5 Gorgeous Ways To Wear Pink Hair Right Now


Maybe you’re actively searching out a new hair color or perhaps you’re simply weighing up your options for something fresh come spring. Either way, we’re pretty sure you’re about to fall totally in love with these stunning pink hair colors! With every shade of pink imaginable, we’ll show you just how beautiful and ver-satile this romantic color can be. Will you choose a daringly vibrant hue or opt for a subtler pastel tone? Scroll on and discover your perfect match…

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Who Suits Pink Hair?

As with all hair colors, there’s absolutely no rule or restriction on who can or can’t rock the pink hair trend. It’s all about finding the right shade for you, your sense of style and your skin tone. If you’re unsure of the shade that will suit you best, book an appointment with our highly trained colorists here at the Anushka Spa & Salon, Downtown West Palm Beach for a thorough consultation before deciding!

As a general rule of thumb, those with lighter hair and fair skin will usually suit either a soft pink shade, which gives your natural color with just a hint of pink, or, a crisp and vibrant pink color to keep your look fresh and bright!

If you have dark skin, we suggest going all out! Opt for those daring bright pink shades of fuchsia, cerise, and magenta to give your new hair a truly unique and playful vibe!

For those with dark hair or olive skin, you really have a huge range of colors at your disposal! Go for any shade you like from rose gold to bubble gum and know you’ll look incredible.

These suggestions are, of course, just a guideline. Never be put off from a color you have your heart set on or from rocking that fierce new pink hair in the shade you love!


Pink Hair Colors Trending Right Now

There are so many gorgeous pink hair colors out there, you may find it overwhelming when the time comes to choose yours. So, to make your decision just a little easier, we’ve compiled a short list with some of our absolute favorite shades for 2020 to offer up some serious pink-spiration!

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Pastel Pink

Whether you’ve previously had pastel hair or deciding to go pink is your first experience with it, we promise, you’re going to love it! Now, pastel pink is a popular pastel shade, of course, but there are so many different and beautiful variations, you can still afford to be picky with your choice and find the exact right shade to suit you and your skin tone.

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Dusty & Muted Pink

We have to be honest, we’re kind of obsessed with dusty and muted pink hair! Thanks to its dusky hue and shadowy undertones, this shade of pink not only looks beautiful and natural but its also perfect in any season!

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Peachy Pink & Rose Gold

Peachy pink or rose gold hair may not be the shades you’ve considered previously, but, let us talk you through why they should quickly move to the top of your color list! In terms of peachy pink, this is perfect for those wanting to try something in the spectrum of pink without a sugary pink finish. It’s almost closer to a light tone of coral but with pink hints! Rose gold, on the other hand, is a much deeper, richer shade. It’s created with a luxurious blend of red, copper, and blond to create the perfect marriage of sumptuous, coppery rose tones.

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Pink Hair With a Shadow Root

As hair trends go, shadow root hair is one of the most popular we’ve seen so far in 2020. It’s likely you spotted a fair few celebs and influencers rocking this look towards the end of last year but now it’s really coming into its own! We can’t think of a cooler or more contemporary way to embrace this look than with a gorgeous shade of pink. The other beauty of this look is you can determine whether you’d prefer pink roots and with a natural-looking color below, or darker roots which lead into your chosen shade of pink!


Vibrant Pink

When you’re feeling particularly daring and want to fully embrace a dynamic and energetic shade of pink, opt for a wild shade of magenta, cerise or fuchsia! All eyes will undoubtedly be on you plus any new hair-style you try will take on a new and exciting aesthetic!

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How To Take Care Of Your New Pink Hair

Taking care of a new hair color is much easier when you plan ahead! With that in mind, here are a few of our top tips to ensure your pink tresses remain pink as long as possible and stay in beautiful condition.

Avoid Daily Shampooing

It’s no secret that the more you wash your hair, the more, unfortunately, the color will fade. We will always recommend avoiding daily washing where possible as this allows your hair to produce those natural oils which keep it nourished and avoid drying it out. This is especially important with dyed hair, and even more so if it’s been bleached first to achieve your dream pink shade! We recommend the L’Oreal Paris Elvive Color Vibrancy Protecting Shampoo and Conditioner to keep your color as vibrant and conditioned as possible. You may also want to try their Everpure Cleansing Balm which cleans, conditions, detangles, treats, softens and adds amazing shine!


Rinse With Luke Warm/Cold Water

Try to avoid using very hot water to wash and rinse your locks where possible. This will only speed up color loss! Instead, consider lowering the temperature a little to a lukewarm setting. This will still be comfortable for you but will reduce the speed at which your color fades.

Protect It From The Sun

The sun is rarely a plus for our strands as it can dry them out and eventually cause breakage. In addition, sunlight can bleach our hair and cause our glorious new color to fade much quicker. Protect your locks with a hat where possible and keep those pink locks perfectly intact. On the days where your hair does soak up a few too many rays, treat yourself to the Reflection Masque Chromatique Hair Mask by Kerastase.
This will protect your hair from further damage, nourish every strand and prolong the vibrancy of your pretty pink locks!


Thinking pink? Why not book an appointment with us here at our beautiful spa & salon in West Palm Beach South Florida! We’re just a short walk from bustling Clematis Street or a quick drive from Antique row, The Norton Museum of Art, and Palm Beach Outlets!