It was a year of crazy beauty trends, and it's safe to say there have been SO many different hair colour trends that we've lost count.
From Nutella hair dye, to mermaid hues and even hair tattoos, the trends are certainly not for the faint-hearted.
However, one colour totally came out on top, with sales sky-rocketing throughout the entire year.
And what is the winning colour? Grey.
The head of beauty at Superdrug, Megan Potter, said: "Younger customers are going for metallic grey, recognising that it's a very graceful, sophisticated look."
Well, there you have it. We can only imagine what colours are heading our way in 2017.
Following the success of her newest book, Grey, author E.L. James held a Twitter Q&A last night, but things didn't exactly turn out as hoped.
Twitter users took the free-for-all Q&A as an opportunity to express all of their feelings about the Fifty Shades of Grey franchise… and we mean ALL of them. The hashtag #AskELJames saw hundreds of people questioning her skills as a writer and her understanding of domestic abuse.
Many people even chimed in purely to point out what an absolutely terrible idea it was by her PR team to set up the Q&A in the first place. Not all of the tweets were full of aggro though – there were a few funny ones which were too good not to share…
Zosia Mamet shocked us all when she chopped her long brown hair right up to her chin and then later dyed it blonde.
Now, the Girls star seems to be attempting to give us a heart attack altogether as she unveiled her new GREY hair at the premier of A Most Violent Year in New York last night.
The new colour appeared to have some purple undertones and while we wanted to love it, we just didn’t. That’s not to say grey can’t work as a dyed hair colour, but it tends to have more of an impact on slightly longer hair.
That said Zosia rarely gets it wrong so we’ll let her have it this time! It's fun to experiment with lots of different hair colours and styles after all!
We're also 100% sure Shoshanna would HATE it.