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Light red shades are a challenge. If they’re too soft they look washed out, but too much pigment and they end up looking dark or florescent. A perfectly balanced shade should appear almost luminescent, both bright and sheer, radiating soft light. This pale tangerine hue dotted with wisps of cotton-candy pink achieves the perfect balance. Get the formula and tips on application in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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The first flowers of spring are small and delicate: crocuses, trillium, hyacinths. These morsels of brightness hint at the season ahead. As you endure the last few weeks of winter, a dusting of pale lights can do a lot to elevate your mood. A few slices of pink, lilac, or spring green will transform your winter doldrums into spring expectations. Learn to create the look in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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J’ adore? We do! This soft A-line, long layered bob features an indiscriminate parting with golden blonde color and accents of pink. The combination of a sensual and pretty look with an edgy punk retro feel gives the style a piquant punch. If you fancy adding a pastel accent to a block color, but are unsure of the commitment, there’s a new trend called ‘chalking’ that anyone can do. All you do is take soft pastel chalk from an art store and apply as desired. This has the triple benefit of instant gratification, making you feel creative, and getting to try it without the finality.

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With Mulberry championing pastel-gelato color shades with their new candy-inspired campaign, it’s fair to say the most fashion-forward hair color accent right now is a soft pastel pink-on-blonde. And January Jones has jumped on trend! She’s got the natural coloring that is perfect for luscious golden blonde, and now she has vamped it up with this soft, peachy-pink sorbet hue. We think this is a great accent for flaxen tones, and a stylish way to update your look for spring and summer.

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