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Another day, another weird and wonderful hair colour trend that is slowly taking over the Internet. 

 

Social media's latest offering comes in the form of "Slime roots," and while they sound awful, they don't look half bad - if green hair is your thing. 

 

So far this year we have seen geode hair, rose gold hair and rainbow roots - but slime green coloured hair is definitely the most outrageous trend yet.

 

 

When your new colors got you doin hair flips  #lyssdidmyhair #greenhair #slimehair #btconeshot_colormelt17 #btconeshot_vibrant17

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This new trend was popularised by Tasha Spencer at Bleach, the famous London salon specialising in the crazy hair hues, and has been all over social media ever since. 

 

Now, of course the folks behind Bleach London are colour experts, so it's only natural that the "slime roots" look is the product of dreams - however we wouldn't recommend trying to do it at home.

 

 

Each strand looks glossy and vibrant rather than dry or overdone, which can be tricky to achieve when you're using vibrant dyes.

 

Now, while we admit that this colour trend looks pretty cool, we're almost 100 percent sure we wouldn't be brave enough to try it - except maybe around Halloween time. 

 

 

That being said, we have major respect for anyone who has rocked slime roots. 

 

We'll be sticking to balayage for now...

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