Pastel pink hair has been around for ages, but thanks to the likes of Kylie Jenner, Zayn Malik and Joe Jonas - the candy coloured dream seems to be having a second wave.
So, we thought we'd round up all the best products out there on the beauty shelves that make dying your hair pastel pink at home, an absolute doddle.
*NB: if you're wanting to go seriously icy pastel - you're gonna have to start off with blonde hair. Soz, it's just the way it works*
An oldie but a goodie
BLEACH London's Rosé Super Cool Colour £5.00
Alright so this is our go-to for pastel pink hair. You basically slather it on wet hair, leave it for 15 mins and rinse out with water. It does fade pretty quickly (between 2-10 washes in our experience) but at a fiver, it's so easy to keep your colour topped up.
For a subtle wash of pink
Try Lee Stafford's Bleach Blondes Kiss Of Colour Playful Pink Treatment, £5.99
Like BLEACH's Rosé, this is a semi-permanent colour that you apply to damp hair, leave for 10 mins and then rinse off. We found that this gave more of a subtle candyfloss pink shade. (Smells amazing too)
If you're after a more vibrant pink tone
Go for Pixie Lott's Paint in Sorbet, £5.99
Again, same rules apply - a wash in, wash out semi-permanent colour treatment. This one gives a vibrant ashy pink shade, but washes out into a creamy pastel hue.
For wash out colour on all hair types
Fudge Urban Hair Art Spray in Pink Ink (£5.99)
Okay so this is the brunettes answer to getting pastel hair. Fudge Urban's Hair Art sprays are basically a spray-on hair chalk, that washes straight out with shampoo. Warning: they don't feel particularly nice on your hair, but they show up on even the darkest of brunettes sooo, you win some you lose some.
Questions? We're over @sugarscape if you fancy a chat