. For example, just red hair, I looked ridiculous and it didn;t work with my skin tone so I know I need to go for pastel pink with more blue tones. So, that’s why is important that you experimented with hair colours so you can find the perfect shade!
|My hair with Loreal Ultra Brights shocking pink + home conditioner|
|Colour-Freedom Pink Piazz plus pasteliser|
Tips for getting your hair pastel pink &
even have a special pink shampoo and conditioner for a pink hair. £5 per bottle. I personally use my Redken series and love it!
|Crazy Colours Candy floss result rose gold pink|
|Loreal Professional Ultra brights pink/lilac shade|