In cases like these, it’s normal to opt to add some low-maintenance highlights to your hair — though your Instagram feed might just convince you that "inverted" hair color is a trend you’ll want to try your hand at soon.
The highlights can be applied in any color — if you’re a brunette, you can keep things simple by lightening a few pieces of hair to a soft blond color, or you can go wild with a light pink or electric blue.
Inverted hair color, also known as peekaboo highlights, is essentially a pop of color that’s hidden under the top layers of hair.
It’s pretty similar to the hidden rainbow hair trend that took over our timelines back in 2016 after being popularized by Carla Rinaldi, a stylist at Not Another Salon in London.
Sometimes you just want to dye your hair a dramatic new color without the actual commitment of dyeing your hair a dramatic new color.
Ahead, take a look at some of our favorite takes on the "inverted" hair color.
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