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The 10 Wildest Women's Hairstyles of 2016

Pastel Hair

Pastel-colored hair is achieved by bleaching your hair, then dyeing it a gorgeous shade of pastel pink, blue, or purple. Many celebs have been seen rocking this wonderfully light shade, but the key to pulling it off is a great hairstyle. A half updo with big volume pairs beautifully with pastel colors to create an eye-catching look.

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The Colored Part

One hair trend has emerged that is perfect for those who don’t want to commit to dyeing their whole mane: the colored part. This intriguing look is achieved by only dyeing the roots around your part and leaving the rest of your hair untouched. If you aren’t feeling the color one day, you can throw your hair in a ponytail. It won’t even be visible!

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Smoky Lilac

If you’re looking for a hair trend that is a little bit wild, yet can still be worn to the office, the smoky lilac trend is your new best friend! This hair color is achieved by dyeing your hair gray but with purple hues mixed in. Such a color will give you a mysterious and ethereal look, no matter your hair type. 

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Fire Hair

With autumn, campfires, and s’mores approaching, you’re going to want to try out this fresh hair trend! Fire hair consists of an ombre dye that moves from dark red at the roots to a light orange at the tips. This style is unexpected, yet elegant, which makes it perfect for ladies who want to try something new without deviating too much from natural hair colors. 

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Colorombre

Colorombre is a great way to add a little craziness to your hair routine without completely abandoning your natural hair color. Colorombre consists of dyeing the ends of your hair one of the bold colors of the rainbow and working that color gradually up to your roots, resulting in a natural-looking transition. 

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Hair Contouring

You’ve probably heard contouring used in reference to makeup, but we’ll bet that you haven’t heard of contouring hair color. This out-of-the-box idea consists of strategically coloring pieces of hair lighter or darker to effectively change your face shape. Who would have thought hair color could make that much of a difference?

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Compound Coloring

If you have dark hair and don’t want to bleach it, you may want to consider compound coloring. This technique entails layering two or more colors per section of your hair to create a purple/blue/green gradient that looks out of this world!

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Hidden Rainbow

One of the most inventive hair trends that has emerged this year is the “hidden rainbow” trend. This look is achieved by only dyeing the section of hair that is underneath your top layers but still above your bottom layers. (You need to have relatively thick hair to pull off this trend.) By doing so, your rainbow locks will only be visible when your hair is half up. 

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Galaxy Hair

Have you ever looked a photo of the galaxy and thought it would make a great hair color? Some people have! If you want your hair to resemble distant galaxies, you’ll have to dye it a myriad of bright pinks, turquoises, and purples. A style like this would require a lot of upkeep, but you can bet that it will make you an Instagram sensation.

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Watermelon Hair

Last but not least is the perfect ode to summer: watermelon hair. Watermelon hair is essentially an ombre dye-job that transitions from vivid greens at the roots to bright pinks at the ends. This color will definitely turn heads! 

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