pantone colour of the year 2024

#Trending: What is the Pantone Colour Of The Year 2024 and how to hop onto it

As a beauty editor or someone who has worked at a few magazines, the one thing I/we look forward to the most every year is Pantone announcing the colour of the year. I have had countless debates with people who are not from this industry and how it doesn’t really concern or matter to them. And all I am reminded of is Miranda Priestly’s (played by Meryl Streep) monologue from The Devil Wears Prada where Andrea Sachs aka Andy (Anne Hathaway) giggles at Priestly’s difficulty choosing between two similar-looking belts. Priestly, then, in her quintessential iciness tells us how the lumpy blue sweater which she just picked as “stuff” isn’t actually blue, or turquoise, or lapis but cerulean. And how the colour had a trickle-down effect, starting from couture designers who started using the colour first, to department stores and clearance bins. Priestly’s brief lecture talks about the power it holds and how everyone unknowingly becomes a part of the same cerulean trend. Pantone colour of the year is the same sentiment for me. 

What is the Pantone Colour of the Year 2024? 

While Pantone announces its colours mainly for fashion, graphic or multimedia design. You will see the colour  translate into your life in some or the other way, not just fashion or beauty but it could even be your table mats or bedsheets. The Pantone Colour of the Year 2024, will be all about the subtly sensual peach hue—Peach Fuzz—a warm shade that sits between pink and orange and feels kind and tender with a message of caring, sharing, community and collaboration. Pantone describes it as a fresh new approach to a new softness that inspires belonging, calmness, recalibration, an opportunity for nurturing, offering us a space to feel, heal and flourish. 

Here’s how you can incorporate the Pantone Colour of the Year 2024 

For me, what better to celebrate this hue than dressing up my own beauty vanity in the Pantone Colour of the Year 2024, Peach Fuzz.  Here are some of my top picks

  1. Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Blush Wand Pillow Talk in ‘Peach Pop’, ₹3,850
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  1. Kay Beauty Colour Corrector Stick in ‘Peach’, ₹725
pantone colour of the year 2024
  1. Rom&nd Better Than Cheek in ‘Peach Chip’, ₹850
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  1. Dr. PAWPAW Peach Pink Balm, ₹675
pantone colour of the year 2024
  1. Dear Dahlia Paradise Dual Palette in ‘Multi Peach Champagne’,  ₹2,900
pantone colour of the year 2024
  1. Etude House Fixing Tint in ‘Mellow Peach’,  ₹950
pantone colour of the year 2024

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  • Sanjana Salunkhe

    Sanjana Salunkhe, Lavenderoom's Content Head, is a seasoned beauty editor with over eight years of experience, including editorial roles at Vogue, Grazia, and Femina. She has led prestigious beauty events like the Nykaa Femina Beauty Awards and Vogue Beauty Festival. When not writing, she's an avid reader and thriller enthusiast. Sanjana's top beauty advice: "You need sunscreen every day!" Follow her journey at https://www.instagram.com/sanjanasalunkhe

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