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I think it only happens with shinies

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Then it'd be because they're shiny.

And Pink Pokeball? I think that's Pokerus which is a little smiley once "cured"
maybe he is refering to the contest ribbon
i am a GIRL

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The "shiny mark" happens regularly when a shiny Pokemon comes out of it's Pokeball. As for the "Pink Pokeball" I don't know what it is. If you are talking about this -> this, then that is the Pokerus cured sign, but it doesn't appear when a Pokemon is sent out to battle, it appears in the Pokemon's summary. If you are talking about this -> this2 being the shiny mark you are talking about the Pokemon's summary.

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If your Gardevoir has beaten Master Rank for all five Contest Spectacular types, when you send it out to battle, a pink ribbon will appear when it comes out of it's Pokeball.
>If you manage to win Master Rank Contest in all five types with a single Pokémon, then it's very special. This Pokémon will get given a special ribbon known as the Contest Star Ribon.
But that's not all. When you send this Pokémon out into battle afterwards, it has got a special animation which shows a shine and a faint ribbon over it, proving that it truly is a Contest Star.

Hopefully that explains it better than I can.
Also, some of the credit for this answer goes to SapphireDiancie for reminding me about the pink ribbon.

Hope I helped!

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I know what the shiny mark is. I just noticed that my Level 100 shiny gardevoir has a pink pokeball above its head. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that in the pokeblock thingie it star is all filled up?
If a pink pokeball flashes for a moment it means that you beat master rank of all contests with that one Pokémon.
Its not a pink pokeball, its a pink ribbon
I looked at this more and found some stuff on the pink ribbon...
Thats it the contest thing! thx
i just really want it on my delcatty so now i know how
Its a pink pokeball with a ribbon (the "logo" for contests)