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Pink hair: Instagram filters or reality?

A color-trend to try, through Instagram stories or at the hairdresser

Pink hair: Instagram filters or reality? A color-trend to try, through Instagram stories or at the hairdresser

Lala Satalin Deviluke, Momo, Shirahoshi, Chibiusa, Miyuki Takara. They are just some of the protagonists of the cartoons that made us fall in love with their pink hair. It is no coincidence, in fact, that this pastel shade, obtained by mixing white and red, was chosen as the color that became symbol of the importance of prevention.

Pink October is in fact the month of the year to encourage women, even the younger, to examine health and pay attention to the issue of prevention. Pink power means taking care of yourself, loving yourself. A revival of one's intimacy through a reminder color, which is the one that best matches the concept of femininity and positivity.

Not only during Pink October, but throughout 2020, pink has also been the center of attention of Instagram filter creators. In the last period, in fact, there are many filters to try out a selfie - more or less real - with pink hair. And an excellent "excuse" to understand if the color of marshmallows actually fits with our style. Pink is undoubtedly the new blonde.

For the ones with light hair it is easier to experiment with pink shades thanks to temporary hair masks: the effect fades after just a few washes. For brunettes, on the other hand, the situation becomes more complex: to get pink hair, the base needs to be very light, almost white (bleached). So, if you decide, it is better to go to professional hair salons and start by bleaching some locks on the tips or in the inner part of the hair. The inspiration comes from the celeb who dyed their hair with pink (or just wore wigs) and posted their intergalactic hair on Instagram. From rap/pop stars Cardi B and Dua Lipa, to the always unpredictable looks by Kylie Jenner and Kim K...  Pink hair, don't care!