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Peach hair is one new decidedly unique trend that can be a rather unusual beauty change for you. Peach hair colors might not look natural, but as anime characters have been pointing out to us for a while, natural is quite unnecessary when something looks as appealing as fun hair colors on one’s head.
A softer and more relaxed form of the lavender hair colors and the blues and greens that we have been seeing for a while now, peach hair colors might just be what those of us with a smaller dose of wild character could opt for.
Peach hairstyles were seen all around in 2016 as well, while there are articles about doing it yourself at home from 2013. It is a lovely pastel hair color that we can certainly enjoy, particularly if it comes in a rose gold appeal such as Sienna Miller’s ‘do a few years back.
Peach Hair Color & Dye Tips: Contents
- Choosing the Best Peach Hair Dye for Your Skin Tone
- How to Dye Your Hair Peach
- How to Maintain Your Peach Hair Color
- Makeup Tips for Peach Hair Colors
- Fashion Tips for Those with Peach Hair
- 67 Peach Hair Color Ideas to Try
Before dyeing your hair peach, it’s important to choose the right peach hair color based on your skin tone.
• Those with fair skin and light hair tones can give their preference to light pastel or medium peach hair shades, while in case you like a brighter, carrot-like peach coloring, choose a dye that has more orange tint to it than pink. Coppery peach tones are another great option both for those with lighter skin and those with darker skin.
• The darker your skin tone and natural hair color are, the darker peach hair colors you should opt for. Thus, those with medium and dark skin tones can pick a darker peach hair dye, applied to the roots and beautifully fading to a pastel salmon hue for a lovely sombre effect.
You can also opt for extra vibrant, as an eye-popping peach hair color. That can be the best bet for those with dark skin tones who want to make a statement. To achieve the color, you can mix vivid orange and strawberry dyes, which will give you a bright orangey-pink peach shade.
If you’d prefer to keep it subtle, however, you can opt for a deeper copper peach hair color, or simply have a few peach threads run through otherwise dark hair.
Best Peach Hair Colors for Warm Skin Undertone
You should also take your undertone into account when choosing the right shade of peach hair dye for you. If your skin has warm yellow undertones, with veins that appear a little more green through your skin, the peach hair dye you choose should be closer to orange than to pink.
If you’re going to a salon, a great solution is to have most of your hair dyed peach and have a few strands dyed a warmer, more orange tones near your face. An overly cool peach look will make your skin look a little sallow, and is best avoided.
Best Peach Hair Colors for Cool Skin Undertone
Those with cool and neutral undertones to their skin, with veins that appear blue or purple, and an overall beige or pink complexion, can definitely make the most out of peach hair dye that is a true peach or that leans a little more towards rosy pink.
However, if you do love the more orange-heavy peaches, you can actually wear them as well, since they are still going to have the same red base as your skin, and therefore will not clash!
Best Peach Hair Colors for Olive Skin Undertone
Lastly, there are those with olive undertones, whose skin has a Mediterranean vibe with a touch of green-ness to it. The pinky-red tones in most peach hair dye are going to be quite difficult to pull off, since they tend to emphasize greenness in an unflattering way.
You could try a super gold take on peach hair dye, or wear peach hair dye in your hair as a balayage over a more warm or neutral hair color, so that it doesn’t contrast against your skin’s undertone.
To dye your hair peach, there are a few things you can do. If you have darker hair you will have to bleach it first, while if you are naturally a blonde you might be able to get away with skipping straight over to the dyeing part of things.
In this section will talk about bleaching and dyeing your hair to achieve solid, all-over peach hair color, but if you are confident in your skills you can apply other dyeing techniques like ombre or balayage using peach hair dye for some really gorgeous effects.
If you are going to dye your hair a peach color without bleaching, you should keep in mind that the peach hair shade you get will strongly depend on the base color you have. Those with jet-black hair simply cannot expect to achieve a peach hair color without bleaching – they’re going to end up with an orange-tinted dark brown shade instead, whereas light blonde is the perfect base color to achieve that pretty peach hair coloring easily. If your hair is naturally a yellow-based blonde, you might be able to achieve peach hair color by overlaying pink over your hair.
