Last week, Kylie Jenner ditched her blonde hair for something a little pinker. Instead of going straight up pale pink, though, she opted for a rose gold hue, which combines pink with some more orange-y tones, resulting in a perfect, subtle color.
Though the shade is new for Kylie, it's been around for a minute, popping up on the heads of everyone from Katy Perry to Elle Fanning.
Here are a few of Kylie's rose gold predecessors for you to add to your hair color Pinterest board or just, like, gaze at longingly:
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Katy Perry had rose gold hair before we even knew such a shade could exist on our heads. Katy’s experimented with a ton of hair colors, but this was by far the most subtle.
The key to successful rose gold hair, you’ll notice, is that it’s barely noticeable. Ashley Tisdale’s hair may look straight-up blonde, but upon closer inspection, you’ll see a very light pink wash. That’s how it’s done.
Good news: Non-blondes can do it too. Take Emma Roberts, for example, who proved with a few pinky-gold highlights, redheads can also join the club.
Over the summer, Elle Fanning got “Dusty 🌹 hair.” All hair colors should be able to be summed up in an emoji, don’t you think?
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Sometimes when I look at this photo of Ellie Goulding, I feel like I’m wearing a pair of rose-colored glasses. She proves when your hair is pink, blush pops that much more.
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Take it from Kate Hudson: All you need are a few pink streaks framing your face and, like, a dash of color at the bottom for the entire thing to read as pink perfection
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And, finally, we have the greatest rose gold achievement of all time — Sienna Miller. It’s a little bit pink, a little bit orange, and entirely impossible to recreate.