Welcome to our exciting gallery featuring women with multi-colored hairstyles.
Do you like the color but can’t decide on a single hue? Multicolored women hairstyles are a thing, and you should think about adopting these trends as more hair stylists offer these styles and know how to get great results every time.
Being able to mix and match your colors means you can create something that is truly unique. The key is to choose your colors wisely and ask yourself what kind of result you want.
Pink and Lavender Highlights
Hailey Baldwin gave her ash blonde hair subtle pink and lavender highlights and twisted it up into a ballerina top knot. The artfully-painted color was elegant enough to rock with a ball gown and to attend the Cannes Film Festival.
Edgy Neon Highlights
Model Irene Kim is a constant source of hair inspiration, both in Korea and the United States. Here, Kim has brightened up her dark locks with edgy neon hues of vivid purple, pink, red and blue. Paired with a leather jacket, her hair gives her a perfect edgy look.
Alicia Keys’ shows you how to dress your dreadlocks. The “Girl on Fire” singer rainbow-colored braids are a blend of bright purple, yellow, and pink hues that go wonderfully with her shimmery black outfit. This is the perfect hairstyle to brighten up a monochromatic look.
Millennium Pink Ends
Iggy Azalea has experimented with a lot of hairstyles and this particular multi-colored hairstyle is one of her best looks. The rapper kept the top of her naturally blonde but dip-dyed the ends with a millennium pink color. Not only does the style brighten up her face but it also makes her look younger.
Shocking Pink and Red Style
Georgia May Jagger is a model so it makes perfect sense that she knows what color looks good on her hair. It turns out that Mick Jagger’s daughter has a flair for the dramatic, just like her father. Here, the model had her hair colored a blend of shocking pink, magenta, and red. The bright and cheery look is certainly a head-turner.
The ever-youthful Gwen Stefani loves to play with her hair although she usually keeps her hair color in the range of blondes. Here, the singer has dip-dyed the ends of her long fringe with black and brilliant orangey-red, paying tribute to the beautiful tropical parrots. The look is totally in tune with the rockstar.
Pink Piece-y Pixie
The pixie hairstyle is not going away any time soon as celebs come up with more and more new ideas to hype up the classic cut. Here, Nicole Richie rocks a pixie cut with piece-y bangs that are dyed a fiery pink color. This vibrant hairstyle works great with minimal makeup.
Mint and Lime Green Hair
Model Chloe Norgaard gives tribute to nature as she walks the catwalk in mint and lime-green hair, adorned with a wreath of flowers. The model has her hair cut to shoulder length in a simple medium-length bob and rocks the style with a floral-printed dress. This is a wonderful look for spring.
The Osbourne’s have also been known for their avant-garde fashion sense. Years before purple and silver hair hit the mainstream masses, Kelly Osbourne flaunted this silver-lilac pompadour on the red carpet. With soft pink natural makeup and a floaty dress in neutral tones, the singer-songwriter made a statement with her hair.
Green-Dipped Blonde Hair
Hair chameleon, Nicki Minaj, is known for her out-of-the-world hairstyles which she loves to dye in every color imaginable. Here, the rapper has her thick, long hair relaxed and styled with curling bangs. To give it a dramatic look her solid block of blonde hair has been dip-dyed with the dark green color that perfectly complements her vibrant outfit.
Straight Neon Rainbow Ombre
Why chose one or two colors when you can choose five different ones? The rainbow hair color looks good on everyone, be they light-skinned or dark, have straight hair or curly. This model has painted her hair in a variety of colors in bright neon hues while leaving her natural blonde hair untouched at the roots.
Smoky Black and Red Hair
Black and red have always made a smoking hot combination. Try this abrupt ombre style where you color your hair an ashy black from the roots to the middle and then abruptly transition the hair to a faded red tone.
Perfect Rainbow Bob
This is an example of a perfect rainbow bob. This model’s hair has been meticulously painted with all the colors of a rainbow in a perfect gradient. This is a very fun and summery look and is perfect for going to events like Coachella and Burning Man. But make sure you can invest time in maintaining this beautiful look.
This model’s platinum blonde locks blended with pink and purple strands are the perfect homage to the mythical creature, the unicorn. The hairstyle looks particularly good on people with very fair skin, although it works great with all skin tones.
Smurf Blue and Candy Floss Waves
This wavy ombre starts from the roots with a perfect Smurf blue color and blends with a candy pink hue in the lower half, giving the hair in the middle a beautiful lavender shade. Since this model has super fine hair, it looks fluffy and soft and reminds one of cotton candy.
Green and pink are the perfect colors for springtime, but why stop at just clothing? Dye your hair in these spring color as well. The look is very cute and flirty and can take years off any one’s face. However, like most multi-colored hairstyles, it will need regular visits to the salon to maintain.
