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How to Get an Easter Egg-Inspired Hair Color

Hair Color Trends

How to Get an Easter Egg-Inspired Hair Color How to Get an Easter Egg-Inspired Hair Color How to Get an Easter Egg-Inspired Hair Color

Easter has come to be known for an abundance of pretty pastels and baskets overflowing with miniature chocolate eggs and sugar-coated marshmallows, among a slew of other sweet treats. But what if you don’t have a sweet tooth? If you’re an avid beauty lover like us, perhaps you’d be interested in letting your locks get in on the oh-so-sweet pastel action. Alas, we have Easter egg-inspired hair color ideas. Yep, these hair colors are really a thing! Instead of making you go on a hunt in your Sunday’s best, below we share everything you need to know about the latest hair color trend in plain view, along with tips for styling your hair and doing your makeup when you’re sporting an Easter egg-inspired hair color. Let’s get right to it! Here’s your guide to Easter egg-inspired hair. 

How to Get an Easter Egg-Inspired Hair Color

Love the idea of matching your Sunday’s best with a not-so-natural-looking Easter egg-inspired hair color? We like the way you think. Much like the rainbow hair color trend, when it comes to creating an Easter egg-inspired hair, there are so many hair color ideas to consider. To help you narrow it down, below you’ll find a handful of our favorite pastel hues perfect for your pretty new beauty look—and you can take any and all of them for a test drive this spring. Get an Easter egg-inspired hair color temporarily with our one-day color sprays. Use the L’Oréal Paris Colorista 1-Day Sprays in a variety of shades, such as Pastel Blue, Pastel Lavender, Pastel Mint, and Pastel Pink. Lay a towel over your shoulders to protect your clothes, then spray the colors on wherever you’d like—it’s up to you! You can go for a single shade or mix and match. Once Easter is over, all you have to do is shampoo your hair and you’re ready to try another shade.

How to Style Easter Egg-Inspired Hair

To style an Easter egg-inspired hair color, spritz some of the L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle AIR DRY IT Wave Swept Spray onto damp hair, then let your hair air dry, scrunching it to help create beachy waves. For added texture, braid your hair after spraying, then undo the braid once your hair has dried. Create multiple braids for tighter waves or a single braid for looser waves.

Looking for something a little more styled? Before picking up a heat tool (like a flat iron, curling wand, or blow-dryer), start by spritzing your strands with a heat protectant, like the L’Oréal Paris SLEEK IT Iron Straight Heatspray. From there, you have endless options on how to create a truly eye-catching mane, whether you blow-dry your hair smooth and sleek or curl it for a voluminous look. Want to show off your pretty pastel hair color with a braid? Check out our article, 5 Super-Stylish Braided Hairstyles for Spring. Looking for smooth, effortless waves? Consider reading our article, How to Curl Your Hair with a Flat Iron. Whichever style you choose, trust us, you’re sure to look like a standout hair star on Easter Sunday.

How to Pair Makeup with Your Easter Egg-Inspired Hair Color

Here’s the thing—when you dress your tresses to the nine with pretty pastels, the last thing you want to do is overwhelm your full look by slathering on too much face makeup, eye makeup, and lip color. So, keep it simple with a tinted highlighter lotion, like the L’Oréal Paris True Match™ Lumi Glotion Natural Glow Enhancer, a swipe of mascara, like the L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Lash Paradise Mascara, and a hint of color on your lips, like the L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Shine Lipstick. By keeping your makeup super-simple, this will help balance your natural-meets-unnatural look for an end result that’s anything but overdone. Happy Easter!

For more spring beauty ideas, head on over to our article, 7 Makeup Trends to Get on Your Radar for Spring 2018.