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2018 has gifted us with some seriously eccentric beauty trends, we’ve had squiggly eyebrows, glitter tongues, teeth nails, pimple nails, corkscrew nails and coat hanger brows.

However, the year of weirdness isn't quite over, we think we’ve found the strangest craze yet: RAINBOW TEETH.

Yup, dental dye for your pearly whites. People are legit painting their teeth with dental dye to match their outfits.

Seems a bit like The Capitol from the Hunger Games:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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We have GOT to see the rainbow trend in action. CHRŌM have released a range of 10 colours for fashion followers to try: light pink, a slightly darker pink, baby blue, a slightly darker blue, mint green, yellow, light gold, dark gold, silver, and copper.

Each pastel shade has its own sugary sweet name, from 'Candy Floss', ‘Sunshine’ to 'Fairy Dust'. Unforch, it’s not edible and doesn’t have a taste.

We reckon if it tasted like actual Candy Floss they’d get a lot more business from those of us with a sweet tooth.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The polish works in the same way as nail polish and stays on your teeth for up to 24 hours. The colour doesn't smudge while eating, and all you have to do to remove the polish is brush your teeth and it's gone.

It sounds pretty weird alright, but the creator David Silverstein claims that the trend is completely taking off.

In an interview with the New York Post, he commented "We see this becoming commonplace – everything from a club vibe to an everyday workplace fashion accent."

"Perhaps you go to work with one tooth that matches your nail polish or your hair colour."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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He’s a creative man, that’s for sure.

Silverstein says the product's solvent is made from a grain alcohol base and that the pigments comply with the Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act.

He declined to disclose CHRŌM's full ingredient list for proprietary reasons, but added that the tooth polish is 100% safe and formulated by dentists: “It doesn't stain your teeth, and it's not permanent."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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A dentist with NYC Smile Design, Dr. Ramin Tabib, was interviewed about the product and stated that "I have no idea what's in this product and the safety long term. Seems like the company does not want to give the ingredients out and they are calling it proprietary.”

Hmm, potential shadiness there.

Silverstein also revealed that the brand is aiming to release a glittery version of the product soon.

It’s ideal for Halloween, but would you wear the product in your everyday life?

We say go for it, your colourful smile will be catching many an eye.

Feature image: Instagram/@chromtoothpolish

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She certainly LOVES to experiment with different hair colours and styles – usually with the aid of a wig. Yes, Kylie Jenner has in recent months sported everything from bronde, to blonde to blue tresses.

Just at the weekend, in fact, she wore a jet-black fringed wig to the VMAs in Los Angeles.  

Now, the 18-year-old reality TV star has revealed the reason behind her regular use of artificial locks: her hair was seriously damaged after years of dyeing, styling and straightening.

Finally, however, she has returned to her natural locks – opting for dramatic "ashy dirty blonde" for the autumn. 

Taking to Instagram, a platform on which she boasts some 34.5million followers, she explained that it "took months of not dyeing my hair and wearing wigs to get my hair back to health so I can do this!!"

Admitting that the transformation took a full day, she added: "But this shits a process!" Ms Jenner concluded with: "I'm coming for u khloé!" – referring to her light-haired older sister and the inspiration behind her new look.

Marking her recent 18th birthday with a celebration in an LA nightclub, Kylie wore a long blonde wig for the occasion. She's also experimented with a 'bronde' version – and earlier this year had a mop of blue locks.

Here, SHEmazing! takes a look at some of Ms Jenner's recent styles…

 

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No matter what colour you choose to dye your hair, you are going to spend a good chunk of money getting it right.

Whether you dye your hair a different colour every month or you've had the same hue for years, the challenge is always to make that 'just-done' look last.

However, you actually CAN make that vibrancy hold firm for longer with just a few easy tips and tricks of the trade.

Yes, changing your hair routine in a few simple ways can be seriously effective…

 

Prep your hair before colouring

This can be done one or two days before you go to get your colour in. Use a chelating or clarifying shampoo to remove styling product build-up. This will stop the colour from fading after you've dyed it and also put some moisture into your locks. 

 

Avoid hot showers

Hot water dries out your hair and also decreases the life of your hair colour. The temperature will open up your cuticle which then releases the hair colour. Try to wash your hair with room-temperature water and then when you have rinsed, blast your hair with cold water to lock in all the moisture.  

 

Swimming caution

Swimming in chlorine can dramatically reduce the time you get out of your hair colour. All you have to do is put in a hair protector with SPF, especially if you're on holidays in the sun. This will act as a barrier so the chlorine won't damage your tresses. 

 

Don't overuse hot tools

Hot tools such as blow dryers and straighteners actually speed up the process of colour fading. Try not to use them every day and use a heat protector spray when you do. 

 

Try a shower filter

These can be bought at plenty of hardware stores. Water coming from your shower head has lots of chemicals, chlorine and minerals in it that can strip your hair quicker. Using these handy filters will stop your colour from going down the drain. 

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Lily Allen rarely strays away from her dark hair colour – until now!

The singer has been spotted sporting a brand new look, but we’re not so sure about it.

Lily has dyed parts of her hair a flame red, but we think she should have gone the whole way!

She also uploaded images of her new ‘do to her Instagram account and is clearly loving her new look.

What do you think of Lily’s new hairstyle? Hit or miss?

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Vanessa Hudgens took to her Instagram account to début her new blue hair.

The actress had been sporting dark locks with a blonde ombre for some time now, we like this change!

The summery colour may be hard to match clothes to though…

Vanessa captioned the pretty picture: “She would be a half a planet away, floating in a turquoise sea, dancing by moonlight to a flamenco guitar – Janet Fitch, White Oleander.”

What do you think about Vanessa’s new turquoise hair?

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Kylie Jenner’s family are said to be NOT happy with her for dying her hair blue just before Kim’s wedding.

The reality TV star unveiled her newly dyed electric blue locks last week, and says her mum Kris Jenner was fuming she had made such a bold style choice so close to her sister’s wedding this Saturday!

She said, ”One day I was just like, ‘I’m going blue’. They’re all really p****d. My mom was like ‘you look like a Skittle [candy].’ I was like, ‘I’m gonna have this for two years now that you said that.’ ”

So bold!

Kim is said to be fuming with her little sister, who apparently has refused to dye her hair back to brunette for the big day.

Oh, the drama!

Maybe 16-year-old Kylie will have a change of heart nearer to the wedding, as she said she’s super excited to see Kim and Kanye tie the knot.

”We are very excited, of course a sister getting married is always exciting,” she said.

She could always be Kim’s ‘something blue’.

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