Pretty Lilac Hair

Tumbling along today I came across this image of this girl with the most stunning lilac hair so I just had to share it here. I don’t know who she is but if you do just let us know in the comments section below.

light purple hair

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  1. Emily
    Jun 18, 2011 @ 01:25:33

    I love this soooo muchh !! this is exactly what i’ve been wanting to do with my hair, but i’m scared it will turn out horrible! how did you do it ?? and is it difficult to maintain ??


  2. georgia.
    Jul 04, 2011 @ 11:53:19

    what hair dye did you use?


  3. Jordie
    Jul 14, 2011 @ 18:47:49

    obviously you people don’t read descriptions.


  4. Alicia
    Aug 04, 2011 @ 18:41:15

    To achieve this look, one would have to lighten their hair to a level 9 or 10….a super pale blonde. If you’re hair is colored dark to start with it might not be worth risking the damage, and it couldn’t hurt to hae a professional help. Then it was either toned with a violet toner very briefly or she mixed water with violet semi-permanent color. I believe Manic Panic has a lavender like color also.


    • Anna
      Dec 23, 2011 @ 03:05:24

      her hair is a LOT lighter than a 9 or a 10


      • amby
        Jun 05, 2012 @ 08:34:35

        yip…like an 11 or 12!!!


        • Saline (Marisa)
          Jul 27, 2012 @ 15:53:11

          Well of course it is now, because like Alicia said– they used a violet toner or Semi-Permanent color. I’m on my way to achieving this hair color, with pale blonde or a yellowy, and sectioning of hair before bleaching, and being extremely careful. It’s much better with virgin hair, because there isn’t the brassiness that you have to work on removing from the original strand. Most people don’t have the resilience within their hair structures to withstand such a treatment if the hair isn’t virgin hair. (Considering that I’ve fallen asleep with bleach in my hair, and my hair was still there when I realized) Which means, if you’ve already dyed it and you don’t want to risk over processing– you’re better off growing it out, and fully removing the old hair by frequent trimming as it grows. If anyone has any actual questions about what I would suggest to achieve this, message me on Facebook. I’d be happy to answer any questions the best I can C:


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