Peach hair dye is hard to find in general, but by combining yellow and orange hair dyes with pink hair dye you can end up creating peach hair dye at home all by yourself! It’s also a good idea to combine the peach hair dye you choose with some touches of pink or rose to achieve a unique neutral peach tone that is hard to replicate.
Last but not least, if you don’t want to cause harm to your hair, but at the same time want to experiment with peach hair colors, go for a temporary dye or peach hair chalks, which will also give you the opportunity to easily switch back to your natural color whenever you want.
You Will Need:
• Bleaching kit – the strongest and fast bleach you can find in stores is likely Manic Panic’s Flash Lighting 40 Volume kit, which is available at Ulta Beauty.
• Semi-permanent peach hair dye, or yellow and pink dyes that you can mix. We love the Jerome Russell Punky Color from Ulta Beauty.
• Mixing bowl
• Hair dye brush
• Plastic shower cap
• Gloves – stick to reusable plastic gloves to avoid creating needless waste.
• Old button-up shirt that can get dirty
• Petroleum jelly
• Butterfly hair clips
• Nourishing hair conditioner – preferably enriched with proteins
Step 1: Prep
• Avoid washing your hair for a few days before the dyeing process beings. Hair that has natural oils in it tends to get less damaged, so it looks much better after the bleaching and dyeing process.
• Give your hair a protein treatment a few days before bleaching to get it as strong as possible, since the hair loses a lot of proteins during the bleaching process.
Step 2: Bleaching
• Mix up your bleaching kit as instructed by the packaging of the product you bought. This normally entails combining a powder bleach with developer in a bowl, mixing it with your hair dye brush, and giving it a minute or two to process.
• While the product is processing, separate your hair into as many sections as you like, and clip up each section. I usually recommend splitting the hair once at the crown, so you have a front and back section, then splitting each one of those sections again so you have two front and two back sections. If your hair is thin, you can stick to just two sections, while if it’s very thick you might want more sections.
• Make sure you’re wearing an old shirt that you don’t mind staining with bleach or dye. A button-up shirt will be best, since it’ll be easiest to remove without having to pull over the head.
• Unclip the section that you plan to start bleaching, and from it separate a chunk of hair that is a couple of centimeters in diameter.
• Start applying the bleach, either as close to the roots as you can get without touching the scalp, or a little bit farther down from it if you intend to keep the roots dark or to dye your hair in a balayage technique.
• With the brush, pull the bleach down towards the ends of your hair, so that the full chunk is covered from top to bottom.
• To ensure the distribution of bleach is even more thorough and even, use your gloved fingers to massage the bleach into the hair ensuring that every strand gets covered.
• Separate out another chunk of hair from that first section, and repeat the bleach application process.
• Once you’ve finished dyeing the whole section of hair, clip it back up and move on to the next section. Continue working in the same fashion until your whole head is covered in bleach.
• Pop a shower cap on over your head to help prevent bleach from your head getting on your clothes or furniture.
• Give the bleach time to process – it will likely take about ten minutes or so, and no longer than 45 minutes lest you risk badly damaging your hair.
• Check your hair every five minutes to see if it’s reached the level of lightness you were hoping for, and also look for signs of damage like dryness or brittleness.
• Once enough time has passed get in the shower and rinse out all of the bleach from your hair with lukewarm water. If you feel the need, you may condition your hair as well.
• Get out of the shower and squeeze out as much water as you can out of your hair with an old cotton T-shirt. If you’re going to use a towel, be very careful not to rub too much, or you risk damaging your hair.
• Examine your hair. Go in with more bleach if you see areas that you missed, but be conservative since your hair is as fragile as can be right now.
• If you find that your hair isn’t light enough for the kind of peach hair color that you wanted, then wait a few days, do some hair restoring treatments, and then try bleaching your hair again. Be very careful, since taking hair down to platinum at home can be very damaging.
Step 3: Applying Peach Hair Dye
• Once you are happy with the lightness level of your hair, you can go ahead and apply your peach hair dye! You can apply it while your hair is still damp though not when it’s soaking wet, and you can definitely do so on the same day as bleaching it, since semi-permanent dyes tend to be quite conditioning.
• Brush your hair gently to ensure there are no tangles, and then split it up into sections much like you did earlier for bleaching it!
