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She’s drifted between auburn and strawberry blonde shades with ease, but Bella Thorne has now ditched those subtle hues in favour of a more daring look.

The former Disney star took to Instagram yesterday to reveal the effects of an intense red dye job, one which was finished with a solid dose of highlighter green dip-dye.

The 19-year-old actress was not alone in making this drastic transition as she was joined by her sister Dani who displayed their matching tresses online.

 

My chick bad @bellathorne Hair by: @ronacolor @josephmichael_hair Jackets: @georgiamaethelabel

A photo posted by Dani Thorne (@dani_thorne) on

“It’s a twin thing,” wrote Dani in a statement which was soon echoed by Bella who said: “Nobody better to twin everything with then my other half (sic).”

 

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Once upon a time weddings were expected to be loving, celebratory but traditional occasions.

But now thanks the progression of more alternative bridal movements, a couple’s big day can be tailored to reflect the personalities of those who are being honoured.

While sequined, coloured and even cropped bridal gowns are now relatively commonplace, there is one unique bridal trend that’s got everyone talking.

Introducing the dip-dyed wedding dress: A gown that looks traditional for the most part but trails off into a whirlwind of colour at the end.

While there is huge variation within this trend, it has received a lot of online attention in recent months.

Artist Taylor Ann Linko airbrushed the tail of her gown with strong sunset style colours which perfectly complimented her multi-coloured hair and bouquet to create this striking look.

Meanwhile Today has reported that British designer Lucy Scragg decided to “shake things up a bit” by applying a bright blue colour to her lace-topped gown.

 

 

And designer Traci Hines used the trend to enhance her Little Mermaid themed photoshoot.

Feat image: bossinacouture.com

Taylor Ann Linko pictures: taylorannart.com

Lucy Scragg pictures: Instagram @lucy_cant_dance

Traci Hines pictures: boredpanda.com

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Your hair colour doesn't just have to be blonde, brown or black these days.

From your fave Starbucks drink to puddles of gasoline, colourists are taking their inspiration from anything and everything – with VERY exciting results.

Here are a few we're gagging to try…

1. Pumpkin Spice hair
Have hair as basic as your beverage with this new autumn colour trend, which sees hair dyed a rich shade of red with copper undertones. Looking to get on board? Ask your colourist for a "soft copper hue."

 

2. Oil slick hair
This one is perfect for brunettes, as it involves no bleaching. Shades of dark purple and green are layered onto brown or black hair, giving an iridescent look that looks strangely like a puddle of gasoline. The colours last longer than lighter shades like red and pink too, so there's far less upkeep involved.

 

A photo posted by Kasey O'Hara™ (@hairbykaseyoh) on

 

3. Colour-block dip dye
Could this look be any more Gwen Stefani? The rocker first stepped out with purple and black hued hair shortly after announcing her divorce from Gavin Rossdale, and she updated the ends to a brighter blue this week. Yes, you need some serous hair confidence to pull it off, but we love the results.

 

4. Sand art hair
This high-intensity colour burst is named after those childhood sand art projects we were all forced to do in primary school. Hair is separated into sections, with a layer of green, pink, blue or purple applied to each piece. Neon nostalgia… we love it.

 

A photo posted by Kelly 0 (@hairbymisskellyo) on

 

5. Opal hair
Go for a softer take on the 'rainbow hair' trend with this opalescent look. First, hair is lightened to a pearl pink colour (not too far off grey), and then layers of colour are added for a washed-out, lightly coloured look.

 

6. Pixel hair
This one has been knocking around since early 2015, but we're still trying to wrap our heads around the mind-blowing effect. The 'splashlights' effect is achieved by colouring square blocks of hair and then blending each section together.

 

A photo posted by Philip Ring (@phildoeshair) on

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