Pink is usually playful and girly, but this color shows a more sophisticated side of the color. Pantone calls cashmere rose “gentle”, “composed” and “upscale.” It’s a pastel that blends beautifully with cream and beige blondes, giving these shades a bespoke twist. Click the trending o
style notes for the formulas and tips on application. –– Laura Martin
Application: This hue isn’t one shade, it’s the result of a blend of beige blonde with dusty pink. Apply the formulas below in layered foils, overlapping panels, or diffused horizontally from roots to ends. These shades are designed to provide sheer coverage on starting levels 8-10.
Formulas: (on starting levels 8-10)
Cashmere Beige: Goldwell Colorance 2 parts 10BB + 1 part 9GB with 2% Lotion
Pink Pashmina: Goldwell Colorance 1 part 10V + 1 part 10BG + 1 part 7PK with 2% Lotion
Rosy Wool: Goldwell Colorance 3 parts 10BB + 1 part 7RR with 2% Lotion
Special thanks to Laura Martin for this post. Laura is a professional hair stylist, former senior educator at ARROJO cosmetology school, and a creative non-fiction MFA student at Georgia College, Milledgeville, GA