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Date: 16.10.2018, 06:53 / View: 31283

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Shades of Lilac

If you don't want a totally solid 'do, add a contrasting color to the under layers — and what color complements pale purple hair more than pastel pink?

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Dip-Dyed Violet

If you're too afraid to bleach all your hair but still want to rock a vivid color, ask your stylist to just dye the bottom half of your hair.

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Lavender With Roots

Visible roots are super popular right now, so rather than rushing to the salon the second you have a bit of brown at the top of your head, let it grow out for an inch or two and enjoy your trendy look.

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Indigo Blend

Love blue and purple? You don't have to pick just one! Try blending them together for bluish purple (dare we say "blurple"?) shade that's totally unique.

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Neon Amethyst

This shockingly bright color isn't easy to achieve (and is probably tough to maintain), but if you absolutely love wild shades, it's worth the effort.

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Dusty Mauve

Short hair looks especially cool with an unnatural shade — plus, if you don't like it, it's way easier to grow out than if you have longer locks! This smokey pinkish-purple will make your eyes stand out, especially if you love to wear purple makeup.

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Bright Eggplant

If you love having dark hair but are sick of , try using a deep purple hue all over your hair. It's less drastic than a pastel color, but still offers a big change.

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Touch of Periwinkle

For people worried about dyeing their hair an unnatural color, adding a little dash of purple to just one side of hair is an easy way test the waters.

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Boysenberry

This juicy color is the perfect shade for someone with a warmer complexion who's not afraid to go big and bold with their hair color.

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Pastel Lilac

Few beauty trends are as delicate and pretty as the pale purple hair that's all over Instagram and the red carpet alike. Pastel hair isn't easy to maintain, but if you follow , you can get your dyed locks as healthy as this style star's in no time.

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Blended Orchid

Highlights and lowlights are typically applied to blonde, brown, and red hair, but you can use the same concept on your wilder hair colors, too, making it look that much more "natural."

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Bright Violet

Channel your inner sci-fi hero with a striking purple color. Chop your hair into a with to copy this cool look to a T.

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Lilac Tips

Get a little peek of purple by coloring just the bottom inch or two of your hair. For the front sections, start the purple at eye level to .

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Amethyst Highlights

Out: brown hair with blonde highlights. In: brown hair with sparkling purple highlights! If you love the look of dark hair but want a little extra oomph, ask your stylist for thin purple streaks throughout.

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Smokey Purple Ombre

The is showing no signs of stopping, but it is getting more creative. If you want to try this stunning color gradient, dye the top portion of your hair a deep espresso brown and transition it into a dusky deep violet.

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Silvery Violet

This shimmery, almost metallic color of purple is a totally unique shade that's so elegant in any updo. Bonus: If you love the look of gray hair, this will likely fade to a silvery gray shade, so you can try that trend out, too.

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Pale Periwinkle

This smoothly styled with simple beach waves looks so good, it's almost like she was born with it. Almost.

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Bold Magenta

For a striking two-tone hair combo, use shimmering magenta on the top half of your hair and transition into a bright violet towards the bottom.

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Purple Colombre

The is the perfect style for people who want to add a funky shade to their 'do, but don't want an allover solid hue.

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Pale Orchid

Solid dusty purple is so chic when cut into a . Bonus: This style still looks cool with a little bit of grown-out root, so you don't have to be too fussy with immediate upkeep.

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Vivid Grape

If you want to be extra bold, use multiple shades of bright plum and violet to create one fierce color combination.

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Solid Lavender

If you have a and have always wanted to experiment with a funky unnatural shade, an allover lilac color looks totally glamorous.

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