Lauren Conrad Plays Colour Chameleon with Fluro Pink Ombre Hair!

We know that that the pastel hair trend has been done and done and done again, but there’s just something about it that keeps us coming back for more.  In fact, you can see from our very own Pinterest wall that we have a bit of a thing.  We blame it on Grazia Beauty Coordinator Angelica Hermon who was sporting pink hair well before those celebrity types had even heard of the concept.

Now a day rarely goes by without us momentary musing about a pink dipped tip, random purple streak or baby blue ombre.  Needless to say it’s something that we hardly ever go through with. It’s far more fun watching everyone else’s experimentations. Then we don’t have to deal with the terrible split ends that arrive afterwards too.  As a team made up of long-haired blondes we have enough problems with dry hair as it is...

Lauren Conrad Plays Colour Chameleon with Fluro Pink Ombre Hair!

The latest person to jump on the pink band wagon is Lauren Conrad.  Right up there with our vary favorite girl-next-door types (maybe second only to Whitney Port), Lauren has done the pastel hair thing before, choosing a pink, turquoise and lilac rainbow tips way back in July last year.  It was a little bit Barbie, a lot My Little Pony and we swooned over it for quite some time.

Then yesterday La Conrad revealed yet another hair update in the form of an almost fluro pink dip-die, tweeting a pic of herself along with the caption “My Little (pink) Pony,” before taking her mane to the launch of her latest book “The Fame Game.” And don’t you think that her new look works quite well? Instand of dipping her whole head in dye a la Katy Perry, (sorry K-Pez) Lauren sticks to her more ladylike blonde roots which we love.

What are your thoughts?



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