Cotton Candy Pink - Apply to a level 9-10 base to produce a vibrant result that can even glow under a specialised blacklight.
Hot Hot Pink - Create a subtle pink tone on a dark level 7 base with Hot Hot Pink, but apply to a level 8-10 for a more vibrant and glowing result.
Cleo Rose - Similar to Hot Hot Pink, Cleo Rose can produce deep pink tones on a darker base colour but will require a level 10 blonde base to create its most vibrant result.
Pretty Flamingo - This peachy pink hair dye with neon tones requires a level 10 base to show off its vivid colour.
Fuschia Shock - This pink shade with purple undertones can be used to alter the colour of a darker base, but its bright hue is best applied to a level 8-10 base.
Pink Warrior - Vibrant and UV blacklight activated, this awesome pink tone creates its most exciting bold colour on a level 9-10 base colour.
Pussycat Pink - This electric highlighter pink tone doesn’t hold back on its vibrant pigment but does require a level 10 blonde base to create its brightest result!
Divine Wine - With deep red tones throughout, Divine Wine makes a great option for adding a splash of wine red to a darker base or you could apply it to a light blonde tone and see those berry hues shine!
Wildfire - Red but with some extra flame-inspired sparks of orange throughout. This awesome tone requires a level 9-10 to create a vivid result.
Pillarbox Red - This bright red shade creates its most vibrant result on a level 10 blonde but can create subtle red hues on a darker level 7 base.
Infra Red - Dark in tone, this beautiful deep shade of red can be applied to a level 7 base to create a beautiful warm hue.
Vampire’s Kiss - Cherry red in tone, this vibrant yet deep red hue can be used to create a beautiful subtle hue on dark hair but applied to a level 9-10, Vampire’s Kiss is vibrant and fiery.
Vampire Red - Create deep blood-red tones on a level 7-10 base with the iconic Vampire Red hue.
Rock N Roll Red - This retro red tone creates its brightest result on a pre-lightened base but can also produce a subtle red hue on a darker base colour.
As we approach Valentine’s Day, the Manic Panic UK Ambassadors and Affiliates have created some of our favourite looks inspired by the occasion. Each of our stylists and DIY affiliates has embraced their style to produce a range of looks to inspire all Manic Panic users when creating their own Valentine's hairstyles.
Cassie Olivia created a super fun and perfect Valentine’s look using the Manic Panic colours. For this look, Cassie took her client from blue hair to a vibrant cool-toned pink hair result using the Hot Hot Pink Classic Colour; this iconic tone has been a favourite for many who choose the pink side of life and it’s easy to see why when it produces results this bold! Alongside this pigmented tone, Cassie took her look a step further by painting a heart pattern on the top layer of the hair using Manic Panic Raven. These finishing touches accentuated the theme that Cassie was looking for from her Valentine-inspired look and we are obsessed with the result!
Manic Panic UK Affiliate, Corey Jack created his version of ‘holographic Valentine’s’ hair using a range of the Manic Panic UK Classic Colours. Working in sections, you’ll notice this look incorporates both pink and purple tones within the separate layers of the hair! We were especially wowed by the awesome heart-shaped sectioning Corey used at both the top and back of the head; he chose to experiment with her sectioning on this look to create a super unique and fantastic result.
In this look, Corey used:
Cotton Candy Pink
Hot Hot Pink
Long-term affiliate, Georgia Travers has been busy creating a small collection of beautiful looks set to inspire this Valentine’s Day. Keeping things a little more simple, one of Georgia’s looks is comprised using just one Manic Panic colour, Pillarbox Red. As the most vibrant red tone within the Manic Panic range, Pillarbox Red does enough on its own to turn heads! Georgia has also created two fantastic pink looks in her Valentine's collection that each feature contrast and bold results! Check out her two pink looks below along with the colours used.
Fuschia Shock & Cotton Candy Pink
Pink Pussycat, Blue Angel & Bad Boy Blue
Inspired by the 2024 Pantone colour of the year, Peach Fuzz and our favourite heart-shaped sweets Love Hearts, Lauren Roma Hanlon-Moore created this peachy pink look as her Valentine-inspired hair. Using a selection of the Manic Panic Classic Colours, Lauren used a colour-blocking technique to emphasise that peachy tone through the middle and back of her client’s hair. To create this glossy and soft pink result, Lauren used the following semi-permanent hair dyes from Manic Panic UK:
Dreamsicle, Cleo Rose, Mystic Heather,
Virgin Snow & Cotton Candy Pink
Manic Panic UK affiliates, stylist Poppy Lockett and photographer Caitlin Sanders teamed up to create another spectacular collection of Valentine hair gems. Within this collection, Poppy and Caitlin created 3 individual looks that each resonated and showed Valentine’s inspiration; the colour choices, accessories and even the set express a clear vision. Poppy created her Valentine-inspired looks using a range of the Manic Panic red and pink shades, including the new Classic Colour Divine Wine. Take a closer look at what Poppy and Caitlin created below, alongside the colours used!
Cotton Candy Pink
Cotton Candy Pink & Vampire Red
Pillarbox Red, Divine Wine & Raven
The Manic Panic UK red and pink ranges feature an abundance of hues to get creative with. Whether you’re a pre-lightened level 10 babe ready to commit to a world of intense colour and vibrancy or you’re looking to add a splash of vivid warmth to your darker locks, take the plunge with our array of romantic shades.
If you’ve felt inspired by what the Manic Panic UK affiliates have been up to recently and have chosen to create your Valentine-inspired look using the Manic Panic hair dyes, we would love to see what you create! Don’t forget to tag us in all of your Manic Panic UK creations on social media @manicpanic_uk.