• Apply petroleum jelly to your forehead and ears in order to prevent peach hair dye from staining your skin.
• If you’ll be using just one semi-permanent hair dye, get the jar open and ready next to you, and make sure your hair dyeing brush is clean. If you are going to blend a few shades together, decant them into a bowl and mix together thoroughly.
• Unclip the first section of hair you want to dye, and separate out a chunk from it that is a few centimeters in diameter.
• Dip your brush into the peach hair dye, and then apply it to your hair starting as close to the roots as you would like to go. Use the brush to pull the peach hair color down as far towards the ends as it will go, and reapply more if necessary.
• Grab the next chunk of hair, and repeat the dyeing process until that whole section is done.
• Clip the dyed section of hair back up into a twist, and move on to the next section dyeing in the same process.
• Once your whole head is covered in peach hair dye, pop on a shower cap, which will prevent hair dye from getting everywhere and making a mess.
• Let the color process. The Punky dyes we recommended usually take about 15 minutes to half an hour.
• Once enough time has elapsed, get in the shower and rinse out the peach hair dye with lukewarm water. You can condition your hair if you like, but you don’t have to, since the dye itself is quite conditioning.
• Get out, dry your hair with a T-shirt or a soft towel, and admire your new peach hair color. If you missed a few spots, then reapply the dye, but if it’s perfect then rock on!
Yup, even a mermaid would be proud of your peach hair now, but you will need to make sure to maintain your peach hair color. We’ve got some amazing tips for that!
• Always use a shampoo made for colored hair, ensuring that it is not too harsh. Low sulphates or no sulphates in general are your best bet, since ingredients like SLS or SLES are quick to strip the hair of hard-won color. A gold-based shampoo is the best alternative for those with peach hair, just like purple shampoo is for blondes. Our recommendation is JOICO Color Infuse Copper Shampoo and Conditioner from Ulta Beauty.
• Try not to wash your peach hair more than once or twice a week, as over-washing will strip your now porous hair of its natural oils and speed up the fading process. When you do wash your hair, try to wash it with cold water, which seals the hair cuticle and prevents the peach hair color from getting rinsed out.
• Doing a hair treatment once a week is a must to maintain your peach hair’s health and keep the parched strands from losing elasticity and shine. If you also bleached your hair, make sure to do a treatment rich in proteins which will help strengthen your hair. Olaplex Hair Perfector, from Sephora, is by far our favorite.
• Avoid blow-drying unless it is an absolute necessity and keep away from heat styling in general to optimize your peach hair’s condition. Whenever you style your hair, make sure to use color-protecting styling products and a heat protectant, which are a good idea to apply every time you have to spend a lot of time in the sun, as well.
• Avoid the use of hair ties with metal joints, instead opting for some lovely velvet elastic bands, something that makes for a great investment regardless of whether you dye your hair or not.
While you can always dare and try new makeup looks to see which one flatters your new hair color best, there are a few makeup tips for peach hair that you might love to consider!
Complexion Makeup for Peach Hair
• Your foundation really needs to be on point when you make the switch to brighter fashion hair colors, so opt for a medium or high-coverage foundation if your hair is dyed a brighter peach tone.
• If you’ve opted for more of a pastel peach tone, you don’t need to increase your coverage as much, but you do need to ensure that your features stand out. Using a light bronzer, contour, or blush will make a big difference!
• As far as blush colors go, stick to harmonious shades that’ll suit your hair. Peaches and corals are best, but if you have a deeper skin tone, then a red-based blush with a similar undertone to your hair will also do.
Eye Makeup for Peach Hair
• When it comes to the best eyeshadow colors for peach hair, universally flattering shades, such as copper, beige, champagne, gold or brown are all safe bets.
• Coral, rose gold, and peach shades will also look beautiful, creating a unique monochrome effect with your hair.
• You can play around with contrasting colors as well, like teals or purples, but make sure that they also work with your outfit. It’s best if there are some threads of those shadow tones in your overall look.
• For eyebrows, you have two directions you can go in. For a look that will match your hair more cohesively, wear an eyebrow shade with a cool undertone – a taupe or ash with a hint of mauve to it, or a red-based dark brown if your coloring is darker.
