Depending on what your OG hair colour is like, it’s not as complicated as it looks to achieve the trendy hue. ‘Unless your hair is naturally blonde (very pale yellow) you will need to pre-lighten your hair first,’ explains Shannon Gallacher, Senior Colourist at Nicola Clarke at John Frieda Salons. ‘Either by doing a solid bleach, highlights or balayage. Once the hair is light enough it will be toned with a rose gold toner.’
The best part? If you’re not feeling it, it’s not as much of a commitment as other colours out there. ‘I think rose gold is a pretty safe colour to experiment with as it suits almost every skin tone making it a very popular look. Due to the colour being very temporary it’s safe to try without the commitment but also easy to top up if wanted’, says Gallacher.
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