She’s engaged to One Direction’s Zayn Malik AND she’s donned a light lavender hair hue. Perrie Edwards is officially the coolest.
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Raven-Symoné uploaded a pic of her new purple ’do on Instagram, along with the caption, “New hair for a new life!” The star will be attending college at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. And instead of opting for one brilliant shade of lavender à la Nicole Richie, she added in a few highlights of rainbow hues!
Every designer has their thing: Karl’s sunglasses, Betsey’s love for tulle tutus and TONS of color. Nicole Richie’s must be lavender locks. The House of Harlow designer is one of the newest members to the purple hair club, recently switching from a sultry brunette shade to this powerful yet girly hue.
Lauren Conrad debuted her new purple hair on April 1st, so we’re still not sure if the whole thing was an April Fool’s joke or actually legit. But clearly the joke’s on us, because no matter what hair hue, LC always looks gorgeous.
If models ever walk the runway in candy-colored hair hues, Ireland Baldwin needs to start the show. It’s faded a bit since the stunner made the drastic change from bleach blonde to purple, but it’s a look to embrace.
This ‘do is nothin’ new for Fashion Police host Kelly Osbourne. This light lavender shade has quickly become the beauty’s signature style—and it works!
She’s no stranger to hair dye! Katy Perry has not only been the proud owner of bright blue locks, but pink-ish/purple ‘dos, too.
So dying her hair the colors of the rainbow really isn’t THAT shocking when you think about all the other stuff Lady Gaga has done—namely these five events here!
Demi Lovato once said she was giving her hair a break, dying her famously colorful locks back to brunette. But clearly, purple had an influence on her ‘do. She posted a pic of the new lavender and silver ombred look to Instagram, showing fans that she’s always ready for a little hairstyle exploration.
Even if you ditched your hair highlighting machine in the early 2000s, (c’mon, you remember those commercials) know you can still work the multi-colored style with some semi-permanent hair dye. Unlike the other gals on our list, Vanessa chose to give only a few locks the purple makeover.