Manic Panic Pastel CollectionIf you are busy admiring all of the pretty sunset hair colors and rainbow roots dye jobs, do not finalize your latest hair color decision just yet because there is something important you will want to factor in. Manic Panic, aka the creators behind everyone’s favorite crazy hair colors, is launching a new pastel hair color range.

(Related: The Manic Panic Jem and the Holograms Collection Is a Match Made in Hair Color Heaven)

First Manic Panic gave us the brilliant Jem and the Holograms collection, and now they have given us more reasons to be obsessed with pastel hair. (We don’t need any more, but we will gladly take them.) The collection features five semi-permanent hair color creams that cover all your pastels from mint green to purple. The dyes are vegan, PPD-free, paraben-free, and ammonia-free.

If you are a fan of the Pantone Colors of the Year for 2016, Rose Quartz and Serenity, you can get a Pantone-inspired dye job thanks to the new collection. The Blue Angel and Fleurs du Mal Semi-Permanent Hair Color Creams, complement Serenity and Rose Quartz, respectively. Blue Angel is a dusty shade that will remind you of a clear blue sky on a spring day, while Fleurs du Mal is inspired by a soft pink flower. Both shades evoke that calming feel that Pantone described with their picks, and the dyes would work perfectly with Sephora‘s Pantone Color of the Year 2016 collection.

(Related: Sephora’s Pantone Color of the Year 2016 Collection Shows You How to Wear Serenity and Rose Quartz)

Before you run out to the drugstore and buy every color, note that you are going to have to wait a bit longer before you are able to get your hands on the collection. Manic Panic’s pastel range will be able in spring 2016. Each semi-permanent hair color cream will sell for $13.99.

Take a look at the colors in Manic Panic’s upcoming line:

1. Blue AngelManic Panic  Blue Angel

This is one of the aforementioned colors that you can get your Pantone Color of the Year 2016 dye job from. You can wear it by itself, but the proper way to do it is with the Fleurs du Mal shade.

2. DreamsicleManic Panic Dreamsicle

Here is the color you need for sunset hair. Imagine this mixed in with a bit of fuchsia and red. It would be as pretty as an actual sunset. It would also look great as a dip-dyed look on brunettes.

3. Fleurs du MalManic Panic Fleurs du Mal

This pale pink is the partner to Blue Angel. Pastel pink hair is always a popular option. Your hair will look like cotton candy, if you use this shade–and that is a good thing.

4. Sea NymphManic Panic Sea Nymph

This mint color is perfect if you have already tried blue, pink and purple hair, and you are looking for something different. Imagine what it would look like under black light.

5. Velvet VioletManic Panic  Velvet Violet

Imagine this in a galaxy hair dye job. It would look especially good paired with Sea Nymph and a touch of Blue Angel.

Are you feeling inspired yet? You will have to wait a few more months to get your hands on Manic Panic’s new pastel shades, but you can busy the time figuring out how exactly you are going to dye your hair. With so many pretty colors to choose from and numerous funky hair dye jobs, it is difficult to decide which direction to go first.

Manic Panic’s new pastels hair dye range will be available in spring 2016 and each hair color will sell for $13.99!

(Photos: Manic Panic)