Mermaid Hair Inspiration Galore
If you still haven’t tried out dyeing your hair a crazy colour, you’re missing out darling! A couple of years ago you could use an excuse like it was “not safe for work”, or that people would glance at you on the street, or that it’s toxic for your hair. Nowadays you can throw all these things in the bin, cause they’re absolutely not valid anymore.
The only excuse you could have for not dyeing your hair if you love it, it’s that bleaching it is likely to ruin it a bit: but I’m telling you something, yu can cut your hair, and they do grow up again! If you’re blonde, you have no excuse.
It’s been quite a long since I’ve been addicted on all shades of green, blue, green and blue together, peacock, teal and “mermaid inspiration” in general. So what is generally meant by mermaid hair? Long, wavy, dip dyed or dyed green/blue hair. I have no personal experience with this kind of colour, since I’ve always died my hair in shades of pink! But I sure can suggest you the better brands to do so. Go Directions, Crazy Colour and Manic Panic and you won’t go wrong!
Even celebrities gave up to green/blue hair, and here you are some serious hair-spiration!
Gwen Stefani obviously did it way before Katy Perry and Lady Gaga (it was around 1990 and I was about three years old!). Lady Gaga went a bit too far with her passion for blue hair as well. Someone else tried but didn’t succeed, see Juliette Lewis. She looks quite not right with that colour, she just can’t pull it off! Last but not least, not really mermaid-y, Amber Rose rocking her super short turquoise hair.
Do you need more hair-spiration? Check this Colour Explosion board on Pinterest for more!
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