Oh, this drop-dead gorgeous look? That’s just all in a days work for model Elsa Hosk, who went full-on rose gold for her shoot with J Brand Jeans. We love the washed out result, as the silvery pink held on tight to her wavy ends.
If you’re already blonde, your journey to rose gold greatness is simpler than most. Take it from Taylor Mikiska, who went into the salon blonde and came out this glorious shade of silvery pink using nothing but a toner.
Hairdresser Larry King predicted this: the ‘polaroid rinse’. Paris Jackson’s new colour brings to life his forethought of “soft pink tones running through blonde hair [or] a dusty pink rinse to give the effect of a 70s photo”.
Kimmy-K couldn’t resist trying the trend after her stint as a platinum blonde.
If you don’t want to go rose gold all-over, take inspiration from Hilary’s pinky highlights.
Or add a rinse of colour to just the ends, like GLAMOUR’s girl crush Bella Hadid.
Hailey Baldwin also tried her hand at the trend. We love the way her natural blonde roots mix with the metallic tones tied up in her top knot.
But are you sure you don’t want to go the whole way? Maybe Rae’s bouncy rose gold curls from London Fashion Week will convince you…
The pinky-metallic colour has always been extremely popular on Instagram.
It’s a gorgeous coppery red tone with hints of gold and pinky rose. And it’s up to you how subtle or dramatic you make it.
“You would think asking for a rose gold hair colour, would be straight forward, but it can get quite tricky finding the best hue to suit you so I suggest taking a picture, or even creating your own personal mood board from pinterest and instagram to direct your colourist,” says Daniel Palmer, Color Director at Taylor Taylor London.
“Rose gold is generally more suited to people with dark eyes, and a yellow-based skin tone. Saying that, there are always exceptions to the rules. An experienced colourist will adjust the hues to suit your skin tone and eyes ,making this a complementary look for pretty much everyone,” says Daniel.
We reckon it’ll be the perfect hue for festival season, isn’t that right Elle Fanning?
As Kaley Cuoco proves, you don’t need long hair to pull off the trend.
In fact, a rose gold pixie cut is perfection, as proven by Halsey.
And who could forget Pink?
Scream Queens actress Emma Roberts debuted ‘Desert Rose’ locks thanks to her colourist, Nikki Lee, and we have been in love ever since…
Kate Hudson’s sideswept style with subtlely coloured ends is a chic take on the trend.
Kesha is never one to shy away from colour, and we’re holding out hope she’ll return to this mermaid-vibe
Sienna Miller was one of the first rose gold originals at the 2013 British Fashion Awards. Her look was subtle, without being too pink or vibrant.
Wig or not, we thoroughly enjoyed Kylie’s short stint as a member of the rose gold gang.