NICOLE RICHIE is just freaking awesome in my book. I’m obsessed with her style, her show, Candidly Nicole (and if you haven’t seen it then you need to) and now, her purple hair. She did a nice little fake out on Instagram before actually dying her hair purple, and I give her props for that cause we all love a good prank…but then I got to thinking about how you actually upkeep candy colored hair. I have a hard enough time with my blonde hair and can’t imagine having to deal with anything more than I already do. So, who can actually rock purple hair? I turned to one of my favorite colorists in the biz, GEORGE PAPANIKOLAS, Matrix Celebrity Hairstylist and also the guy who occasionally gives me the BEST balayage.
“Anyone who is fashion forward (can rock it); Considering purple hair doesn’t happen in nature, you don’t need to be too concerned with your skin tone, but you will need to adjust your makeup. Too much and you can start to look like a clown. Nicole tends to keep her make-up natural, which is a nice combination,” says George. And, turns out, I was right when it comes to maintenance. “The upkeep is a full time job,” says George. “The roots need retouching every few weeks, and the pastel toner every few days, otherwise it turns into an uneven platinum blonde.”
I’ll admit that I’m intrigued by the pastel hair color trend, especially since I’m a big Gwen Stefani fan and she basically had hot pink hair for years, but I think for now I’m gonna stick with blonde…though, I seriously love purple hair Nicole.
well, your never gonna find real human hair extensions for cheap, if you want clip ins you can go to the mall and try the kkoiss, or go to beauty supply stores to get synthetic hair(which you cant color or iron.) but you can get human hair extensions thier but it will be expensive. Ag irl I work with bought human hair extensions, about 18 inches for a hundred bucks. good luck!!!