PINK is the new blonde.
Mixes + Tips:
First up is the classic baby pink mix: Arctic Mist and Virgin Pink. She's cute, she's custom and you can adjust her to accommodate several base levels. The best thing about this mix is that you can get a super light pink even if you aren't the lightest blonde. Always start with a base of Arctic Mist and add in a few drops of Virgin Pink: it's much easier to deepen a light mix than to lighten a dark one. This recipe is suggested for level 7 blonde or higher (for best results). As a general rule, the lighter your hair, the less Virgin Pink you'll need to add in to your mix.
Fresh raspberries anyone? Sterling's blue base and pastel hue act as a cool-toned diluter for the already sheer Electric Paradise. Both shades work best on platinum hair, so keep your starting hair level in mind when making this light berry shade! Always strand test to make sure your mix is right where you need it to be before applying all over!
Dusty Rose is anything but old school. Just a few drops of Ritual added into a base of Arctic Mist Diluter can get you the faintest, smokiest steel-pink. Be advised: she shows up best on platinum hair!
Come on Barbie, let's go party! A bit of our pink-based red (Wrath) added into Frosé makes the most vivid, hot pink we've seen! Can you believe?! We love a retro Gwen Stefani pink for festival season. Added bonus? Wrath helps pump up the pigment on Frosé which means its accessible to the less-than-platinum blonde babe out there.
And of course, if you have questions about a custom mix or any other AF shade, you can send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.