Choppy Fairy-Colored Dipped Lob
Here is another one of the rainbow hair looks! This time, however, the soft pink and purples are paired with the darker, edgier hues of blue and green colors. With a choppy lob, this gives the model a slightly edgy look.
Brilliant Jewel Blue Bob
This mermaid-style hair look shows off a variety of jewel-blue colors, including shades of bright turquoise and sapphire. Although most of the color is situated on the bottom half of her hair, tendrils of the blue color have bled up. The model’s hair has been given further dimension by coloring her roots a strawberry blonde, which graduates to a lighter blonde before it meets the blue.
Cotton Candy Anime Hair
This is a very flirty and adorable look for ladies with superfine hair. This model rocks pastel periwinkle and candy pink hair which melt together in the middle to give a soft lilac shade. The colors make her hair look like cotton candy and the style is popularized by anime characters.
Honey Gold and Chocolate Brown Hair
Multicolored hair doesn’t mean you should employ fantasy colors. Natural tones work great if you want multihued hairstyle as well. This young woman has an artistic ombre that starts from a black color, graduates to a dark chocolate brown and then abruptly changes to a honey gold color at mid-length. The cool and warm temperatures of the color make this style perfect for women with all skin tones.
Silver and Magenta Ombre
Silver hair color is all the rage these days. Pair it up with another rocking hair color, like purple, and you will turn heads wherever you go. Here, this model has dip-dyed her silver-toned hair with a matte magenta color and styled it into a very stylish shoulder-skimming bob.
Emerald Mermaid Hair
Jewel tones hair colors are trending with the masses these days, Here, this model sports a beautiful ombre which starts with a very dark green emerald tone at the top and graduates to lighter jade green color from the middle to the end. This is a perfect mermaid hair look.
Piece-y Rainbow Dye
This is one of our favorite types of mermaid hairstyle. Unlike the classic ombre, where one hair color bleeds into the next in a seamless way, this technique takes sections of individual locks and dyes them in contrasting color. The result is this piece-y effect where every color of the rainbow stands out in pieces in every lock. This style is also very high-maintenance and will take hours and hours to get. It is worth the effort though.
To achieve the look, get your stylist to color your hair an unusual red color from the roots to mid-length. Leave the rest of your hair its natural color or dye it a bright blonde, as shown by the model above. This hair technique works great with updos.
Dark Mermaid Curls
Unlike the fiery colors in the mermaid-style hair above, this hair technique employs darker, more mysterious jewel tones, like dark violet, royal blue, seaweed green, and sandy gold. If you want to go for a dark, edgy mermaid look, these are the colors for you!
Old Glory/Superman Bob
If you love the primary colors flaunted by Old Glory and Superman, this is the perfect style for you. Keep your roots a royal blue while dyeing the rest of your hair a bright, ruby red. To give your hair some dimension, color a few strands in your red hair blue too. This is a fun and vibrant look for the summer.
Multi Women Hairstyles with Two Colors
If you are new to dying your hair, it might be best to stick to using two different colors. You can either mix a more original color with your natural hair color or opt for a style that mixes two colors.
Classic Black Underneath Layers
This is a simple but efficient way to mix colors. Get some dark or deep brown underneath layers and some lighter hues at the top. You can opt for a blonde color, a light brown hue or choose something more original like pastel pink. This style is amazing for a short bob!
Balayage Or Ombre Hair
These techniques allow a stylist to create a gradient effect on your hair. A balayage or ombre style will blend the color with your natural hair color or with another hue you selected. You can use more than two hues if you have some length, but it might be best to stick to two colors for a shorter hairstyle. These styles look particularly good with layers, feathered hair, waves, and curls.
Bolder Multi Women Hairstyles
There are no limits to what you can do with hair dye. There are always new trends popping up, such as rainbow or mermaid hair.
Learn to Style Your Multicolor Hair
The great thing about using several hues of hair due is that your hair will look very different depending on how you style it. Learn different types of braids, such as French, Dutch, or fishtail braids so you can easily create a style where different colors are intertwined. If braids aren’t your thing, you can use twists or simply do your hair up to reveal different hues.
Unicorn and Mermaid Hair
You have probably seen these colorful trends on social media. Getting mermaid or unicorn hair is one of the boldest ways to use hair dye, but the result is definitely fun and original. Keep in mind that getting one of these hairstyles is a long process since your stylist will have to dye several strands individually. Mermaid hair uses blue, green, teal, silver and other similar colors while unicorn hair emphasizes pastel pink and purple hues.
Short Rainbow Styles
Short hair and bright colors are a strong fashion statement. Rainbow hair consists of dying several strands of hair in bright hues, usually on a pixie cut. You can create a gradient, get a rainbow effect or dye the hair more randomly to create something unique. Rainbow hair is really fun when paired with the faux-hawk look or with a side-swept style!