It's no secret that Perrie Edwards is a little bit obsessed with pastel pink hair, and if you fancy trying out the trend for yourself? We're way ahead of you, testing out three different hues so you don't have to.
So as well as rocking the pink look way back when in her X Factor days, Pezzlar has brought it back in 2016 with a more pastel vibe, sharing her new barnet on Instagram in a series of pictures with shed loads of pink emojis.
Fancy doing it yourself? Same babes, which is why we tried it out and reviewed exactly what we thought:
- Dusty tried Fudge Urban's Festival Pink Hair Chalk, £5.99
"These hair chalks are great for an instant colour update that wash out after one wash. It was really easy to apply - although it was a bit messy. You basically smash it up a bit and literally rub it onto your hair. I just did the tips of my hair and the colour was really bright and pigmented. To seal in the colour, I sprayed my hair with hairspray and was good to go.
"The only downside with these kinds of chalks is that my hair felt like straw when the colour was on. It was really, really dry and after a few hours I just wanted my soft hair back. I'd say these are great for a one-nighter - but not so good if you're looking for a longer lasting, or everyday kinda look."
- Chloe tried BLEACH London's Super Cool Colour in Rosé, £5
"I'm obsessed with this stuff. It's SO easy to use and smells incredible. I applied about half a tub on my damp hair, and left it for twenty minutes. After washing it out my hair was super candy-floss pink, soft and smelt DEEELISH.
"To keep the colour topped up I used BLEACH's Rose shampoo and conditioner - otherwise I found after 2 or 3 washes, the pink had totally faded. But using these two in conjunction kept the colour looking fresh for a good 3 weeks."
- Chloe then tried out using ONLY the BLEACH shampoo and conditioner in Rosé
"For a much more subtle pink wash, I didn't do anything different to my hair - I just used BLEACH's shampoo and conditioner. This gave my hair an all over, warmer hue - without being in your face pink."
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