How You Can Rock Strands of Pink Hair Like Lauren Conrad and Dakota Fanning!

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Apr. 5 2013, Published 6:03 a.m. ET

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So Lauren Conrad's pink hair wasn't a beauty plan-A, but the fashionista and beauty babe can certainly pull off the multi-colored strands. And while we were certainly fascinated by the beauty result of her trip to India, LC isn't the only celeb with alternative colors in her 'do.

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Dakota Fanning has been rockin' a certain florescent hue, and singer/songwriter Ellie Goulding has played with pink before. If we want go back to most classic pink hair-dye moment, we can trace it all back to Pink herself. The look is a vintage one indeed—childhood girly-girls of the 1990s can remember how major the Barbie hair-streaking kits were. 

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After that flashback, a hair-color DIY is definitely in order. The Sultra Hair Palette Color Hair Mascara makes that dream of hues super easy. The OK! editors even tested them out and fell in love with their candy-colored strands. 

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The Sultra Color Hair Mascara looks just like a tube of the stuff you'd coat your lashes with. There's already tons of products for that purpose, so keep this stuff for your mane. And don't worry about figuring out a way to hide it! The color washes out with shampoo and lasts about two days without any washing. 

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To get the look, separate a piece of your hair and stroke the wand down the section of separated hair. Continue coloring as much hair as you desire. It's helpful to hold the strand of hair away from your clothes or drape a towel around your shoulders, as the section takes a few minutes to completely dry. 

Will it be blue, hot pink, purple, or coral for you? Tweet @OKMagazine and leave a comment below.


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