Crazy-colored hair continues to become more and more popular. Pastel hair, granny chic gray manes and brights and neons are all competing for the most popular hair color. There’s even the crazy-colored armpit hair trend. Once you start dyeing your hair vibrant shades, you’ll probably be tempted to try more than one color. Half-and-half dye jobs are taking over Instagram, but if two colors aren’t enough for you, you can go for a proper rainbow look.
Take a look at these 17 multicolored dye jobs for inspiration:
These two shades work so well together. It’s blueberries meets boysenberries. If you are unsure about the popular half-and-half hair, this is a great way to rock two colors at once.
2. Neon Rainbow
Unleash your inner Rainbow Brite with a proper ROYGBIV dye job. You don’t need to have long, mermaid looks to achieve the look. It would still work on short hair.
If you’ve tried pastel pink and purple, why not combine them together and throw in a bit of mint green? This shows pastel hair can be just as eye-catching as brights.
Instead of going for an all-over rainbow color, focus it on one area. This multicolored look on the ends of the hair is a fresh take on classic ombre hair.
5. Fiery Shades
A yellow to red gradient look is intense. The shot of neon greenish-yellow is surprising but works very well with the other shades.
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6. Rainbow Back
If you are always wearing your hair up to get it off your sweaty neck, add some interest to your updo with a rainbow back. If you want a bit of rainbow in the front, try one of these makeup looks.
Cotton candy pink with lilac is one of the most popular hair color combinations. When you look at photos like this, it’s easy to see why.
8. Rainbow Ends
If you don’t want to have to deal with visible roots, check out these rainbow tips. You can keep your natural hair color and your hair looks really, really good when you’re headbanging.
Multicolored hairstyles look as good pulled back as they do down. Forget fishtail braids, everyone is going to be practicing how to do a braid on the back of their heads.
A horizontal gradient is probably the first thing most people think of but this vertical gradient around your head is very pretty. Good luck deciding what colors you want framing your face.
Here’s a great style idea for short-haired girls. This works so well with the haircut. Matching your lipstick and eyeshadow to your crazy-colored hair is always fun.
Gray hair is still giving pastel hair colors some competition for most popular crazy hair color. Try two trends at once by mixing them together. While you’re at it, add a few bright colors.
13. Cool Highlights
This is the opposite of the fiery hair colors. It looks a bit like the ocean, if the sea was flecked with funky purple pieces.
It will get a bit tedious dyeing four inches of your hair six different colors, but if you don’t give up after the green, you’ll be glad you completed the rainbow.
Don’t just pair your pastels with other pastels. Mix-and-match your pastels and neons. Or you can mix them together and come up with a new color.
Your gray, blue and silver hair will look just as good when it’s not in a braid, I promise.
This will take some skill, as well as a good layered hair cut, but check out the results. You can attempt the dye job, but it’s probably best to go to the salon to get a similar haircut.