• The other option is to stick to gray-based neutrals, which might work better if your skin has a cool undertone.
• With pastel peach hair, you will likely want to stay away from overly dark eye makeup, instead preferring softer looks that open up the eye.
Lip Makeup for Peach Hair
• The easiest lipsticks to match to peach hair are ones with a similar undertone. If your hair is warm, then stick to warmer lipsticks like peaches, corals, and bricks.
• If those warm lipstick tones don’t suit your skin, wear neutrals like raspberry or rose instead.
• You might want to avoid overly nude lipsticks that match your skin tone too closely, or you risk being totally washed out when combined with your already light hair.
• When in doubt, stick to neutrals! Peach hair looks just as gorgeous with lighter neutrals like white and beige as it does with black.
• If you like to play around with color, simply remember to use the color wheel when crafting outfits. You should treat peach hair as you would orange, but just remember that it’s a lot less saturated.
• If you are wearing just a single color, in the form of a dress or a jumpsuit for example, stick to neutrals or brown tones that lean a little towards mauve. Yellow is also a great color choice that won’t clash with your peach hair. Try and stay away from saturated colors.
• In outfits with two or three colors, you can have one color be bright and make sure the other is less saturated to match your peach hair.
• Wearing color patterns that are analogous to your hair is a way of ensuring that you look bright, feminine, and chic without matching your hair too closely. On the warm side of things, you can wear soft butter yellows and pale oranges, while keeping it cool means wearing pinks and muted magentas.
• Earth tones can look particularly gorgeous with peach hair, and they also allow you to add an additional statement color. Peach hair can look nice with beiges and browns, but adding a hint of teal to this pattern will elevate the look.
There are many ways to get the right peach hair color that suits you. There are thousands of images of peach hair all around, particularly on Pinterest and Instagram, but we have compiled a list of 67 peach hair color ideas that we think really let the beauty of peach hair shine through. Which one will you choose?
1. Peachy Waves
A side part, shoulder length cut and incredibly beautiful pinkish peach hair to contrast with dark brows and lashes is exactly what the beautician ordered. Literally! Go with the soft color that is more pale pink than peach and it gives a very lady-like appearance that is bound to attract attention in the most positive manner from all around you. A lovely pink color to your lids and lips will only enhance the effect of healthy pinkish peach hair coming down in waves.
2. Rose to Peach Hair
This is a gorgeous peach hair color idea that plays on a peachy blonde from a rose base, the center is parted and the ends beautifully curled. The root hair is lightened with a rose color that melts into a peach hair dye that is diluted at the ends and presents quite a bit of the golden base. It is breathtaking to behold and perfect to wear out to a special occasion.
3. Golden Rose Peach Hair
There is peach hair and then there is rose peach hair. This particular peach hairstyle is more of a gold with pink combination for a rosy effect that waves down the shoulders. It is very much like anime mermaid hair and is more of a ‘love it or hate it’ hue combination. While blended, the rose and the gold are also seen separately. It is pretty to behold but more on the youthful side.
4. Highlighted Peach Hair
It is a darker root to faded edge peach hair color idea we are seeing here and it holds all the edginess one would consider from a pinker trend. We do see strands of pink as well, of course, but absolutely love the peach finish. Light waves to an otherwise straight shoulder length cut, the messy ‘do appears as bed hair… rather perfect bed hair at that.
5. Peachy Rose Hair Dye
Smaller features call for a lovely long bob, preferably angled and side-swept. This peach hair color has a vibrant rose to peach effect, with darker roots and very light ends that have been straightened outwards. The color is as appealing as the styling of the peach hair and this would be just perfect to wear to a spring wedding, destination or not.
6. Peach Ombre Hair
You can opt for a classic wavy ends grown out look that starts with your naturally dark color and ends in a golden peach hue. Shoulder-length and beautiful, the bronzed effects of this peach hairstyle are certainly lovely to behold. It has that slightly lazy, I-am-the-icon-of-fashion feel to it.
7. Blonde Blend Peach
Known simply as peach envy, this positively perfect peach hair color revels in a blonde peach effect that is both warm and inviting. The warmer tones are just right for the spring and summer ahead of us, while the effects of this long and wavy look combined with aqua eye makeup make for quite the jealous mermaid.
