From Kelly Osbourne to Lauren Conrad to the New York Times' T Magazine, we've been seeing a lot of pastel-colored hair lately. And now that spring is quickly approaching, we're expecting to see a lot more of it! Soft, beautiful, and eye-catching, pale hair colors offer something unique without going overboard, usually in pale shades of pink, purple, and blue. If you want to try the trend with subtle streaks, you can achieve those on your own through temporary sprays and clip-ins (such as those showcased below). But if you want all-over color, we suggest going to a pro. (Especially if you have dark hair, as you'll need to lighten it a lot before coloring.)
The New York Times featured a slew of colorful coifs
Tell us: What pastel shade would you want to try?
Manic Panic Mystic Heather Hair Dye, ($13.65)
Charlotte Russe Pastel Synthetic Hair Extensions, ($3.50)
Jerome Russell B Wild Temp'ry Hair Color Spray Lynx Pink, ($5.99)
Lauren Conrad image from thebeautydepartment.com
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