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Light pink highlights on blond hair look supremely soft and feminine. It's a bold, vivid color to put in your hair, but the lightness of the pink blends more nicely with the blond and looks really girlie and glamorous. Now all you need to do is style your hair to ensure you're showing off your gorgeous color in all the right ways. Whether you have the pink added around the top or bottom layer of your hair, or all over, you can display it well.
A sleek straight style shows off color all around your head, so no matter where those pink highlights are placed, they'll have all the attention. Work a small amount of straightening balm through your hair while it's damp, then blow-dry it -- work in small sections from the bottom of your head up to ensure there aren't any wet spots left over. Flat-iron your hair to really smooth it out and finish with a dab of a shine-enhancing serum.
Tousled waves are always sexy and fun; it's an ideal, playful style to go along with your pink-on-blond highlights. Work some styling gel and leave-in conditioner through your locks -- this gives you some hold, without making your hair too stiff -- and scrunch your hair with your hands. Let it air-dry -- no touching, please -- so you get defined waves without the frizz.
If you've got bold pink highlights in your hair, you might as well try a hairstyle that's just as brazen. Show off your confidence with a faux-hawk style; similar to a Mohawk, only it works on short to long hair and you don't need the sides of your head buzzed. Slick the side sections of your hair back after dampening them with some spray gel, sliding in bobby pins up along the sides to hold the hair in place. Tease around the top strip of hair, centered down your head running from your front hairline to the crown of your head -- or all the way down for an even bolder look. Teasing with hairspray and a back-combing brush creates texture and tension in the hair so it stays poufed up like a Mohawk.
A loose, effortlessly chic wavy style with small, skinny braids looks slightly undone and uber-girlie. It goes really well with the light blond and pink colors in your hair and is way easier than it looks. Part your hair to the side and create big, defined curls around the ends of your hair with a large-barrel curling iron. Go over your hair with a paddle brush to break the curls up, then add in a few skinny braids -- braid down sections each about one-inch-wide -- securing the ends of each with a small, clear hair elastic.