Made In Chelsea's Gabriella Ellis Debuts Colourful Hair Style: Are You A Fan Of The Rainbow-Bright Dip-Dye?

Made In Chelsea's Gabriella Ellis Debuts Colourful Hair Style: Are You A Fan Of The Rainbow-Bright Dip-Dye?

Gabriella shows off her new hair 'do in London town last night

Okay, so we've been loving the dip-dyed trend for a while now, but nothing could have prepared us for the sight of Gabriella Ellis stepping out with rainbow-bright hair. Is it just us who think she looks like a cartoon character?

Made In Chelsea's Gabriella Ellis Debuts Colourful Hair Style: Are You A Fan Of The Rainbow-Bright Dip-Dye?

The 'Made In Chelsea' star tweeted the above picture mid-dip-dying on Monday, saying 'What rainbow-tastic... Yea why not..'. And Gabriella seems to have thing for multi-coloured beauty as she coordinated her newly-coloured hair with neon-bright nails. Yep, this is one colourful lady.

 nicki minaj rainbow hair Made In Chelsea's Gabriella Ellis Debuts Colourful Hair Style: Are You A Fan Of The Rainbow-Bright Dip-Dye? 

Colour Chameleons

It’s not just Gabriella who has been experimenting with colour. We’ve seen Katy Perry rock two-tone blue-slash-purple tresses at Coachella and queen of colour, Nicki Minaj, changes her hair hues faster than we can keep up! Of course, Jessie J likes to her coordinate her dip-dye with her outfits -  and let's not forget Amanda Heard's dog!

And we saw dip dye 'dos hit the Autumn Winter 2012 catwalks in February with fashion power house Prada and Brit brand Pringle confirming that the trend is here to stay.  Dip Dye experts BLEACH London were the first to offer the colouring trend taking the celebrity obsession to the streets of London and with a list of treatments, there's something to satisfy even the colour shy. Plus, with the colour washing out after eight washes, you can have a little dip-dye dapple.  Go on, go colour crazy! 



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