The Pastel Hair Color Trend Taking Over Hollywood

From baby pink to bubblegum, pink hair is everywhere right now.

The Pastel Hair Color Trend Taking Over Hollywood

By Rachel Lubitz, Refinery29

From Barbie dolls to baby showers to modern-day millennials to Janelle Monáe videos, the color pink has long had a fan base that's diverse and ever-changing. Right now Hollywood is showing the color some love with stars like Julia Roberts, Kylie Jenner, Amber Rose, Behati Prinsloo, and Halsey all dyeing their hair shades like baby, flamingo, and even neon Post-it pink.

Even supermodel Behati Prinsloo, who's never been known to experiment with hair dye in the past, couldn't resist pink as we head into spring. Debuting bright fuchsia ends on Instagram, Prinsloo captioned the pic, "The '90s called...," and fittingly posed in a dark flannel and Dr. Martens.

Celebrities are refusing to leave the pink hair trend in 2018. Since getting married to Justin Bieber this past fall, Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin) completely changed her look, first chopping her hair into an even shorter bob and now dyeing her signature blonde hair a romantic rosy hue.

Following in the footsteps of her sister Kylie Jenner, Khloeé Kardashian recently added light pink highlights throughout her newly platinum locks, courtesy of hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons. As is the Kardashian way, she debuted the new hue on Instagram with an cryptic caption: "You’ll never get the same moment twice. Appreciate this moment."

For the holidays, celebrity hairstylist Justine Marjan dyed Ashley Tisdale's blonde bob an enviable shade of deep, cotton-candy pink. This isn't the first time Tisdale's gone pink either — she rocked subtle, rose-colored highlights back in 2016, too.

Finally free from her role on Game of Thrones, Maisie Williams debuted new bubblegum pink hair on her Instagram Stories while sending a message to her fans in Brazil. Since GoT wrapped, a number of Williams' co-stars have also had hair transformations, including Emilia Clarke, who got a pixie cut, and Kit Harington, who cut his long Jon Snow locks.

Julia Roberts' subtle pink highlights were a happy accident. As she revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the new color was a result of dressing up as a flamingo for Halloween, so we take it this isn't a permanent look.

For a mysterious project, actress Suki Waterhouse posted a picture of herself on Instagram with a whole new look: bright pink highlights. According to Pallett, he achieved the look with just one can of $10 Schwarzkopf Live Color spray in Candy Pink.

"I went over each section several times to build up the color," Pallett tells Refinery29. "When you do this, the hair becomes wet, so wait for it to dry, brush the hair, and then reapply. This gives you different shades and tones, so some bits are slightly darker while others are slightly lighter." The dye itself completely rinsed out in just one wash, which is a shame because this color rules.

Since her latest role has her wearing a wig almost 24/7, actress Kiersey Clemons decided now was the time to experiment with her color, dyeing her tips a glorious neon pink for a hidden bit of self-expression.

Chewing Gum actress and writer Michaela Coel dyed her closely shaved head a light baby pink last April.

Similar to Suki, Kylie Jenner also got her pink hair on the cheap. Hairstylist Chris Appleton mixed two different shades of pink Lime Crime Unicorn Hair Tint — Kawaii and Bunny, both $16 — to get just the right frosted pink shade.

"It was a collaboration," Appleton told Refinery29. "We were speaking about different colors and decided to go with a frosted pink, with more of a candy tint to it. The great thing about going blonde is that you can easily add a sparkle of color to change it up. I love this shade of pink we did because it’s warm on the skin, but more importantly, this shade is super frosted, soft and versatile."

Less bubblegum and more rose pink, Halsey dyed her buzzed hair this lovely deep pink shade, and then proceeded to wear outfits that matched the color exactly for the next few months.
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Women's Magazine: The Pastel Hair Color Trend Taking Over Hollywood
The Pastel Hair Color Trend Taking Over Hollywood
From baby pink to bubblegum, pink hair is everywhere right now.
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