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The peach trend has officially moved beyond eye makeup and lip color. Now, celebrities and everyday girls alike are rocking this pretty hue on their hair. Want to get in on the peach hair color trend yourself? This muted pinkish, orange shade looks gorgeous on all skin tones, with the key being to find the right version of the color to complement your complexion. Below, find the perfect peach hair color for your skin tone and learn how to bring this hair color idea to life at home. You’ll be pretty in peach in no time.
If you’re ready to take the plunge into peach hair, consider your skin tone and natural hair color before dyeing your hair.
If you have fair skin or light hair…opt for a light to medium peach. Think about it: Natural redheads tend to have fair skin, so there’s no chance this will look anything less than fabulous on you. If you want to go for a more carrot-top look, you should make sure your peach has more orange in it than pink.
If you have olive skin or dark hair...the darker your skin and starting hair color, the darker peach shade you can get away with. A great way to amp up your peach is with an ombré accent. All you have to do is concentrate a darker peach at the roots and let it fade beautifully into a pastel salmon color.
If you have dark skin…you want a peach hair color that really pops. To get the look, mix coral and strawberry tones together for a bright, vibrant orangey-pink hair color.
As with all vibrant hair colors, peach hair will require quite a bit of work to achieve. If you’re starting with a dark base color, you’ll need to bleach your hair first so that the color will show up. That being said, you do have options—you can visit a colorist or you can DIY it. The choice is up to you!
It’s time to use the L’Oréal Paris Colorista Semi-Permanent Hair Color in Peach! Just keep in mind that depending on your starting hair color, your process will be a bit different. If you have bleached, light blonde, or highlighted hair, follow the included instructions. You’ll want to shampoo and dry your hair fully first, then apply the product onto desired areas (avoiding the scalp), saturating your hair (make sure to wear the included gloves). Leave the color on for 15-30 minutes for best results, then rinse hair thoroughly with water.
If you’re starting with brunette hair, you can still get the look at home if you’d like. You’ll just need to bleach your locks first, which you can do with the L’Oréal Paris Colorista Bleach. Follow the enclosed instructions, then move on to applying your peach hair color. Think about where you want to place your peach—you don’t have to opt for allover color. Instead, you may want to consider just bleaching your ends or creating highlights and applying your peach hue over that for an on-trend look.
Colored your hair peach? Congrats! Now it’s time to care for your strands the right way. That means using a system of shampoo and conditioner formulated for color-treated hair, like the L’Oréal Paris EverPure Repair & Defend Shampoo and L’Oréal Paris EverPure Repair & Defend Conditioner. Peach hair in need a little extra love? Reach for a hair mask for added conditioning and detangling. Once or twice a week, swap out the conditioner for the L’Oréal Paris EverPure Repair Remedy Balm.
Love the peach hair trend but want to go a shade darker? Check out our article, How to Get a Vibrant Tangerine Hair Color.