Is it teething time for your little one?

 

Summer is on the way mums, and as the days get longer and the weather gets warmer, some of you may be in the mood for a change.

 

Now, we're not saying you should go off and dye your hair a mad colour, but if are looking for some unusual hair inspiration - then rose gold hair might just be your answer.

 

 

pink hair dreams realized thanks to @noeamelotti xx

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We have seen so many crazy hair trends in recent months, from unicorn locks to rainbow roots, but rose gold hair is quirky while also being totally wearable.

 

Stars such as Emma Roberts, Cara Delevigne and GIRLS star Jemima Kirke have all rocked rose gold hair this year and now we're totally obsessed. 

 

 

Rosegold #wellalife #rosegoldhair #peiliredheads

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The warm pinky-metallic shade has been extremely popular on social media platforms, and we are calling it as the colour of the summer - you heard it here first. 

 

Rose gold hair is made up of a gorgeous combination coppery tone with hints of gold and rose, making it relatively subtle for pink hair. 

 

 

How many shades of rose gold are there? #matrixcolor #rosegoldhair #pinkpewter #hottoolspro

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We desperately want summer to hurry up, mums - we need rose gold hair ASAP. 

 

Would you give it a whirl?

 

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