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Demi Lovato's got teal hair, and she really don't care!
The 'Neon Lights' singer, 22, has tried almost every color in the rainbow on her hair: pink, blue, purple, and red, to start. But on Sunday, Oct. 5, Lovato debuted one more shade: teal blue!
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'#tealhairdontcare,' Lovato, currently on a world tour, captioned an Instagram photo featuring her naturally brown tresses, dipped from the nape of her neck down to the ends in the vibrant hue. A leopard top, floral skirt, tights, and biker boots completed the pop singer's bold look.
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But she's not the first person to debut brightly colored ends this past week! Vanessa Hudgens dyed her ends a fall-inspired shade of red on Oct. 2, while her best friend, Ashley Tisdale, dipped hers a soft shade of lavender blue on Sept. 26.
If you want to try the colorful ombre update on your own hair, follow L'Oreal Celebrity Consulting Colorist Kari Hill 's tips. 'The great thing with ombré is that you keep the color around your face, thus if done correctly it can really compliment your skin tone,' Hill tells . 'Red ends work well for brunettes with olive skin tones. If you are wanting to do green or blue ends, you need to have a lighter skin tone and lighter hair, or you'll have to lighten your hair to achieve the look.'
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To get the job done at home, Hill recommends the L'Oreal Paris Feria Ombre kit, a package she says is especially for brunettes who want to experiment. '[The kit] will only take you a couple shades lighter than a natural brown color, and you do not have to pre-lighten your hair,' Hill explains.
There's one more option for colorers not ready to take the bleach plunge: 'If you want to try the look out before bleaching your ends, it is best to get colored hair extensions,' says Hill.
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The exciting news is that if and when you do decide to bleach, you won't have to bleach more than once because it's not about perfect roots. So you can try multiple colors in succession without worrying about doing any serious damage.
Would you try the bright ombre hair trend? Tweet with using hashtag #stylebyUs!