People Are Dyeing Their Hair to Look Like the Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino, & The Results Are Magical

It's starting to become obvious that we all just can't get enough of Starbucks' new Unicorn Frappuccino—its insanely sweet and sour swirls of pink and purple just make for the best Instagram posts! Well, the trend is moving past the Starbucks cups and onto people's hair, as hair stylists around the world start to create colorful, unicorn-worthy masterpieces on their clients. It's truly a magical thing, and would arguably make a much better post for the 'gram.

St. Louis-based hairstylist Caitlin Ford gave her client this dreamy look using Lime Crime's latest unicorn hair dye, and the after photo she posted on Instagram is everything I've been dreaming about!


Unicorn Frappuccino I had so much fun creating this look inspired by the @starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino using @limecrimemakeup Unicorn Hair color and @brazilianbondbuilder . The best part about this look is that the hair color version is vegan, sugar free, and calorie free. Check out my video post to see how I created this look! #unicornfrappuccino #behindthechair #btconeshot_vibrant17 #btconeshot_unconventionalcolor17 . . . . . . . #modernsalon #americansalon #notchstl #stl #stlouis #thegrovestl #grovestl #hairstl #stlhair #hairstlouis #stlouishairstylist #hairstyliststlouis #stlhairstylist #caitlinfordhair #anthonythebarber916 #authentichairarmy #esteticausa #imallaboutdahair #licensedtocreate #cosmoprof #fiidnt #brazilianbondbuilder #colortrak #unicornhair #limecrime #limecrimemakeup

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A different stylist from Canada also transformed her client's hair into Starbucks' latest frappuccino craze. The results are literally mind-blowing.

As great as these colorful looks are, I'm not sure I'm ready to commit to changing up my hair color in such a drastic (yet magical) way. I guess I'll just have to stick to ordering the Unicorn Frappuccino to spice up my Instagram feed.

Taylor Petschl is a fourth year journalism student, concentrating in public relations at Cal Poly SLO. She is one of Her Campus Cal Poly's campus correspondents, a Her Campus Media editorial intern, campus expansion region leader and a national blogger for the Style and Beauty sections. She plans to attend medical school after graduating, and hopes to become a pediatric anethesiologist. 

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