The Best Products For Dyeing Your Hair Pink Like Zayn Malik And Kylie Jenner
While Kylie went (briefly) all in with a candyfloss coloured wig, Zayn's gone for a slightly more subtle take on the look, dyeing the tips of his usually dark locks a punchy shade of hot pink.
But this isn't just one for the celebs and if you fancy trying out the pink look, there's a few beauty products around to help you out.
This isn't one that's just for the blondies either and no matter whether you're dark or light haired, or want something that'll last for days or something that'll wash out at the end of the weekend, there's a product out there for you.
Up for it? Check out our fave beauty bargains for getting the look below.
Best for an intense pinkIf you want a slightly more intense hit of colour that isn't going to fade as soon as you take a shower, Schwarzkopf Live XXL Ultra Brights in Shocking Pink is about to become your new BFF.
It's seriously easy to apply, won't take too long to develop and will work to a certain extent on hair that hasn't be pre-lightened. Do bear in mind that if you have dark brunette or black hair, it won't give you a hot pink finish but more of a pinkish tinge you can see best under the light.
Best for multi-tonal colourAnyone who has been on Instagram will know that the gals of BLEACH are the undisputed queens of rainbow hair. Their at home range of Super Cool colours are easy peasy to apply and last between 2 and 10 washes.
Their Rose is a great pink if you just want a single wash of colour, but we also love this kit that comes with mini bottles of Rose, Awkward Peach and Violet Skies, as used altogether, you'll end up with an amazing pink toned rainbow in your mane.
Best for a pastel shadeIf you've got ice white hair and want that seriously subtle unicorn shade of pink, the Feria Pastels by L'Oreal Paris are the way to go.
They last 3-5 washes and work best on very light hair, but look great and the formula itself is very kind on the hair and won't leave you with that scratchy, dry effect of many dyes out there.
Best for use on dark hairBeing brunette or black haired makes it way harder to experiment with colour and if you aren't up for dip dyeing or a bit of balayage to create a lighter base on which to play around, you can still experiment with colour.
Again, BLEACH are here for you and while their hair crayons won't last longer than one wash, they are a great way to create punchy streaks of colour. Even better, at about £4.00 a go, you can stock up on a few colours and layer them up for a more multi-tonal finish.
Let us know your fave products for DIY rainbow hair with a tweet to @MTVStyleIntl already.
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