Ever since the ombre trend evolved from subtle, natural tones into the ever-so-colourful rainbow hair, celebs have been showcasing a whole range of hues.
Whilst it seemed at first this fashion would be long gone once festival season was over, it looks like ultra colourful locks are here to stay!
The other day Rita Ora debuted newly dyed red and blue locks whilst out in Hollywood, and ebay.co.uk has since seen sales of pink hair dye soar by +128% and purple by +166%. There's a whole loada crayola creations on the horizon.
Although at first glance this might look like a drastic, life altering hairstyle, that's not actually the case - here's how to get in on the act, whether you're after mermaid inspired pastels like Britney Spears, or Rita's bright and bold 'do.
Crazy Colour is a semi-permanent hair colour available in 13 rainbow bright hues, perfect for a fun update without committing to a lifetime of neon locks.
Their Marshmallow, Candy-floss and Bubblegum Blue shades create a pastel blend of colour that will be sure to turn heads. RRP £6.98 from sallyexpress.com
Seeing as this look is all about making a colourful impact, it's vital to ensure those locks stay bright. Maria Nila Colour Refresh is a nourishing masque with colour pigments that help make colours pop. Perfect for freshening and boosting hair. RRP £16.99 from sallyexpress.com
Prevent coloured hair becoming brittle and dull with a couple drops of 100% Australian Jojoba. This is not an oil or a serum but a wax ester, The product latches onto the keratin, helping to vanish split ends, and helping to ensure hair stays strong, glossy and soft.
If the thought of transforming your locks into multicoloured rainbow leaves you in a cold sweat, make like Gigi Hadid who opted for a subtle take with blue dip-dyed tips.
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