8. Blushing Peach Hair
Peach blonde and blush pinks combine for a rather rad effect. We are enjoying the pink roots that fade into a blonde, but end in a peach, creating an effect that points towards intriguingly placed extensions. A definite style to try out and using blush peach combination extensions with your warmer hair colors is a must.
9. Peach Sorbet Hair
Notice how your sorbet is multi-colored around the peach? There is yellow, pink and peach together. That is what we see here on this incredibly healthy long peach hair left to fall down the back in waves. You can think of it as a sultry sorbet and that is exactly what it has been called by the owner of the photo. It looks as if pink and yellow combine through highlights, creating a rather unicorn-worthy head of tresses.
10. Peaches and Cream
Perfect for the summer, the gently braided peach tresses seen here feature a rose gold creation that looks like candy in peaches and cream coloring. It works well for the fall as well, but the warmth really screams spring to us. Blonde roots with peach highlights generally end in a peach wave, perfecting a sugary sweet concoction.
11. Golden Princess
For a peach hair color that is more on the gold spectrum, shoulder-length straight cuts in gentle waves sound like a great idea, especially when strands are woven to give it a half-up and half-down effect. The color is a creative one and beautifully warm, reminiscent of golden sunsets. Definitely a look to try if you are into the golden blonde with hints of peach!
12. Peach Balayage
Peach intensity over a golden color on hair that is wind-swept and side-swept in one fell swoop sounds like a teenager’s dream. Really, it is a very young look but one that is flexible enough to be pulled off by more mature women as well if they are going for the short cut straightened bobs. For the younger generations though, pairing peach balayage hair with thick brows and some rebellious accessories makes for an interesting look.
13. Peach Blonde Hair
Angled shoulder-length bobs, voluminous hair, gentle waves and a peach effect to the lighter blonde hair color combine for a rather attractive finale, certain to make anyone look years younger. Balayage babylights are used where an overtone of pastel peach hair color is added to a golden blonde number. It appears mostly natural with a hint of pink.
14. Peach Autumn Rose
A warm but darker tone, this voluminous messy cut with its rosy peach and coppery gold look is perfect for the more laid-back, down to earth individual who enjoys a glass of rose as much as a bottle of beer. It is for the country bumpkin as well as the city lady and brings to mind warms nights around a campfire at a cottage by the lake. Definitely a homey appeal!
15. Peach Pink Hair Highlights
Balayage is gorgeous on a bad day, and when you add a touch of peach and pink to the mix, you get this incredibly lovely ombre special, complete with past shoulder-length layers and gentle waves. It will brighten up your day and dare you to try something new, pushing boundaries while remaining innocently beautiful. Peach, pink and blonde mix very well together.
16. Blushing Peach Hair
Voluminous hair. Long thick bangs. Dimensional tresses. Balayage coloring. Pink, peach and golden combinations. Yes, this is definitely for you if the above tick your boxes for the best hairdo. Hair that is chest-length really benefits from the thick waves seen here, and the magical effect of the peach hair tones, starting from a darker blush at the roots and ending in a golden peach towards the ends, is just what the hairdresser ordered.
17. Peach Sunset Hair
We love peach hair colors in general, and when that comes in a very sunset colored, very harmonious waves that end in a straight cut below the shoulders, we cannot help but fall in love all over again. Darker roots and a warmer shade along the crown give way to lighter pastels towards the end, combining copper and pink and shades of golden blonde throughout.
18. Bright Peach Hair
Peach and blonde in a warm, light color are absolutely gorgeous to look at and even more interesting to create. Though, according to the one snapping the photo, it took 6 hours to create! Time well spent we would say though, as this is a prime hairdo, with the darkness of the roots slightly shown and the ends lovingly curled.
19. Peach Lob
Positively glamorous and beautifully burnt gold with copper, peach and pink, the rose gold hair in a lovely neck-length cut makes for a stunning peachy lob. Gentle waves throughout add to the appeal, while the warmer tones are reminiscent of perfect autumn days. For an everyday ‘do, this is beyond lovely.
20. Peachy Pixie
Love the pixie cut or short bob, complete with curly effects that catch the sunlight? This is a look you can certainly enjoy, showing major passion for peach hair. It is a slightly messier cut with a rose, peach and golden combination. Much easier to maintain than those long tresses already seen on this list as well!
