There are so many different colors in the hair dye rainbow, you shouldn’t limit yourself to just one or two. Pink and purple hair are popular options but there are so many other gorgeous shades to try. You could copy Kesha and try a slimey green hue or go for an unexpected yellow shade. You can even mix two of your favorite shades together and see what interesting color you end up with.
Check out 14 other crazy hair colors you need to try:
1. Bright Yellow
If you are blonde and someone told you that you have yellow hair, you would probably be angry with your colorist. This vibrant shade definitely doesn’t look like blonde-gone-wrong.
Channel your inner patronus with a silvery hair shade. Silver hair is gray’s lighter, whiter cousin.
If you’re looking for something slightly more natural, try this gorgeous peach shade. It’s not that far away from the blonde.
If you’ve already done blue and green, you can combine the two to create a stunning turquoise shade…or you can always go out and buy some new turquoise dye.
5. Emerald Green
Take inspiration from Jared Leto‘s Joker and dye your hair a vivid green shade. If you want to copy the red lipstick, that’s fine but think carefully before you shave off your brows.
6. Gray Blue
Silvery gray hair still remains a popular option. If you’re worried about pure gray hair looking a bit too grandma, try mixing it with some pastel blue.
7. Pale Green
This shade should be known as “green tea.” If you don’t want to dye your eyebrows to match your hair, it will still look great.
Hayley Williams from Paramore helped make this shade popular. It’s like orange pop but in hair form.
9. Deep Teal
If you have naturally dark hair and don’t want to bleach it, this deep blue-green is a good option. It’s up to you if you want to get a matching crazy-colored lipstick.
We’ve had pistachio green courtesy of Kesha and how we have mint. Clearly, this whole borrowing-hair-colors-from-nature thing is working out.
11. Neon Coral
This coral shade is in the pink family but it’s not the expected bubblegum or cotton candy pink hair color. Your hair just might glow in the dark.
You can call this “chartreuse” or “lemon-lime” or you can just call it “bloody awesome.”
Navy is another great option for dark-haired girls who want to skip the bleach. It looks like an inky sky.
If the Starbucks Pumpkin Spiced Latte was turned into a hair color, it would look something like this, and I mean that in the best possible way.
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