14th Jun 2017
“Why don’t you rinse your blonde child’s hair in dead champagne to keep it’s gold, as they do in France?” is a very real quote from Diana Vreeland, the legendary editor of Harper’s Bazaar.?This is an aspirational level of glam, the most deliciously decadent selection of words no mere mortal could have come up with. We hope one day you reach Diana-Vreeland-urging-readers-to-wash-their-blonde-children-in-champagne-like-the-French, completely blind to reality level of luxuriousness, but for now, we have a more realistic solution for bougee hair – the beautiful trend that is pink champagne hair.
Bleach London hair stylist Sapphire Driver?is responsible for this prettiest of pink shades, and?told Allure that she used a toner from Wella Professionals to achieve the look. Like we always tell you, certain looks take time and money and the key to your perfect colour is to consult the experts, so don’t try this at home.
Once you’ve had an expert fix you with this to dye for look, maintain your lewk by investing in a toning shampoo and/or conditioner to keep your hair bright and fresh between salon visits. A?purple toner shampoo will keep warmth and yellow, brassy tones at bay – try?Touch Of Silver Twice A Week Brightening Shampoo, €3. Top tip: keep your pink champagne hair well-conditioned to reflect well and create a luminous shine.
Featured image: @elissawolfe
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