Summer's movie heroines inspire spoof hair dyes - Hair Trends And Styles - Stylist Magazine

  • Summer's biggest movie hair-oines
  • Summer's biggest movie hair-oines
  • Summer's biggest movie hair-oines
  • Summer's biggest movie hair-oines

Summer's biggest movie hair-oines

We love these spoof hair dye boxes

We’ve had superhero nail art and comic book lips, and now from an unexpected corner comes movie heroine hair dye.

Almost as kooky as it sounds, we’re loving these spoof mock-ups of hair dye boxes by style.icanhascheezburger featuring heroines from this summer’s biggest blockbusters – from The Hunger Games’ Katniss Everdeen as a Garnier brunette with ‘all-natural survival skills’ to Brave’s Princess Merida, the ‘multi-faceted heroine’ covering L’Oreal Scotland’s Highlander Red.

Check out the movie heroine hair dye range below…

ABOVE: Move over Davina, Garnier has a new brunette - The Hunger Games' Katniss Everdeen

ABOVE: Thinking of going red this summer? Try L'Oreal Scotland's Highlander Red as modelled by Brave's Princess Merida

ABOVE: Clairol's Puurfect 10 shade, The Dark Knight Rises, is just the thing for Catwoman

ABOVE: Revlon's Spidersilk blonde is modelled by Spiderman's Mary-Jane and comes 'sans Kirsten Dunst'

What do you think? Which other movie heroines do you think should have their own hair dye? Tell us your thoughts on Twitter @StylistMagazine or in the comments section below

Images: style.icanhascheezburger.com

Tags: Hair, hair colour, Film

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