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8 *Super Cool* Blue Hair Colors To Try In 2022

There's a shade for everyone!
10 Blue Hair Colors You'll Want To Try In 2022
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For many of us, one of the things that really signifies the *start* of a new year is a fresh cut or hair color. If you want a cool hue to usher in 2022, we suggest trying blue tresses. It's one of the most versatile hues out there—you can go as light or as dark as you want and it will still look good.

Sounds interesting? Check out eight of the prettiest blue hair color ideas you can try:

8 Blue Hair Color Ideas to Try in 2022

1. Barely-There Blue

Want to keep things low-key? We recommend asking your hairstylist for a ~*hidden*~ hair color—it will only be seen when you tie your hair up! It's perfect if your workplace doesn't allow any visible bright hair colors.

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2. Blue-Black

Blue-black dye will make your hair look extra glossy when the sunlight hits it!

3. Ocean Blue

This gorgeous ocean blue hair color will make sure you enter the New Year with a bang.

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4. Low-Key Blue

If you're not yet ready to completely *let go* of your black hair, we suggest asking your colorist for highlights. They're usually blonde, but you can ask them to use blue dye to make your tresses look extra unique.

5. Totally Teal

Choose teal if you're torn between having blue or green hair, LOL! Do note that this hue requires extra TLC since it fades easily. 

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6. Blue + Purple

We love how the blue and purple dyes complement each other!

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7. Two Tones

Feeling indecisive? The split dye hair color trend is for you. We love how this particular one below is a mix of both light and dark hair colors.

8. Midnight Blue

The great thing about blue is that while it's a bright color, it can be subtle when you want it to be. This midnight blue hue is proof of that!

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