#1: Pink and Purple Mermaid Hair
Solid violet dreams with magenta ends to match! Long layered locks curled to their finest says you’re a mermaid hair in disguise!
#2: Pinkish Toned with Purple Ends
Consider a pinkish-toned hair color with purple ends if you want to venture into vivid colors. This color offers a subtle fade out. The subtle blended tones are soft and beautiful, and as they fade. The pink will fade to a strawberry blonde, and the purple will fade to a nice pale blonde. To achieve these colors on a naturally dark brown, hair must be lifted to a medium blonde for the pink. Ask your stylist about the health and condition of your hair to best determine which lightness level your hair can safely achieve.
#3: Cosmic Pink and Purple Tones
Consider cosmic pink and purple tones to add colors to your long, thick locks. This color mix creates a stunning look and is perfect for those who want to embrace their creativity. The cosmic pink and purple tones blend seamlessly and create a soft effect. This hair color works best with various skin tones, from fair to deep. It can be customized to suit your unique style and preferences.
#4: The Hottest Pink to Purple Ombre
Try pink to purple ombre if you love hot colors for your look. Your stylist will create a gorgeous melt of color, starting with a darker root for depth. The darker the hue of pink and purple, the longer your color will last. Enjoy the different shades as you fade from dark to light.
#5: Long Purple Hair with Pink Fringe
Are you looking for a colorful and playful hair transformation? You’ll love this long purple hair with a pink fringe. Ask for this vibrant, magical hair color to showcase your fun and creative side. The purple base color adds depth and dimension, while the pink fringe adds a pop of color. You will need a double process to achieve this color, so be prepared for a long appointment!
#6: Stunning Pink to Purple Ombre
When doing an ombré, I advise choosing colors that melt together easily, like a bright pink and purple hair dye idea. To prevent fading, I recommend a gentle cleanser. Try Hairstory’s New Wash Original or Oway Hbalance Post-Color Neutralizing Shampoo to restore hair to its natural PH post-color service.
#7: Micro Fringed Short Pink Purple Hair
Ask for a short pink and purple micro-fringed crop. When you’re with your stylist and want to add fun colors to your hair, look for ways to balance the face shape. You can highlight your features with fun, lighter colors like this pastel pink and purple hair. My advice is to stay within colors that complement your skin and eyes. Even vivids can be complementary to your edgy style.
#8: Black to Pink-Purple Ombre
If you want to be daring, add a pop of color to your mid-length wavy hair. This is the best way to give yourself a playful and creative style. You can use a color wash shampoo to get the most out of this look. This will ensure that the colors will last and stay vibrant.
#9: Purple Blended Into Pink
Have your hairstylist blend a purple root into a dusty bright pink if stylish. Achieving this half-pink half purple hair may take more than one session, but it is worth the effort. Everyone will compliment you on your fresh new ‘do! Remember to ask your colorist for shampoo and styling product recommendations. Your hair may need extra care to maintain its vibrancy and health.
#10: Purple to Pink Ombre with Red Tips
If you have dark hair and dream of something fun, a purple to pink ombre with red tips is an ideal color pallet. My best advice is to do a global bleaching process to remove color properly. That way, you can have a clear canvas to apply the ombre. Aim to lift the hair evenly for a seamless result.
#11: Purple and Pink Unicorn Hair
Purple and pink hair color is the epitome of a pastel unicorn confection. It’s a pastel fantasy that is almost sweet enough to eat!
The best thing about the look is achieving that lilac shade. Ask your stylist about their experience with pastels since purples and pinks tend to take to lightened hair slowly.
Patience and maintenance don’t sound alike by chance – they go hand in hand. The good thing about this color is that it can be worn as a fun artsy look, but with the right outfit and eyeshadow, you’ve got yourself a look so chic.
#12: Gorgeous Purple to Pink Ombre
When considering vivid colors, like a purple to pink ombré color, at-home maintenance is super important. Sulfate-free shampoo and cool showers will make the most out of dyeing your hair with fun, vivid colors. To style a fun hot pink and purple hair ombre, go for waves or braids; it will help showcase your stylist’s hard work into this fun look.
#13: Dark Pinkish-Purple Highlights on Brown Hair
Consider pinkish-purple highlights on brown hair if you want to make a statement. Your hair dye idea dreams can become a reality! If you have finer hair, don’t worry. The different tones of color give the illusion of fullness to your hair!
#14: Dark Purple Roots Melting Into Pinkish Ends
If you’ve got an itch to try something wild and new, this could be it for you! I love these vivid colors as they fade beautifully over time and give you an impactful look. Maintenance is one of the best things if you have naturally dark roots. It will be much less as you must maintain the purples and pinks as you please. However, I recommend every 8-12 weeks.
#15: Red Pink and Purple
Ombre magenta and lavender colors made a perfect match for this curled goddess! Long locks with this combo catch attention and instantly shows off your hair color.
#16: Pink and Purple Highlights on Blonde Hair
Straight hair with this pink and purple hair mixed color is the top combo to have most extravagantly! Striking patterns created by the alternating cream and grape colors are a sight for sore eyes!
#17: Blue Pink and Purple
Live out a little girl’s dream by fashioning a balayage of these cool tones and colors. Strands patiently painted in alternating purple, pink, and indigo colors create this 3D rainbow effect.
#18: Pink and Purple Ombre
Bring out the big, kinky curls on your waist-length hair! A reverse ombre of light pink roots and dark purple ends takes this hairdo to the next level!
