12 Chic Ways to Wear Pink Hair

Welcome the love month with a flirty pink hair shade. Here are a couple of ideas you’re sure to fall in love with.

Pink hair is a fun and flirty look. If you want to be adventurous with your hair, give pink a try. This hair color is not just for artists, performers, and cosplayers. In fact, pink is a wearable hair color that gives your look tons of personality. You can go for cute and playful or hip and edgy.

We’ve rounded up different pink shades below so you can check out various options. Take a look and pick which one is right for you!

1. Champagne Pink

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Champagne pink hair looks fresh and edgy. Credit: Shutterstock

Think of it as the grown-up, sophisticated version of pastel pink hair. It’s the perfect shade of pink if you want to try a bright hair color without going too crazy.

Editor’s tip: A light hair color like this would require you to bleach your hair, and bleaching is famous for damaging your hair in so many ways. Should you actually end up going for this look, restore your hair’s health by using Dove Intense Repair 1 Minute Serum Conditioner. It has powerful serum capsules that go deep within your hair to repair it from the inside. It repairs damage and gives you more resilient hair in the long run. 

2. Rose Gold

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Want a trendy look? Try rose gold hair color. Credit: indigitalimages.com

Here’s another sophisticated shade that steals the show without being too out there. Remember when our social media feeds were flooded by images of rose gold hair? Women were obsessed with this pink hair color and we were never really surprised. It’s just gorgeous! Now, is it possible for brunettes like us to get this shade! Of course!

3. Fuchsia

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Fuchsia is a grownup pink hair shade, so feel free to try it. Credit: Shutterstock

It’s a bit darker and bolder than champagne or rose gold,  but if you’re brave enough for quite an intense makeover, fuchsia pink hair is a stunning choice. One way to take this shade to the next level is by wearing it ombre style—darker at the top and going brighter at the ends.

Editor’s tip: Switch to Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner to keep your hair color vibrant. Its sulfate-free formulation also helps avoid dryness and dullness.

4. Pink Rainbow

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Pink dip dye hair. Credit: indigitalimages.com

Do you know the rainbow trend? Take it closer to the pink end of the color spectrum and this is what you’ll get. It’s super trendy and fun and playful, and definitely makes a fashion statement that’s hard to miss!

5. Blunt Pink Lob

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Let your pink hair shine by pairing it with a simple haircut. Credit: Shutterstock

You don’t always have to go crazy with your haircut to complement pink hair. You can go for a simple, one-length lob, and let your hair color take the spotlight. It makes for a fun but wearable look.

6. Pink Pixie Cut With Deep Side Part

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By keeping the inner sections of your hair dark, you can offset the sweetness of your pink hair. Credit: Shutterstock

This haircut allows you to play up your hair’s volume and keep your naturally dark hair color in the inner sections of your hair. The result is an edgy look that can be an option if you want to veer away from the sweet and the flirty.

7. Long Pink Hair With Bangs

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Express your creativity with long pink hair with bangs. Credit: Shutterstock

Channel a hip, anime look by getting bright pink hair with fringe. Fringe can help give balance to your face if you have a long face shape. You can go for side bangs if you want something that’s easier to maintain or full, blunt bangs for a fierce look.

8. Pink Ombre Waves

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Pink ombre hair looks playful and magical. Try it! Credit: Shutterstock

Cop a feminine look by leaving your long hair down and jazzing it up with pink ombre coloring technique. If you don’t want a super dramatic look, you can start with a medium shade of pink at your roots, then go light as you approach the tips. Add waves for that magical, mermaid-like look.

9. Pink Hair With Hat

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Complement your pastel pink hair with a dark green hat. Credit: Shutterstock

Just because you already have an eye-catching hair color doesn’t mean you cannot accessorize. You can complement your hair with a stylish hat. It can even help disguise a bad hair day. If you have pastel pink hair, wear a dark-colored hat (and vice versa) for a chic contrast.

10. Dusty Pink

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Want a shade of pink that works on any skin tone? This is it! Credit: Shutterstock

It’s not as loud as fuchsia but it’s not as sweet and light as pastel shades. Dusty pink looks a bit more grownup, so you can go for this color if you don’t want to look too juvenile. Make it edgy by sporting a textured or messy hairstyle.

11. Pink Hair With Dark Roots

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Keep your dark roots as they are for a low-maintenance look. Credit: Shutterstock

You can deliberately avoid coloring your roots by going for dip-dyed hair or shadow roots. This way, you don’t need to book salon appointments often for touchups.

12. Bubblegum Pink Hair

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Sweet and pretty, bubblegum pink hair color adds a playful twist to your look. Credit: Shutterstock

Look perky with this light shade of pink. It works great on fair skin and cool skin tones. If you have naturally dark hair, it may take a few rounds of bleaching before your hair can get this color. And we all know how bleaching damages your hair, so make sure your strands are not damaged to begin with before you book your salon appointment.

The expression “pretty in pink” has taken on a new meaning with these gorgeous pink hair shades. Which one do you like best? Get it now and take a hair selfie so your friends can see your hair transformation!

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