If you’re like me, you’ve been dying to color your hair for awhile now. With summer, comes much needed changes like a new color. Naturally I’ve been turning to my Instagram feed for some inspiration. Varying from bold blues to natural low lights, I’ve seen it all. Here are some of the best color trends to try out this summer.

1. Colored bangs

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No matter what Zendaya does she rocks it. Hers may be temporary, her multi colored locks can make a bold statement. Zendaya isn’t the only celebrity sporting the colored bangs. Keke Palmer debuted on her Instagram blue bangs. It’s the perfect way to bring some bold looks without dying all your hair.

2 Bronde

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Even though Blake announced the newest hair trend of summer 2015, it’s still popular this summer. This color is for when blondes want to go a bit darker but not too much.  Try this style out to see if “Brondes have more fun.”

3. Sunset Reds/ Rose Gold Red

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Rose gold has become a popular color in 2016 so why not turn it into a hair color? It’s an amazing color and Emma Roberts totally rocks this summer look.

4. Balayage


Balayagae was very popular last year but is another trend that’s going strong from last year. It’s simple and is great for every hair color and type.

5. Opal hair


Raven Symone has pretty much had every color of the rainbow as her hair color. The opal hair trend is the perfect blends of light blues, purples and pinks and very summery.

6. Watermelon hair http://www.teenvogue.com/story/watermelon-hair-color-trend

This hair trend has been all over my feed at the beginning of this month. Why not dye your hair everyones favorite summertime snack?

7. Denim blue


So Nicole Richie’s hair hasn’t blue in awhile but Kylie Jenner was seen with denim blue hair in one of her recent instagram pictures. It was popular in the spring but is still carrying on into the summer.

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