Fashion Trend: Rainbow Coloured Hair

Until recently, the typical hairstyle used on the runway was very basic, usually long and straight.

Then two celebrities started to change it up. It started with the Victoria Beckham inverted bob cut, which was copied by almost everyone, and followed by Rihanna’s bob cut. Then both got the infamous pixie cut.

Well, there is a new kind of hairstyle that is being used by everyone lately, and it doesn’t even require a haircut. It’s rainbow colours!  Seen on the runway, in fashion magazines, and on top celebrities and bloggers, changing your hair colour to a bright Crayola crayon colour must-have for spring. Will you try it?

 Zac Posen had his models wear neon coloured hair extensions in their hair for his spring/summer 2010 runway show.
In the Valentino spring 2010 print ad campaign, model Dree Hemingway changed her locks from blond to, pink.
Proenza Schouler models had long rainbow coloured hair for the spring/summer 2010 show.

Neon hair made to look extra sexy in this Vogue spread shot by Patrick Demarchelier.

Karlie Kloss has blonde, brown, neon pink and purple in this photo shoot.
Designer Giles Deacon sent models with multi-colored hair down his spring/summer 2010 runway.
Lady Gaga pulls off many unique hairstyles, and this pink and purple it sort of normal for the extravagant singer.
Ashley Olsen (with Mary-Kate, right) wear very subtly electric blue, purple, and green streaks.
Marc by Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 09 print campaign features Edie Campbell with blue and green hair dye.
Dree Hemingway rocked subtle pink highlights that worked with her blonde hair.
13 year old fashion blogger Tavi, from Style Rookie is the new fashion darling, and tried the blue hued hair long before it became mainstream.

 

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