"Blorange" Is The Latest Hair Color Trend To Sweep Instagram — & It's Even Better Than Rosé

Photographed by Natalia Mantini.
Dusty rose and coppery red dominated last year, but get ready, because they're something far brighter on the hair horizon. While we saw a handful of celebrities (Elle Fanning, Ashley Tisdale, and Ashley Benson to name a few) jumping on the pastel bandwagon, and others going full redhead in spades, 2017 is bringing us a more whimsical version of these hair trends. Enter: blorange.

It's basically a sunset on your head — a mash up of blond and orange that looks exactly like a tropical drink. To be honest, it's basically just an updated version of the rosé trend that we came to know, love, and see everywhere last year. Except this time, redder tones are emphasized, making it particularly flattering for fair and golden skin tones.

Click ahead to see some of the best “blorange” looks — and just try not to book your salon appointment right now.
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Photo: Via @alyshawalkerbeauty/Instagram.
If going for a full head of "blorange" makes you nervous, opt for a more-subtle ombré effect instead. The grow out with be easier and it will be less damaging to hair.
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Photo: @dannyanhle/Instagram.
Can't quite escape your love for pink? We suggest slowly transitioning your hair to the redder hue while maintaining your dark roots, like you see here.
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Photo: Via @georgiamayjagger/Instagram.
Georgia May Jagger went full "blorange" months ago — and we're not surprised. The rocker chic model always knows how to be one step ahead of everyone else.
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Photo: @hairbyaustinclaire/Instagram.
Rose gold hues growing out? Dip your toes into "blorange" with an opposite ombré look to take the trend to another colorful level.
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Photo: Via @fem_coiffeur/Instagram.
No matter your length or hair type, this vibrant shade will slay.
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Photo: Via @Jordanjaceyhair/Instagram.
The fresh hue is perfect to lift your winter blues.
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Photo: Via @lorealpro/Instagram.
Those with naturally-light hair can achieve the hue without bleaching their strands first. However, if you're a brunette, you will have to bring your base color lighter to see similar results.
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Photo: Via @pastelssalon/Instagram.
This faded option is cotton candy hair perfection.
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Photo: Via @bleachlondon/Instagram.
Pixie cuts look rad with the glossy color choice.
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Photo: Via @bleachlondon/Instagram.
Hues veering more on the orange side scream summer — no matter what the weather is like outside.
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Photo: Via @millionairehairmist/Instagram.
Forget blond hair and dark brows — we're thinking sunset streaks and defined arches are the new dynamic duo.
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Photo: Via @lisarobertshair/Instagram.
Even in its most subtle form the blood orange palette works so well.
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Photo: Via @lisarobertshair/Instagram.
Dark roots with the pink ends is your new festival go-to.
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