Do you feel like a change and want to dye your hair pink? We'll tell you how to do it!
The trends for hairstyles could hardly be more diverse at the moment, but a favorite is clearly emerging - at least in the Cosmo editorial team: We are completely in love with pink hair! Sure, the trend hair color is not entirely new, but it can always be reinterpreted. Do you want to bring a little more color into your life and are you in the mood for a little change? Then it's high time you got your hair colored! Of course, pink is not always pink. So that you know which shade you can bet on, we have collected the three most important pink trends for you:
Normally you need very light or bleached hair for the hair color pink - with the color Dirty Rose, it is different. You need sections of hair that are just as light but not all over your head. That is why techniques such as balayage or ombré are wonderfully suitable for this.
Dusty Rose is a mixture of blonde and an intense, albeit delicate shade of pink. This variant is the adult counterpart to pastel.
Too old for pastel pink? Are you kidding me? Are you serious when you say that! The color is still one of the absolute trend favorites and can be colored individually, as it is perfect for playing with different tones. The only disadvantage: an extremely light blonde is a prerequisite for this.
As already mentioned, there is an essential requirement for pink hair: light blonde. Your hair is not light enough? Then you have to dye them or bleach them first.
Everything fits? Great, because that's half the battle and now it's time to get down to business. We recommend that you think about which product is right for you in advance and, if necessary, seek further advice from a professional. This could be your trusted hair salon or a hairdressing supply store. Two options that are especially good for home dyeing are as follows:
We recommend the best products below.
Tip: If you want to slowly approach the right color, you can mix your tint with a conditioner, for example. This makes the color less intense afterward.