It’s fun, it’s punky, and it’s super cute – Manic Panic pink is available in all kinds of adorable and badass shades, from pastel pink to hot pink. Whether you want a cute Cotton Candy style for the summer or are just seriously obsessed with a super bright pink shade, this fun colour is perfect for mixing up your hairstyle.
Choosing Manic Panic pink dye puts your hair in the hands of experts. Tish and Snooky have been at the heart of punk hair colours since 1977 when they founded Manic Panic. From the very beginning, they combined their passion for colour with their love for the earth. This is why you can get your next hair colour in a vegan-friendly and cruelty-free formula. With no nasty chemicals such as PPD, you can make sure your hair is treated to the best dye. The Manic Panic formula conditions while it colours so you can enjoy nourished and healthy hair without compromising on colour.
While choosing Manic Panic is a no-brainer, for the hair dye fanatics out there choosing your next colour can be tricky. With so many cool shades to try, which one will you pick next?
Overall, pink hair dyes will give the best results when applied to pre-lightened hair. The light undertones mean that Manic Panic pink hair dye may not give a tint to dark hair. For shades such as pastel pink hair dye Manic Panic it is even more essential to bleach and tone your hair before applying your dye. Lightening your hair to a platinum level and then toning away any brassy colours will help you to achieve the true shade of Manic Panic pink pastel. Cotton Candy pink Manic Panic is another example of a shade that may not be visible on dark hair as this is quite a light shade of pink hair dye.
For other shades, you may not need to lighten your hair quite as much but it is still worth bleaching your hair to at least a blonde level to achieve your dream bright pink hairstyle. Manic Panic Hot Hot pink on brown hair may give a tint to brown hair as it does have darker undertones, as will pink shades that are blended with purples such as Cleo Rose Manic Panic and Manic Panic Fuschia Shock.
Styling your hair once you have chosen your Manic Panic hair dye pink is super fun as there are so many ways to add colour to your hair.
The first option to try at home is to completely cover your hair in pink dye to create a single toned style. Light shades such as Candy pink hair dye are perfect for this if you want to draw attention to your gorgeous hair.
To apply your Manic Panic hair dye pink to your hair use a tint brush to apply it to your strands and then comb through your hair until the dye becomes frothy. This will help it to spread and develop evenly. Next, allow your hair dye to process for about 30 minutes. During this time you can apply heat very gently using a hairdryer. This will help to create a bright and saturated colour result. Once your hair colour has finished processing, rinse your hair to complete your look.
A classic dip-dye is another easy style to try out at home. You can simply apply hair dye to the end of your hair to create this fun effect. We think Hot Hot Pink Manic Panic pairs beautifully with natural hair making it a top contender for a dip-dye hairstyle in our opinion.
If you can’t decide which colour to try then why not try a two-toned look. This could be with two contrasting shades of pink or two completely different colours. Pair a pink Manic Panic hair dye with a dark blue for a punky style that is sure to look incredible.
Of course, Manic Panic is all about being creative with your hair and doing it your way. We see beauty in all hairstyles and colours so go wild with your new look and express yourself!
Not sure which Manic Panic colour to choose? This guide is full of useful information to get you on the perfect colourful hair journey for you!
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