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Hailey Baldwin’s Pink Hair Is A Bold Shade For Winter

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Although she teeters between choppy bobs and red carpet-worthy extensions, Hailey Baldwin usually sticks to her tried-and-true hair color: bright blonde. And while opting for darker shades come wintertime tends to be the norm, the 22-year-old model decided to take a wilder route. Yep, Hailey Baldwin dyed her hair pink — and it's so good, you may just be inspired to book yourself a seat at the salon.

Baldwin was photographed while stepping out for coffee in Los Angeles on Jan. 13 with a rose-colored hairstyle. Rather than going for hot pink, neon, or pastel, the newlywed sported a subdued blush tone, suggesting that her stylist may have foregone the bleaching process. She pulled her super-short bob into a middle-parted ponytail, securing it with a '90's-inspired scrunchie. As usual, no flyaway went untamed in her slicked-back updo.

She kept the rest of the look soft and understated in an oversized, gray trench coat, a white sweater, cuffed, white jeans, and a pair of high-top Converse. Baldwin is known for her effortless fusion of feminine and masculine style elements, and Sun.'s look was certainly no exception. She let her fearless hair color steal the show with fresh-faced makeup that emphasized her radiant skin.

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When it comes to pink hair, this isn't Baldwin's first rodeo. In fact, the model debuted a similar shade in May while walking the red carpet at the Met Gala. In a similarly subtle look, Baldwin wore her pink bob in messy waves and completed the style with an angelic flower crown.

During her few months apart from the vibrant tone, other celebrities took the pink hair reigns. Lucy Hale dyed her dark hair pink with help from her stylist, Kristin Ess, while Khloe Kardashian briefly donned the color last month before returning to platinum blonde. Even iconic actor, Julia Roberts, experimented with the trend (by accident) while appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live in Nov. After a night spent trick-or-treating dressed as a flamingo, Roberts couldn't manage to wash it out in time for her talk show slot.

If you've already made your appointment to try out the adventurous trend for yourself, you'll want to add a few crucial items to your hair product collection. Invest in color-safe shampoos, conditioners, scrubs, and more to ensure your new shade will last as long as you'd like it to.

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Salon Professional Technician Color Care Shampoo

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Pastel Pink Daily Conditioner

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Power Drops Color Preservation Booster

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Apple Cider Vinegar Scalp Scrub

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