Working the shows at London Fashion Week this week, we spied Girls Aloud singer and Styled to Rock mentor Nicola Roberts looking pretty fab with streaks of pastel pink through her red hair.
Never one to shy away from experimenting with her hair and make-up, we love this cute do, which looks like it's been achieved using autumn's hottest new colouring technique – chalking!
"Chalk has been used in hair and beauty for centuries," explains Katie Mulcahy, Creative Director at the Lisa Shepherd salon in London. "To use it on your hair, simply draw it on random pieces."
"And if you're applying the chalk to darker hair, spray it with water first as this allows the colour to show through better. Seal the colour with tongs or straighteners and you're done."
Best get down your local art shop right away!
If you fancy something a little more permanent than chalk (yes, it DOES wash out!), take a look at Kelly Osbourne or Ellie Goulding's cool candy looks for inspiration.
Kelly Osbourne was spotted doing the rounds at LFW with her gorgeous lilac locks and over the pond, Ellie Goulding performed on stage in Pennsylvania with her trademark pink and blonde locks in all their glory.
If you fancy a bit of pastel in your life, check out these Candy Colour Dip-Dye Clip-Ins, £39.99 from beautyworksonline.com for a quick, temporary option.
Or you could even just spray a bit of colour through your ends. Easy! Check out our top three colours below...
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