21. Summer Peach Hair
You want mermaid peach hair that is summer perfect and still makes you look like a geeky rebellious teenager? Yes, geeky and rebellious were used together. Here is that pinky peach hair color that uses an orange base and gives a very warm final effect, side parted and falling over the shoulders to the waist. There is something almost natural about this mermaid hue and you can enjoy it unashamedly throughout the coming months.
22. Rockin’ Peach
A short bob in a coral peach hair color is a rather interesting addition to aubergine lipstick and very strongly lined eyes. With makeup done to perfection, peach hair can just be the cherry on top that you don’t notice as much as the actual product. This is the case with the current look. The brighter shade of peach hair is definitely one we can invest in though, while the half updo gives the whole concoction a more relaxed atmosphere.
23. Peachy Chic
A short bob that has been straightened and left in a messy side part looks great with the roots grown in a peach hair color. There is a lovely warm shimmer to the peach hair that is all rose and gold, matching incredibly well with the Barbie-style makeup on a delicate heart-shaped face. The balayage coloring looks great, while the whole ‘do is rather easy to maintain if you keep the color right.
24. Bright and Peachy
A very nice Valentine’s Day shade, we see a golden rosy peach take effect and work quite well with the matte crimson lipstick and red shades around the eyes. It is a straightened shoulder-length bob with side-swept hair and long bangs, looking positively delectable for any season of the year.
25. Curling Peach Hair
Massive curls on voluminous peach hair look quite amazing actually, as they show off sexy, edgy and utterly classy all in one lovely package. Layered and falling over the shoulders, the tresses are that of a goddess and look amazing for a night out on the town to party it up until the wee hours of morning. Positive perfection!
26. Peach Class
You are a career-oriented woman and still want to go peach? Why not! A modern straightened slanted bob with a center part works incredibly well, while the darker, more coppery peach hair colors present a classier outlook. It is for a modern woman with a penchant for style, without appearing entirely out of place among the workforce. A deeper rose gold, it certainly attracts the most positive type of attention.
27. Tousled Warm Peach Hair
Tousled waves are always the perfect styling choice for fashion hair colors, including peach hair! This look is particularly warm because in addition to various shades of pinky peach, it is also punched up with pops of pastel orange. It’s perfect summer hair for anyone who’s a little bit daring.
28. Warm Peach Balayage
Dyeing your long, wavy locks a pastel color will instantly make you feel like some sort of video game princess, as would popping on some hair extensions! This long variation on pastel hair has a light balayage near the front of deeper orange, which darkens up the pale peach and adds warmth, which is important for balancing out a warm, medium complexion.
29. Chambray and Peach Magic
Combining blues and peaches might not be an obvious choice, but if your hair colorist is a master, why not? The top part of the hair is dyed a complex peach for that fresh, warm feeling, but a touch of blue and pink streaks on the lower layer of the hair is like a hidden surprise that adds an extreme cool vibe.
30. Bubblegum Peach Waves
If you’re a girly girl, then you have to try a pink-heavy take on peach hair color! This balayage combines true pink tones with peach lowlights, which leads to a complex look that combines undertones in a way that is super unique, yet somehow also natural.
31. Peach and Tangerine Sombre
Like a delicious fruit salad on a hot summer day, this magnificent hair creation immediately makes us salivate! The top of the hair is dyed a true peach hair dye that blends with a warmer tangerine tone at the lower half of the hair, giving a complex and unique sombre effect. Styling the hair in piecey waves completes the summer vibes.
32. Golden Peach Lob
Whether your hair is short, long, or in a super cute lob, a dark root with peach hair can still look healthy, beautiful, and multi-dimensional! This golden peach hair color is especially mesmerizing and extremely flattering to anyone with warmer undertones to their skin!
33. Beachy Peach Lob
Something about tousling straightened hair just looks impossibly chic, and with this take on peach hair it’s also particularly summer-y. You know the phrase strawberry blonde hair? This is a peach blonde, with a ton of natural blonde tones in the hair and just the lightest peach tint. Natural brown roots make it seem even more warm and lived in.
