Taylor Swift Just Debuted a New Colorful Hairstyle — Here's How to DIY It for Less Than $30

And in 15 minutes, no less.

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If you haven't impulsively done something drastic with your hair lately, I applaud you. But if you're getting antsy enough to consider a change, you wouldn't be alone. Even celebrities have taken a major hair plunge during isolation — we're looking at you, Hilary Duff — and this week, Taylor Swift was next to debut streaks of bright color on Instagram. Lucky for us, Swift's new style looks surprisingly easy to copy at home. While hair dye is currently a hot commodity, this one brand has you covered on almost every color imaginable.

Overtone offers easy at-home hair dye from pastels to extremely bold colors, and even has trendy tones like rose gold. With formulations that specifically cater to brown hair available, no bleaching is required before use. Each tub only runs for $29, and will cause some serious hair transformations in just 10 to 15 minutes. While a color change that fast sounds damaging to your strands, the ammonia-free formula is without harsh, drying chemicals and gently deposits color without stripping natural oils. Coconut oil, avocado oil, and shea butter all add in moisture during the process, while soothing your scalp for future growth — hence the product's given name of "coloring conditioner."

Simply apply the dye to either wet or dry hair (dry is recommended for best results) and rinse after the allotted time to reveal soft, freshly colored hair. Since the dye is semi-permanent, you can let your regular showers slowly rinse out the color over time, or use the Daily Conditioner for your shade to ensure the vibrancy lasts as long as you'd like.

Overtone offers plenty of options to choose from, but if you'd like to copy Swift's blue and pink streaks, check out the two coloring conditioners below.

Overtone Coloring Conditioner Blue

Shop now: $29

Overtone Coloring Conditioner Pink

Shop now: $29

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