hair streaks in eight shades of unicorn - no dye required.

by faran krentcil

This season's colored hair obsession isn't new, but it also isn't going anywhere. Thousands of girls have dyed for the cause, including Dakota Fanning, Kate Bosworth, and most of the NYLON staff. Celeb Roundup: Pink Hair But if you only want pink / purple / green / blue hair as a once-in-a-while treat, there are ways to get it.

A whole head of colored hair can happen with this crazy hair powder, but there's also the option of streaks. And for that, there's Sultra.

Go to Bleach London salon with NYLON TV! Best known for their professional styling tools (curling irons, flat irons, and blow dryers), Sultra also hit it big by mass-producing feathered hair extensions during the hippie-hair boom of last summer. Now they've got solid-colored hair extensions that cling to your scalp with tiny combs, and can be placed anywhere / everywhere for flashes of "unicorn hair" all summer. Hair powder goes luxe... The extensions come in eight shades, including rose gold, gray aqua, and a bleached-out lavender, and cost $18 each. And while their texture is perfectly straight, they can safely be curled, crimped, or braided just like normal hair. And unlike the Manic Panic option, when you're done with your pegasus moment, you can take them out and go back to the au natural vibe. Sultra Solid Hair Extensions, $18 each at Sephora