DMT Beauty Transformation: “Golden Peach” Hair Is Pastel Pink’s Fresh, Unexpected Sibling
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“Golden Peach” Hair Is Pastel Pink’s Fresh, Unexpected Sibling

August 31, 2020DMT Beauty

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At the beginning of quarantine, pastel pink reigned supreme as the breakout hair color trend of choice. For months, it felt like another celebrity celebrity would post a selfie of their DIY dye job every day, always some iteration of light pink or rose gold. Now, we're seeing a remix on the soft, whimsical tone heading into fall: a slightly warmer "golden peach" shade that fits perfectly with the seasonal transition.

According to celebrity colorist George Papanikolas, the trend is embraces a creative color that's subtle, almost faded, as opposed to aggressively bright. "We're seeing blushy warm pinks and golden peach tones for fall," Papanikolas says. "The vibe is less unicorn-pigmented and more of a sheer whisper of color to give a softer and more demure version of the pastel tones."

From dip-dyed ends to money-piece highlights and more dramatic single-process color, scroll ahead for a visual guide to pastel pink's cool baby sister — the golden peach tone that will be everywhere this fall.

Colorist and salon owner Linh Phan dubbed this this softly rooted pastel orange a "peachy glow up."

Beauty influencer Nyma Tang recently shared a more pigmented peach, with golden undertones to keep it in the pastel color family.
Victoria Martinez, a colorist out of Nashville's Spoke & Weal Salon, showed how to make a gorgeous peachy-coral color feel low-maintenance by starting the color a few inches away from the roots.
Blending tones of pink and orange, Meg M, a colorist and curl expert working out of Bescene Salon in Arizona, gives us a dimensional golden peach.
For a low-commitment approach to the peach trend, try a lace front wig like artist Kendus.
Singer Charlotte Lawrence loves dyeing her natural brunette hair color — from white platinum to electric blue — but this shiny baby peach is one of our favorites on her yet.
Donna Belle Ibarra, the founder of accessories brand Sheselle, proves the '90s comeback is alive and well, with face-frame highlights tinted an orange-y blonde and accented with butterfly clips.

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