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Color Strong by The Unicorn Tribe

Elizabeth Jakaitis | May 3, 2016 | 6:45 AM
Erica Reynolds Keelen @ericakeelen_hair_love
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Megan Chiles @hairstylist_mc
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Mikel Sessions @mikelsessions
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Robin Del Toro @ms_robinita
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Raina D. Leon @rainaleonstyle
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Megan Schipani @shmeggsandbaconn
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Joel Goyco @stylist_by_nature_
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Cassandra DeRosa @cassderosa
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Pamela Adam @pameladoeshair
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Tori Briggs @mvtoribriggs
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Statement-making fashion color is no longer a fringe attraction but an established trend embraced by clients, celebrities and influencers. The Unicorn Tribe (@theunicorntribe) celebrated creative color with its New Year Unicorn Contest on Instagram, which asked colorists to share their best vibrant color work. Seven winners were then chosen by the Unicorn Tribe admins to become new members. From mixed metallics to blended bolds, the looks created by the winners showcase the possibilities of playing with color. Three more new Unicorn Tribe members were chosen in The People's Choice Awards, presented by @theunicorntribe and @colortrak, in which winners were chosen based on most "likes" received on Instagram. Scroll through the slideshow for some creative color inspiration!



Erica Reynolds Keelen @ericakeelen_hair_love

Megan Chiles @hairstylist_mc

Mikel Sessions @mikelsessions

Robin Del Toro @ms_robinita

Raina D. Leon @rainaleonstyle

Megan Schipani @shmeggsandbaconn

Joel Goyco @stylist_by_nature_


Cassandra DeRosa @cassderosa

Pamela Adam @pameladoeshair

Tori Briggs @mvtoribriggs

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