Color Me Cool: Colorful Hair

While watching the Fall New York Fashion Week shows, I have noticed that there is a resurgance of colorful hair on models on the runways. I have always loved colorful hair and like the idea of self expression through dyeing your hair! Going bleach blonde is nothing new, but it has never felt so fresh for this Spring. These are some of my favorite colorful hair looks over the years.

Purple Reign

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Bleached Blondie

Kelly Bundy circa 1990 is probably most iconic fashion bleach blonde that I can think of. It makes us want to grab the peroxide.

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Pink Baby

During the Pre-Fall 2014 Fashion Shows, Giambatista Valli featured a model with baby pink colored hair and it gave me nostalgia to Gwen Stefani’s pink hair circa Return of Saturn (we all remember No Doubt’s Simple Kind of Life music video).

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via http://www.style.com

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Hayley Williams’ of Paramore has pretty sick half-pink and half-orange hair right now!

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Hate it or love it, Nicki Minaj brought pink hair on the hip hop map.

Got The Blues

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My longtime homegirl Clarissa San Diego rocks electric blue and green streaks, we are diggin’ it!

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Auburn Reds and Browns


Going dark red or brown for Spring is the perfect transition from winter. It feels good to change!

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My fellow fashionista friend Kimmy recently went dark brown and rocks it for Spring!

If dyeing your hair isn’t your preference, or you want something less permanent for change, try expressing yourself with different colors or styles of outfits that you wouldn’t normally. I love how these women express themselves with colorblocking:

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**A majority of these photos do not belong to me!

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Don’t Call It A Comeback: Fre$h Fades

     After four to five years of shaving my head bald with a zero notch with clippers, I decided to switch it up and grow my hair out again.  I always rocked either a long afro especially during the summer (its the hippie in me!) or a bald fade when I was younger, so I decided to go with the latter and rock a fade!  Now the question was, how do I decide what kind of fade do I get?

                  Low Bald Fade

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     This is the cut i’m similarly rocking now.  This cut is good for someone with a larger sized head because the fade begins farther back on your head and makes it appear a little smaller.   
                   
          
                 High Bald Fade

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  (Photo credit: http://www.renegadebarbershop.com)
             

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(Photo credit: http://www.therichbarber.com)

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  Rihanna started a movement all over again for women       worldwide

             The high/high and tight bald fade just begins right behind your head and suits people with smaller sized heads and has a more extreme feel because its more head that is exposed. 

                Straight Up Steez

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     I didn’t realize how popular the fade haircut has gotten over the past year, especially with the explosion of 1990s nostalgia everywhere in the mainstream nowadays. I love it because I have a huge connection and love for all things 90s! It’s all about how you rock it and have fun with your hair! 

My Boy Tim Rocking the Low Fade

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Styled by Andy at DiPietro Salon. San Francisco, CA

Steve & his Steez rocking a High Fade

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Styled at DZ&Y San Francisco, Ca

Oh and me rocking a low bald fade!

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Styled by Phom at DZ&Y San Francisco, Ca

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