Blond is now out of fashion, every woman’s dream now is to have pink hair. Here are some tips and inspirations to easily wear the color that appeals to all ages.
From the Hollywood runways to social media, more and more women are choosing to have pink hair. What was once considered a color for teenagers or punk girls, is now worn with ease even by middle-aged women, perhaps after giving more volume and movement to the hair with a layered cut?
If you are planning to dye your hair this particular pastel color, here are some tips and inspirations on how to wear it and which shade to choose for your skin type.
Before choosing to color your hair pink it is first of all important to know that the final result depends on the starting color.
If your hair is blonde – natural or dyed – the color will be applied directly to the hair, without special preparatory treatments. On the other hand, those who have dark hair and want to get a pastel pink hair color must necessarily contact a good hairdresser who will have to bleach and lighten them by many tones and then apply the dye.
In any case, the advice is always to always turn to qualified professionals, because they are very delicate processes, which risk attacking the hair in an irreversible way.
To get pastel pink hair it is necessary that the hair is healthy from root to tip, otherwise, the final effect will be disastrous. Therefore, if your hair is not particularly in shape, it is better to first proceed with a strengthening and anti-hair loss treatment.
Pink hair dye: who does it look good for?
Even though it’s one of the trendiest colors, pink hair doesn’t look good on everyone. To find out if you are suitable for dyeing your hair in this color, you can give it a try and make a temporary pink color, which will go away after a few washes.
Pastel pink, dusty pink, or light pink hair? Even the choice of nuances is not easy and depends a lot on the skin tone. People with skin with a warm undertone should move towards a golden pink tending to orange, while those with a colder complexion can opt for a color tending to fuchsia or lilac.
Although especially in show business, many people with dark skin have experimented with pastel pink hair, this is a color that is more suited to fair skin.
Younger girls or more unconventional women can also choose to combine two or more colors and get hair with many shades of pink. Those who, on the other hand, do not feel like daring such a strong chance of look, can choose to color only a few strands or dye the tips pink.
The shape of the face and the haircut can also influence the choice of color tone: very light pink looks good on all lengths, while slightly stronger colors look good especially on short or medium length hair.
The prerogative of these special colors is that they are temporary: unless you choose a permanent color, within a few weeks, the color will tend to go away. How to keep the color alive and bright as much as possible?
Useful tips for maintaining any colored hair are valid:
Few washes – at most two per week – and with lukewarm water.
Once a month, do a treatment that keeps the hair soft, shiny, and well hydrated. L ‘ oxygen therapy, for example, may be the ideal solution to have thick hair and healthy, although colored.