11 Pastel Hair Colors That Perfectly Ring in Spring 2018
Thinking about making a change to your look this season? Warmer weather is on the way and it’s time to consider light, airy, and Easter-ready pastel hair. If you thought dusty hues like lilac, peach, and baby pink are so last year, look no further than the slew of A-list celebs like Kim Kardashian and Constance Wu for a little inspiration. Scroll down for our favorite pastel hair shades for spring 2018.
1. Lavender-Blue: Instead of blending in with a safer color, go all out with this dusty lavender-blue tone. Add in some choppy bangs and a bob, and you’re ready to get all the likes.
2. Rose Gold: A twist on typical pink or dirty blonde, this rosy variation looks amazing with any and every skin tone.
3. Coral: Meet the modern version of mermaid-approved hair! Keep your hue warm and welcoming with slightly orange undertones.
4. Icy Blonde: Is it just us, or did you and everyone you know want gray hair in 2017? This year we’re switching it up a bit with a look that reads more ice than ash.
5. Light Teal: Start with a stark white hue then work your way up to this dusty teal shade that shows the softer side of spring hair.
6. Pink Fade: Calling all Kim K. fans: This is the look of the moment. Bring shades of strawberry to treated hair for an edgier take on the trend.
7. Pure Purple: Not all purples are created equally, and there’s no better proof than this beauty’s hair color. Made by mixing together silver tones with a shade of purple, this icy violet is incredibly unique.
8. Unicorn Hair: Get jaw-dropping pastel locks blended together featuring all of your favorite colors. Leaving an overall muted tone throughout makes this look ultra wearable.
9. Teal Tips: Brighten up darker strands with colorful accents that offer a more vibrant upgrade to last year’s ombre styles.
10. Millennial Pink: This shade of pink is clearly having a moment, but true commitment to the trend only comes when you rock it on your tresses.
11. Fuchsia: Can’t decide between pink and purple? Choose something in the middle. This fuchsia tone starts off bright and fades to an even more beautiful pastel tone.
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