Madonna Reveals New Rose-Colored Locks

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Pop icon Madonna had a little fun with her quarantine hair look, revealing rose-colored locks.

According to colorist Nicola Clarke, her hue was created with Crazy Color's semi-permanent cream in Candy Floss. “It was soft, pretty, and the perfect pink,” wrote Clarke on Instagram. She added Virtue Labs Pro Color Kick to the formula, to maintain quality, and foil highlighted as many as she could fit, then high-lift tinted in between.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

💗Pink 💗 I did everything as we normally do , I love to add @virtuelabs_pro #colorkick in all my formulas, especially to my bleach. It maintains the quality of the hair and the colour . I foil highlight as many foils as I possibly can fit in, then high lift tint in between. I love @schwarzkopfprouk blondes. I mixed and tested pinks of my own but ended up using a pre mixed @crazycolorltd candy floss it was soft , pretty and the perfect pink . I feel honoured to work with creative people and being able to work along side @andylecompte , he’s attention to detail is off the chart it’s an absolute privilege. Never too old to learn , surround yourself with creative and like minded people 💗💓💞 #blessed #nicolaclarkeatjohnfrieda #nicolaclarkeatjohnfrieda @nicolaclarkecolour #madonna #pinkhair

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