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Khloe Kardashian Used L’Oreal Paris Temporary Hair Color Spray to Dye Her ‘Do Pink

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Khloe Kardashian/Instagram

If we’re being honest, we didn’t see pink becoming a big holiday color, but somehow it’s seeming more and more like the successor to its sister red for the festive throne  — and that includes in the world of hair color. On the heels of Ashley Tisdale debuting a bubblegum pink hue last week, celeb hair guru Andrew Fitzsimons shared on Instagram over the weekend that he had just given Khloe Kardashian a icy rose ‘do — and now we know exactly how to recreate it (hint: all it takes is a trip to the drugstore!).

In an Instagram post on Sunday, December 16, Fitzsimons showed off the Keeping Up the Kardashians star’s freshly colored tresses. “💕One of the biggest hearts I know💖 Today with @KhloeKardashian,” he captioned the cute pic, in which True’s mama has cotton candy-like locks and rosy makeup to match.

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Lighter and brighter than the usual pastel hair shade, Kardashian’s color — complete with a bombshell bedhead blowout — feels like an updated take on trend, and Fitzsimons used the $9.99 L’Oréal Paris Colorista 1-Day Spray in Pastel Pink to perfect the hue.

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The temporary color mist comes in 10 shades ranging from metallics (think: silver and rose gold) to brights (i.e. hot pink, purple, blue) that disappear after one wash. While lighter shades like the reality star’s baby pink show up best on a blonde or platinum base, the pigmented formula can be used on any hair type or color.

To craft Kardashian’s lived-in waves, the hair pro first added flat iron bends here and there for a bit of body and texture. He then sprayed the color mist throughout, brushing it through where needed, for a more subtle effect that incorporated her icy blonde base.

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And while Fitzsimons used the Colorista spray from root to tip, it can also be misted in more targeted areas to create highlights, lowlights and everything in between.

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