Pink hair is not for everyone but, it is safe to say, Demi Lovato pulls it off.
Lovato is not one to stick with a single hair color. She went from raven to caramel red to blonde in almost no time at all. Now, she decided to shock us all yet again with pink dip-dyed tips against her lighter locks.
"Loving my pink hair and obsessed with my new Topshop outfit and Chloe Green shoes!!!!" Lovato tweeted to fans with a photo of her posing backstage.
The pop singer debuted her new look at the "X Factor" judging table. She said that fellow judge and show creator, Simon Cowell, liked the change. "Yay!! Simon approves of my pink hair!! #SFactor," the singer tweeted to fans, along with a snapshot of Cowell and Britney Spears.
Fans have been just as admiring.
"Demi Lovato Shows Off Her New Dip-Dye Hair!: We've got a bit of a girl crush on Demi Lovato at the moment!" tweeted Look Magazine.
"We're LOVING @ddlovato's new pink hair!" tweeted MTV Style.
The 19-year-old singer is not the first to try this trend. In fact, it has been popping up on the locks of many of Hollywood's style-makers.
Nicole Richie recently took the plunge and dyed the ends of her hair with the candy color.
In January, Lauren Conrad showed off a pink bun to fans. The blonde beauty debuted a new look to her Twitter fans with the caption: "My cotton candy bun :-)" with a photo of her new pink-streaked hair. This was not the first time the 25-year-old mogul experimented with rainbow colors. In July, she added red and blue streaks to her blonde mane, tweeted: "Roses are red, violets are blue. The color of my hair is up to you!" Clearly, this California girl knows how to have a little fun.
Other starlets who have rocked pink include January Jones and Ashley Tisdale.
Do you want to try the dip-dye hot pink look?
Manic Panic is one of the most popular go-to products for rainbow colors. The brand offers ever shade under the sun, from lemon yellow to magenta to turquoise. It is a semi-permanent dye so it will wash out in just a few shampoos (just in case purple hair isn't your thing, after all).
Streekers (colormetrics.com, $11.95) will let you decide how thin or thick you want your rainbow hues with an easy-to-use sponge. You can choose from a range of colors, including pink, yellow and green.
Dying your hair at home might seem like a bold move. Luckily, there are some skilled YouTube beauty gurus here to help. The YouTube channel audaciously features a simple tutorial on how to achieve dip-dye ombre hair.
If dying your hair pink seems like too serious a commitment, try some multicolored hair extensions. Select beauty salons offer this service; or you can head to your local beauty supply store and purchase up a pack.
Sultra's Extensions (Sephora, $18) come in a sea of shades including fuchsia, light pink, violet, blue, tea, tangerine and even cheetah print. Sally Beauty sells Pink Hi-Lite Long Clip-In Synthetic Hair Extensions (sallybeauty.com, $4.49) that are quick to attach and easy to remove.