The Celebs That Beat Amanda Bynes to Blue Hair
Amanda Bynes didn't quite shock the world today when she showed up at a court appearance with a teal blue wig on, but she didn't strut by without raising a few eyebrows either. Unfortunately Amanda was hardly a trendsetter today when it comes to the teal tresses. These celebs have rocked blue in all different shades, styles and looks with their locks. Let's take a look at some of our favorite blue haired biddies!
Amanda Bynes Blue Hair
Amanda Bynes arrives at the court today, not the club, with a teal blue wig on. Might even be the most normal thing she's done all week!
Demi Lovato Blue Braid
Demi rocks a light blue hue in her pretty side braid.
Ramona Flowers Blue Hair
Ramona Flowers (played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead) changes her hair every week and a half, everyone knows that. We'll see if Amanda Bynes is on the same schedule as Scott Pilgrim's love interest in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.
Marge Simpson is the OG blue haired gal and we bow down our blue heads to her.
Cher Lloyd Blue Hair
Cher Lloyd's blue hair is as fun as her songs!
Perez Hilton Blue Hair
Have you heard the gossip about that one time Perez Hilton dyed his hair blue?
Rita Ora Blue Hair
Rita Ora's blue bun(dle) of joy.
Katy Perry Blue Hair
Katy Perry has so fearlessly rocked a blue bob, it sometimes feels weird to see her hair any other color. Look how pretty it is here, making her eyes and makeup!
Nicki Minaj Blue Hair
Nicki Minaj's hair color on any given day can be a surprise, but she manages to pull off big blue hair and blunt blue bangs at the same time.
Selena Gomez Blue Streak
Selena Gomez keeps it sleek with just a few blue strands.
Lady Gaga Blue Hair
Anyone else think Gaga looks like a chic mermaid with this shade of blue? Maybe used as inspiration to Amanda's shade today too!
Juliette Lewis Blue Hair
Juliette Lewis made The Switch to blue hair and showed it off on the red carpet of the movie with the same name.
Kate Hudson Blue Hair
Kate Hudson's blue hair really did declare war in Bride Wars.