#19: Light Purple and Pink
Choosing a more pastel shade, like light purple with pink roots, gives a youthful vibe. Curls add texture to this glorious pink and purple ombre hair.
#20: Hot Pink and Purple Balayage
Deep fuchsia and lavender carefully brushed on layers of hair, then waved. This half-pink and purple hair are about being creative!
#21: Half and Half
Iffy on which color to choose? Why not have both and enjoy this vivid display of half-pink and purple hair colors with a matching funky pattern? This purple pink hair is such a dream come true!
#22: Pink and Bright Purple
This look is a vivid color melt – bright violet melting into bright pink. I wanted to balance the colors with a simple layered haircut since the colors are so bright. With this haircut, she can still curl, wave, or style it as space buns at home, allowing her to wear her violet-pink hair in any hairstyle.
With vivid pastel purple and pink hair colors, I always recommend good products. For example, sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner because vivid colors fade with every wash. Most shampoo/conditioners contain lots of sulfates and alcohol, which strip out color and dry your hair.
The most important advice is to rock it; your hair is your crown, so have fun and embrace your new look! I’m here to enhance your confidence, so rock that short pink and purple hair!
#23: Black Pink and Purple
This look is a soft berry balayage. It is a cross between muted purples and pinks. While cutting her hair, I gave her long layers and a face frame. I styled her hair into a soft beachy wave to complement the color and cut. The curls cascade down because of the long layers, which help show off the dimensional color. My favorite thing is being able to do the color, cut, and styling from start to finish. I can create everything in perfect harmony and construct a total look.
My client in this photo has naturally curly hair. Balayage complements curly hair well because it gives the hair dimension and life. Balayage is great for someone looking to change their look without maintenance. Because the top of the color is feathered into her root, she will never get a line of demarcation and has a soft blend from her natural dark brown hair color into her soft berry balayage.
My client does cosplay and loves to live on the wild side but does work as a therapist, so she still needs to look professional. This color is a perfect combination of fun and different but not too crazy for her professional life. The muted pinks and purple allow for a softer look.
For someone considering this look, it is a great way to change your look without going over the top. Pinks and purples are actually the best fantasy colors to do as well because they look great with every skin tone and fade beautifully until the color eventually returns to a gorgeous blonde underneath. Pink and purple will never leave funky, unwanted tones like blues and teals. If you want to change your look with a little maintenance, this is the perfect look for you!
#24: Blonde Pink and Purple
I was inspired by a geode when I was creating this look. The idea of a geode intrigued me because of the multitude of colors, the design of concentric circles, and the various textures I’d be able to play with. My favorite part of this style is the finishing touches to complete the look. I added some braids to give a jagged texture and some glitter pops to bring the geode design together.
For anyone considering colors like these, it is slightly more high maintenance to keep the color looking vivid. However, when you shampoo your hair less, wash it with cool water, and use products such as the Matrix Keep Me Vivid system, your hair will have vibrancy and longevity.
As long as wearing a fashion shade is appropriate in your profession, it’s a great way to express confidence and creativity. Fashion colors are customizable and can be as bold or subtle as you might like. That makes colors light these the perfect accessory for anyone, old or young, adventurous or conservative.
#25: Pastel Pink and Purple
This vivid color melt is like a Lisa Frank dream! I love how the colors complement each other, and the pastel pink pops against the dark purple. Placing the darker vivid at the root and melting it down brings so much dimension and depth to the hair. It’s all about the blend!
Vivid color requires extra care at home if you want it to last. Wash in cold water with color-safe (no sulfates!) shampoo and conditioner. Go easy on using heat, and use a heat protectant when styling. Some vivid colors can be refreshed at home with a color-depositing conditioner, so ask your stylist to mix one for you or offer suggestions.
Pink and purple are great colors to try for first-time vivid hair clients. They fade out nicely and don’t seem as extreme. You must lighten your hair to a pale yellow to achieve this color, so some commitment is involved. Vivid hair is best suited for someone who likes to turn heads and wants to express their wild side. Feeling nostalgic and want to rock the hair you dreamed of as a ’90s kid? This is the color for you.
#26: Pink Teal and Purple
This pink purple and blue hair is bold and edgy with just the right amount of class.
My favorite thing about this look is the fantasy colors against her dark root! They are meant to be bright and beautiful, but when paired against a deeper shade, it gives it that extra pop and adds the curls, which lets you see the full dimension.
Pulp Riot is my go-to when I’m using fantasy colors!
Fantasy colors are not for your average client. It takes a strong, confident individual to rock this look! It’s also a commitment. When I have a client interested in adding some vibrant color to their life, I always make sure that I fully educate them on the maintenance do’s and don’ts.
My advice to them is to think about everything that goes into getting fantasy colors, such as the upkeep, how often they wash their hair, and whether they are willing to invest in the right products to protect these colors and even their careers. Although I don’t agree, some employers do not allow these types of colors.
#27: Purple Hair with Pink Highlights
Medium-length to long hair is better with this style, especially with a layered cut.
If your hair is dark brown, bleach it to level 10 or 11 with 20% vol. oxidant. After lightening the hair, divide it into 6 sections from the top (crown) to the bottom. Apply 1 color for every section, purple at the top, then pink at the 2nd section.
You can do this hairstyle to any hair type, but a bit wavy hair would be better. You can also make the hair a bit curly with a hot iron.
Do not use anti-dandruff shampoo, and do not swim for long-lasting color and shape. You can use any normal shampoo and conditioner recommended.
Pink and purple hair colors are for every girl who wants to have fun with their hair. Life is too short to have boring hair.