NOTE: This article was posted last December 5, 2013 but due to the popularity of rose gold hair color (at least based on my Google Analytics), I’m re-posting it again with updated links where you could purchase the products.
Gone are the days of bleaching and dyeing your hair a solid state of pink -I loved it, rocked it, but it’s time to move on- now, it’s all about the tint. Sienna Miller showed up to the 2013 British Fashion Awards with a new statement piece: her rose gold hair color. Reminiscent of “the fade” (i.e., your hair used to be brighter and bolder but you just couldn’t stay out of the ocean or swimming pool that kept clean with a lot of chlorine), but more intentional-looking, the Brit’s new look. (Not surprise the trend stated it Europe again). It was painted by Bleach London’s Alex Brownsell, who’s calling it “#pastelpeach” (New HashTag alert!!).
It was such an unexpected, awesome shade of warm pinkish-bronze so how to get it?
I suggest do mix Manic Panic Pink and a few drops of Manic Panic Pillar Box Red (or something similar like peach or orange) dyes with Manic Panic Pastel Mixer ($10) to achieve the warm pastel pinkish-bronze color. And if you are not a blonde like me, unfortunately the color will not work on dark hair color so you must first bleach your hair Debbie Harry Blonde, don’t know her? Oh well… Lady Gaga Platinum Blonde, get it now? For that I suggest bleach your hair first with Manic Panic Amplified FlashLightning Hair Bleach Kit ($11).
Bleaching and coloring your hair involves a lot chemicals and it will surely dry your hair or worst damage it so after you dyed your hair make sure to have some deep conditioning to make your hair look shiny and healthy. I recommend Davines Natural Tech Nourishing Vegetarian Miracle Conditioner ($30) because it’s not just a conditioner, it’s also vegan so less chemical in it which is much better for a bleached and dyed hair.
Would you rock a rose gold hair color?
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