Glow-in-the-Dark Hair Is Now a Thing, and It's Actually Kind of Beautiful
What wild hair colors could they possibly dream up next? This fall alone, we've seen tigereye balayage, Lisa Frank–inspired rainbow, and even a brunette version of rose gold—and those shades all seem tame when you consider this next masterpiece that's sweeping the internet.
Leave it to color extraordinaire Guy Tang to crank things up a notch—after all, he's the man behind past bold color trends like oil-slick and metallic hair. And now, he somehow managed to whip up a hue that literally glows in the dark. (You'll just need a black light handy to really see its full potential.)
He calls the shade Phoenix Neon, which makes sense since, by day, it's a fiery mix of reds, oranges, and yellows.
Keep scrolling to this daring color in action.
But under the black light? Take a look:
Now that's a way to turn heads.
Let's be clear that this is probably not something to try at home, since it requires several processes of color. (Although if you're already platinum blond, maybe it's something to test out with some neon Manic Panic.) But if you're feeling so bold, by all means, get your own stylist involved—Tang talks us through the process in the video below.
Would you ever try this bold color? Sound off in the comments below.