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From dusty rose to pretty, pale pink to purple-like magentas, we have always been enchanted by pink shades. There’s no better color to use than a Pastel Pink Hair Dye. Follow our guide to get the best pastel pink hair.

Pastel pink covers a lot of different hair shades. Here at Dye My Hair, we have quite a collection of different shades for you to try. Here are some of our favorites:

  • Rose Pinks. Floral and feminine shades of pastel pink. Manic Panic’s Fleurs Du Mal is so feminine you are guaranteed to always look chic and put together.
  • Purple Pinks. Mixing purple and pink makes for a lovely magenta color. Add white and you get a very chic, dark pastel hair color dye. 
  • Salmon Pinks. If you are looking for a pink that brings out the warmer colors from the pastel shade why not try light salmon shades? 
  • Classic Pinks. For the best pastel pink hair dyes you can’t really go wrong with the classic baby pink. You can blend pastel shades with dark or fluorescent pink shades to give the color an extra pop.

Many celebrities have dyed their hair pink, from Nicki Minaj to Lady Gaga, but no one does pastel pink better than these 3 pop singers.

Not only does Christina Aguilera have a truly amazing set of vocals, but she has also had some very pretty soft pink hair colors. Her salmon pink dip dyes and light pink hair streaks can be easily replicated with hair chalks and paints from pastel pink hair dye brands. Manic Panic’s Pretty Flamingo shade is like a pastel version of Christina’s bold salmon pink dip dye – braid your hair once dyed to complete the look. You could even try La Riche Direction’s simple Pastel Pink shade for root to end streaks just like Christina had when she was a judge on The Voice.

P!nk has proved pastel hair color dye can be very rock n’ roll. When her short hairstyle isn’t its usual platinum blond, you can bet anything that its pastel pink instead. To get the same look you’ll definitely need to bleach your hair before applying the dye. Crazy Color’s Candy Floss Pink shade and Stargazer’s Baby Pink shade are the best pastel pink hair dye for achieving P!nk’s statement look. Finish your hair with retro pin curls or gelled spikes, depending on the length.

The “I Knew You Were Trouble” video marked the beginning of Taylor Swift’s move from country-style music to pure pop goodness. And of course, she did it in style. Taylor’s dip dye, pastel pink hair was both hipster and punk at the same time. Try Manic Panic’s Fuschia Shock or La Riche Directions Cerise Pink, for a purple-pink, dark, dusty and pastel-like dip dye. This is a great look for brunette’s who don’t want to bleach all their hair in one go.

Pastel Pink Hair Dye Brands

There’s no time to waste. Head straight to the shades below from each of these pastel pink hair dye brands to find great quality dye that’s the perfect color.

Cotton Candy Pink–This amplified color is a pastel verging on vibrant. If you want a light pink color that can still pack a punch, this is the pastel pink hair dye Manic Panic shade for you.

Fleurs du Mal – Translated into English this shade is called Flowers of Evil. If that won’t put a small smile on your face, the delicate pastel pink color certainly will. This is the lightest pastel pink shade from any brand.

Pretty Flamingo–Vibrant yet light, this almost fluorescent shade is just like the color of flamingos. It’s a very warm, pretty tone.

Candy Floss Pink – Sickly sweet and very girly. This is a classic pastel pink hair shade that’s not too light or too bright.

Marshmallow Pink – Very sweet with a slight hint of mauve, this shade is similar to Fleurs du Mal but a bit darker.

Rose Gold – A mellow pastel pink that’s like a mix of auburn and pink. This is a unique shade that’s almost metallic.

Peachy Coral – The warmest, most golden pink that Crazy Color has to offer. While this shade is both peach and coral, it’s still undeniably pink and feminine.

Pastel Pink – This is a warm, rich pastel pink color that’s like a faded version of their popular pink carnation shade. A great shade to start with if you’re a beginner at pastel pink hair dye temporary.

Cerise Pink– This purple-pink shade would look lovely as dark low-lights and streaks in a lighter purple-pink pastel dye.

Baby Pink - A glossy, pale pink shade that’s not quite as sweet as Crazy Color’s Candy Floss Pink. Baby pink is cute and fun.

Rose Pink – For something more mature, try Stargazer’s Rose Pink shade. What you’re left with is a beautiful pastel pink with a hint of rosy-red.

Pastel Hair Dye Application Method

Pastel pink hair dye, temporary or semi-permanent, needs to be applied with care and skill. Follow these 3 steps and you can’t go wrong.

  • Step 1: Prepare for the pastel hair dye. Use protein rich hair products, order all the mixing bowls, hair dye and accessories in advance, and don’t forget to do a test patch on your arm 48 hours beforehand.
  • Step 2: Apply the bleach. This is necessary even with blonde hair as soft pink hair color is often very easily tinted by underlying natural colors. Follow bleach packet instructions as every brand varies.
  • Step 3: Apply the hair dye. Follow the packet instructions and be careful how long you leave it on for. Use hair products designed for dyed hair to maintain the color for as long as possible.

Now you have all the information to use pastel Pink Hair Dye at home. Here at Dye My Hair, we believe you can achieve salon-worthy results at home by simply following the right instructions and picking from one of our quality hair dyes!