Go Dark With the Newest Unicorn Hair Dyes from Lime Crime

Blondes have seemingly had all the fun with the unicorn hair trend with pastel pinks and baby blues that would never show up on darker hair.

Lime Crime hasn’t forgotten brunettes beauties and raven-haired mavens. They’ve recently released four new deeper, darker pigments for their Unicorn Hair line of hair color. As with all of their products, these are vegan friendly and certified by PETA and Leaping Bunny. They’re made in the USA, in Los Angeles, so you can be confident in the quality and safety of all of their ingredients.

If your inner unicorn is a bit of a night mare,then Charcoal is the color for you. This almost-black dye is begging for perfectly flicked eyeliner and a classic heavy metal tour t-shirt.

Squid is a deep purple that’s lovely on its own or would make a cute peek-a-boo surprise with an undercut. This ultra violet tone is the right balance of tough and pretty, making it the right color for someone who likes leather and glitter equally.

The jewel-obsessed unicorn might toss her glorious mane colored with Sea Witch, an emerald green with the slightest blue tone to it. Paired with Lime Crime Diamond Crusher lipstick in “black unicorn”, this would be devastatingly gorgeous.

Potentially the most glamorous of their four new shades is Chestnut, a deep maroon that will have you looking like a fantasy come to life with a rose gold necklace and a nude matte lip.

Since hair trends can be gone almost as soon as you’ve caught on to them, these dyes are semi-permanent. They’re all designed to fade beautifully with repeated washing without looking washed-out.

The new shades of Lime Crime Unicorn Hair colors are available along with the rest of their Unicorn Hair line at their website, www.limecrime.com or at select beauty retailers.