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Blue Hair Streaks

I plan on doing this with my hair this summer :) getting extensions that fade into ombre/honey blondish with light pastel aquamarine tips :)

Grey/silver blue streaked Hair. Colorful braid. don't think i could ever do this but wow it would be cool!

All I would have to do is strip the dye from my hair and streak it with a greyish blue since I already have the white!!

long pastel turquoise blue hair with a placement of black in the fringe

Love the color id never dye all my hair blue but streaks would be fun

Blue streaks underneath, I've been trying to figure out a way to sport blue hair at work... This may be the ticket!

Unusual short hair, long fringe side sweep; grey-blue, green and pink streaks in brown-red hair.

Dyed hair color - purple & blue & green & pink highlights / streaks / tips I might try this?

Katy Perry with colorful hair. I always enjoy seeing what new trick she'll come up with. This is very cute!

Blue hair….wouldn't a few streaks of this in the red be cool?!

Blonde hair with hot pink streaks, but make it turquoise blue for me, love the sideswept bangs

Mary Kate Olsen, baby blue (I like the idea of getting a few streaks of hair a bit brighter than the color of your eyes...a temporary kinda do)

Pinning this just 'cos it reminded me of the purple hair i had when i was 21 years. Lol. Purple and blue streaks

Hair Extensions - Purple and Medium Blue Clip-In Streaks on Etsy, $13.00

I really want to do the same thing with blue highlight(only blue), I can't wait to actually do it.

SHoP-WiDe SaLe Any Color - Hair Extension / Streak Splash // 12" wide // Long Straight Hair $28

subtle streaks- this would be cute in blue and pink.

Pastel shades were huge in 2012, and even a few celebrities tried the trend, turning their hair baby blue and bubblegum pink. But we've got to admit, we're pretty glad this My Little Pony hair trend is coming to an end. "Pastels are done for 2013," says Dumas. "We'll still see streaks of color, but instead they'll be in bright, vibrant shades, like primary colors."