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For those that love the edgy feeling of slide one, but want something a touch bolder, this is your look. Choi calls this version she created "lilac shadows" and suggest asking for lilac color over blond highlights. This can even be done over old, grown-out highlights if your base is naturally deeper and won't absorb as much color as your lengths. Choi notes that upkeep is not required: It will eventually fade out to blond and look rad every step of the way. #refinery29…

Let's start off softly — super softly — with L.A. colorist Cherin Choi's take on the trend in its subtlest form. She calls this hue "dusty pink" and suggests asking your colorist to tint "low-maintenance highlights for an easy grow out." Already blond? Ask for just a whisper of gray-ish pink, then keep it looking fresh with a pink-based conditioner. (Try this one from Urban Outfitters.)Pink and gray tones fade fast, so getting an in-salon toner to maintain the color will be necessary more…