6 Ways to Try Pink Hair This Spring

Fernanda Ly for Louis Vuitton Fall 2017.
Make it your own.

Pink hair, don’t care! This upcoming spring, it might be harder to resist the impulse to dye your hair a new shade. The new trend beloved by our Instagram feed right now is equal parts contemporary and a throwback to a 90s Kate Moss shot by Juergen Teller - it's the perfect rosy hue, and we are not upset about it. Contrary to popular belief, there are several ways to go about trying out pink hair that suit many a hair type ands style. Here are 6 different ways to try pink hair for spring!


Main Image c/o Louis Vuitton Fall 2017

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Christine Bradshaw is our Junior Beauty Editor and the smart, witty elbow grease behind a lot of our photoshoots, topic ideas, and Snapchat stories.  Her social media handle is @c_braaadshaw.

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