34. Peach Blonde Bombshell
You don’t have to give up your blonde bombshell status to rock peach hair! Threads of pink and peach hair dye run through these long and wavy blonde locks, adding whimsy and femininity without taking anything away. It’s a perfect way for blondes to try fashion hair colors without having to commit!
35. Coppery Peach Dreams
This darker take on peach hair colors gives us all the metallic warmth we could possibly want! This wavy long bob is dyed with gorgeous streaks of peach, strawberry blonde, and copper, looking as shiny and multi-dimensional as possible.
36. Copper Peach Twist
So y’all wanted a twist, eh? How about a twisted updo with gorgeous coppery peach hair! If you’ve been struggling with all the pinky peach looks, this is a nice alternative with lots of shine and a warm copper touch that almost skirts redhead territory. Keeping the roots darker and then wearing part of the hair up is a way to show off that roots are in!
37. Peach Princess with Babylights
You can really feel the peach princess fantasy in this hairstyle! The waves are long, curly, and lush, while super pale blonde babylights give maximum dimension to the lovely peach hair tones.
38. Peach Fringe
It’s common to see fringe haircuts dyed darker colors, but going bright when you have bangs is totally acceptable too! This soft-looking bob haircut looks like a peach cloud, with the top layer a cooler pink tone and a subtle ombre that has the bottom layer dyed a gorgeous peach.
39. Deep Peach Hair Colormelt
If you are committed to having darker hair, have no fear, there are still ways to rock peach hair while keeping things dark! The grown-out roots are key to keeping this look dark, while the melt of deep pink and coppery peach is astoundingly rich.
40. Blonde Peach Balayage
Balayage is the perfect dyeing technique for those who want high impact with low effort! This orange-heavy take on peach hair color is easily achieved by dyeing a typical blonde and brown balayage, but it leads to a warm, flattering look that is oh-so-autumnal.
41. Golden Peach Bob
This bob hairstyle conjures images of melted metal – luxurious yet dangerous. Peach and grapefruit tones reign supreme here, but a touch of gold warms up the look and adds glimmering dimension.
42. Cloud-9 Peach Hair
We love a retro wave, especially when it’s styled to be a little extra soft and cloudy. Take note of the nearly-platinum tone in the center of the hair, which is responsible for all the extra shine and dimension. The pillowy styling and light peach hair color combined look as soft as fantasy world clouds – something we would love to take a nap in!
43. Silver and Peach Waves
We’re so intrigued by this warm peach hair with a silver overlay. It’s a technique that combines two totally unexpected tones, and the effect is definitely striking. The peach itself is heavier on the pink, which keeps things harmonious, while tousled wavy styling adds a soft, modern vibe.
44. Lotus Flower Peach Hair
This combination of colors is inspired by the lotus flower! Magenta roots are like the deeper ends of the flower, with the peach waves representing the petals. The piecey styling makes the inspiration all the clearer and more gorgeous.
45. Sleek Peach Blonde
Keeping things clean, straight and sleek can make you feel extra chic in your peach hair! This take on peach hair is actually very blonde-heavy, with darker peach tones at the roots and in the underlayer of hair, with a predominant strawberry blonde base.
46. Woven Peach Bun
Styling your hair into a cute semi-updo is one of the best ways of showing off a more complex take on peach hair color! Streaks of blonde, peach, and copper work beautifully together to exude warmth just in time for the hot weather!
47. Golden Peach Goddess
These golden peach locks are giving us some serious ethereal vibes! Embrace your inner goddess by aiming for a light, shimmery golden take on peach hair. These shiny curls are truly hard to resist.
48. Gold Peach Shift
These sleek waves almost seem alive, thanks to a subtle shift from golden strawberry blonde to a brighter peach near the face. It’s a soft yet warm take on peach hair that is ideal for blondes with warm undertones.
49. Autumnal Copper and Peach Hair
While most peach hair looks seem ideal for warmer seasons, once the roots are kept dark and a hint of copper hair color is added, the vibrant tone immediately becomes autumn-perfect! Darker roots and orange-heavy peach tones do a fabulous job of echoing the colors of falling leaves.
50. Copper and Peach Marcel Wave
There is something so seductive about the copper touches warming up this peach hair color, especially when paired with the eternally classy Marcel wave. Definitely give this kind of styling a try if you have a retro flare!
