This is How to Dye Your Roots in Fun Colors & Look Hot AF

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For women who color their hair on a regular basis, the problem of dark roots showing is common. And while it isn't usually considered attractive, there's a new way to rock colored roots that definitely is.

Next time your roots start showing, go with a fun, bright color to cover them up. Pull some hairspo from these looks and give your roots a funky reboot.

pink dyed roots

A Bit Beyond

You don't have to just dye your roots at the base. Extend and blend the dye a bit beyond your roots to give your hair even more spunk. It's like a reverse ombre!

blue dyed roots

Slowly Spreading

It's cool to dye your roots and then some, in a way that slowly spreads throughout your hair. It allows you to show off more of that funky color without dyeing your entire head!

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Flipping Out

Don't dye your roots in a way that you can only see the color when your hair is in a particular style. If you have a tendency to flip and flop your hair around, you'll want to make sure your colored roots can be seen whichever way you toss your locks.

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Like a Rainbow

If you're brave enough to don rainbow colored hair, rainbow colored roots are just as fun. Take the trend to the next level with this kaleidoscopic coloring.

pink dyed roots

Spiked Up

For short-haired beauties, try giving your hair, and your roots, a lift with a fun spiked up hairstyle. The fun-colored roots and natural-colored tips will both make a bold statement.

sunset colored roots

Into the Sunset

Doing an orange to yellow gradient in your hair from top to bottom creates a sunset look that is drop dead gorgeous. Do your roots in orange and mix into your hair just a bit to give off an ombre vibe.

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Dramatic Contrast

Go bold or go home, am I right? Try a dark root with a contrasting light color for a dramatic look that is sure to turn some heads.

purple colored roots

Ombre

Add some fun to your hair color by doing an ombre look that starts at the roots. Stick to the same color palette throughout with highlights in a similar shade.

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Just Roots

If you literally just want color at your roots, go for it! Choose one that is several shades darker than your natural hair color, so it looks more cohesive, coordinated, and of course, intentional.

purple colored roots

Twisted Over

If your hair is shaved on the sides, a fun way to show off colored roots is by flipping your hair over. Seems simple enough!

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LEENA KOLLAR

Leena Kollar is a writer, wife, mom and fashion blogger. She runs the women's style website, The Style Spectrum, which guides women on finding the best clothing, makeup and accessories for their body shape, face shape and individual seasonal coloring. The overwhelmed mother of two (three, if you include her husband) enjoys solo trips to Target, audience-free trips to the bathroom and sneaking treats after her kids have gone to bed.


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