Rose Gold Hair Is As Dreamy As It Sounds
Rose gold has captivated consumers and retailers everywhere. First, it was a shade of gold for jewelry, which made its way into the engagement ring market. From there, the beautiful combination of rosy hues and shiny gold moved to the beauty scene (lipsticks, eye shadows, nail polishes, and more). Even Minnie Mouse got a rose gold makeover. If you somehow haven’t caught on to this obsession, these hair colors are here to blow you away. It is a gorgeous hair color trend, and it’s totally wearable. Unlike some rainbow colors that only the bravest salon goers will try, rose gold hair color can be worn in a number of ways, and every single one is beautiful. From the jewelry store to the hair salon, this hue is taking over, and we’re in full support.
Classic Rose Gold
Classic rose gold is exactly what you would picture—not really blonde, not really pink, not really gold—just rose gold.
Rose Gold Sombré
This subtle ombré cascades from a deeper rose to strawberry gold.
Dusty Rose Gold
This low key version of rose gold is a muted blush, and it looks effortlessly cool.
Strawberry Rose Gold
This strawberry blonde-hued rose gold looks like actual Disney princess hair, and we want it.
Platinum Rose Gold
Although platinum blonde and rose gold sound like they would be a lot to handle when combined, this shade is actually so soft and wearable.
Rose Gold and More
This curly ‘do has deep roots and shades of rose gold, coppery peach, and lavender throughout for a look that’s truly incredible and proves that rose gold can play well with other colors.
Rose Gold Bronde
This rose gold color job maintained and enhanced the natural bronde color beneath. A style like this would be easy to grow out, too.
Peachy Rose Gold
This hue keeps the golden tones but brings the rose into peach territory, and it’s definitely for the bold.
Rose Gold Highlights
You don’t have to go all out to get in on the rose gold trend. Regardless your natural color, you can always try out the look with highlights or subtle babylights.
Coppery Rose Gold
This take on rose gold plays up the golden aspect so much that it takes on a copper hue when melded with pink.
Soft Rose Gold
This look has just enough rose gold that you know it’s there, but it’s so subtle that it’s not in your face.
Ashy Rose Gold
This smoky color is a moodier version of rose gold, and it’s definitely on trend.