51. Platinum Peach Perfection
If you’re not afraid of going extra light with the bleach, trying a platinum take on peach hair color is totally worthwhile! Let your hair shine and gleam with a true pastel tone, like this long and wavy look, which is made up of a mix of warmer tones and icy cool pinks.
52. Feathered Peach Waves
A blend of pastel pinks and oranges is a surefire way of getting a sophisticated peach hair color. The feathered styling in this look is light and breezy, for summer or for when you wish it was summer!
53. Peach Copper Fade
Redheads have the easiest time making peach hair dye work, since their coloring is naturally suited to the peach. Here we see a lovely gradient, where the roots start copper and fade flawlessly into a peach blonde base styled as sleek as can be.
54. Grown Out Peach Balayage
Brunettes, take a look! Peach hair blends super well with ultra-dark, natural roots! A simple balayage is all that’s required, even on a bob haircut, and then it can be tinted a gorgeous peach tone for everyone to admire.
55. Graduated Peach Bob
If you want to up the femininity of your shorter bob, there is no better way to do it than with peach hair dye! It instantly adds a girlish brightness to your look – just glimpse this gorgeous graduated bob, which has been gorgeously augmented with pink, grapefruit, and peach tones for a fun look.
56. Peach and Cotton Candy Lob
Yet another hairstyle, this time a long bob, that proves that peach and pink are the perfect girlish summer combination! The deeper pink at the roots adds all the depth needed to volumize the hair, while the wash of peach through the waves adds a heartwarming effect.
57. Auburn to Peach Colormelt
Many of us would rather avoid bleaching the roots, as it can be extremely damaging. Dyeing them a deep auburn, instead, is a great way to ensure a seamless blend into the ultra-light peach hair tones at the end – just admire this sophisticated colormelt to understand!
58. Golden Peach Balayage
This ultra-shining metallic peach hair is difficult to resist. We love seeing this warmer take on peach hair color utilized in a balayage because it proves just how versatile this color is, and how well it can work for brunettes.
59. Peach Lotus Sombre
Soft peach and deep magenta give us instant lotus flower vibes. Dark pink is an awesome way of doing a cool tone at the roots, while the pastel peach hair color is uniquely complementary warm.
60. Brown and Peach Balayage
It’s rare to see medium brown hair combined with a pastel fashion color, even in a balayage, but you know what? This effect just works! A hint of gold runs through this balayage, tying the light brown and pastel peach hair color together in a look that’ll work for any season.
61. Peachy Pixie
Pixie haircuts are the cutest thing, so of course you’ll want to pair them with one of the cutest hair colors around! This take on solid peach hair is warmer, nearly orange, exuding a lot of vitality and suiting a warm skin tone.
62. Dark and Light Peach Hair
To suit a skin tone that can get easily washed out by pastels, a thread of deeper peach hair dye was applied along the fringe. It’s a great way of wearing ultra-light tones without risking a sickly look, and it makes pastel tones look significantly more complex.
63. Babydoll Peach
If your skin is very fair and neutral, the effect of a pastel peach hair color can be unforgettable! Look at how these long pastel curls soften the features and add princessy charm to a look – especially because they’re styled to look voluminous and healthy!
64. Vertical Peach Gradient
A graduated bob always wins us over, including this metallic peachy ‘do! We’re calling it a vertical gradient because the peach hair changes from lighter near the front where it frames the face to darker and more coppery towards the end of the hair. This gives a striking effect around the face, but saves you from having to bleach your whole head until it’s nearly platinum.
65. Peachy Side Braid
Braids are best for showing off well-streaked peach hair! It somehow emphasizes the complexity of lighter and darker tones in the hair, and brings texture and romance to any look.
66. Tie-Dyed Peach Headband
It’s so easy to get lost in these gorgeous platinum pastel peach curls, but did you notice the little tie-dyed hair section? Bits of neon blue and bright pink pop against the soft peach hair tones.
67. Dirty Pastel Balayage
Thinking of rocking peach hair, but don’t wanna give up on your edgy side? Keeping the roots dark is always a safe bet, but playing around with the length adds a moody grunge vibe, especially when the hair itself is styled into a messy bob.
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