Normally colored hair is reserved for semi-rebellious teens, Britney Spears in 2008, and pop stars who self identify as “Barbies,” I mean Nicki Minaj. But colored hair has been quite a fad even amongst the “regulars” in Hollywood.
Spring is all about brightly colored hair, but specifically the new trend is the blue dipped dye hair.
Jamie King accented her blonde bob by dying the ends of her hair various shades of bright blue. The blue dip-dye is for the girl who doesn’t want to commit to a full Katy Perry head of allover blue.
Kate Bosworth is also rocking a turquoise dip dye job. She covers the May 2012 issue for Company UK and rocks pin straight strands with several inches of turquoise.
Chloe Moretz recently turned heads with some bright pink strands in her hair.
Ashley Benson dipped the ends of her strands in bubblegum pink for her role in new movie “Spring Breakers.”
Even January Jones took a break from
being boring simplicity to rock some soft pink highlights in her hair, or as Jones put it, “[I wanted] something different and fun.”
This trend is like dipping your hair in watercolor. Pastels work better if you have light hair and deeper colors like fuchsia and purple work better if you have dark brown or black hair.
Selena Gomez once debuted some crayola colored extensions a few months back, but hers were just temporary.