November 14, 2017 00:59 GMT by dailymail.co.uk

Women are now coloring their hair to match LaCroix flavors

Women are now coloring their hair to match LaCroix flavors

Women are now coloring their hair to match LaCroix flavors after Minnesota-based hair brand, Scruples Hair Care challenged eight stylists with dye hair to match their favorite flavors.

A new hair color trend that sees women match their hair color to their favorite LaCroix flavor has emerged on social media. 

Featuring brightly colored tie-dye tresses, the trend kicked off when Minnestota-based haircare brand Scruples Hair Care challenged eight stylists to create eight different hair colors using a can of their favorite LaCroix flavor as inspiration.

Flavors which include Coconut, Pamplemousse and Melón Pomelo, provided the perfect inspiration for vivid shades of turquoise blue, hot pink and lime green as the stylists dyed their clients' hair to match. 

Fiery: Leysa Carrillo formulated a perfectly peachy do to mimic the Apricot flavor

Fiery: Leysa Carrillo formulated a perfectly peachy do to mimic the Apricot flavor

Unicorn vibes: The Muré Pepino flavor was brought to life courtesy of Kristina Cheeseman who opted for a lime green, pink and purple layered effect

Unicorn vibes: The Muré Pepino flavor was brought to life courtesy of Kristina Cheeseman who opted for a lime green, pink and purple layered effect

Pale and interesting: Cailtlin Ford tackled Pamplemousse by mixing shades of pink, orange and blue in almost a graffiti effect on a base of platinum blonde

Pale and interesting: Cailtlin Ford tackled Pamplemousse by mixing shades of pink, orange and blue in almost a graffiti effect on a base of platinum blonde

Dream team: Cran-Raspberry, dreamed up by Frances Garcia, used shades of cerise pink, purple and blue

Dream team: Cran-Raspberry, dreamed up by Frances Garcia, used shades of cerise pink, purple and blue

Pops of passion: Megan Schipani painted several shades of color on to mimic Passionfruit 

Pops of passion: Megan Schipani painted several shades of color on to mimic Passionfruit 

Stylist Christine Angeline was responsible for creating the Melón Pomelo look which featured shades of red, orange and pink, and the Muré Pepino flavor was brought to life courtesy of Kristina Cheeseman who opted for a lime green, pink and purple layered effect. 

Stylist Megan Schipani was tasked with creating the Passionfruit look and painted several shades of color on, while Leysa Carrillo formulated a perfectly peachy do to mimic the Apricot flavor. 

When it came to creating cult favorite Coconut, stylist Sadie Gray was in charge and opted for a subtle ash blonde and turquoise blue do, and Cailtlin Ford tackled Pamplemousse by mixing shades of pink, orange and blue in almost a graffiti effect on a base of platinum blonde. 

Finally, the Berry look completed by Sydniiee, and Cran-Raspberry, dreamed up by Frances Garcia, used shades of cerise pink, purple and blue. 

Cool: Coconut created by Sadie Gray was the most subtle of the bunch 

Cool: Coconut created by Sadie Gray was the most subtle of the bunch 

Green with envy: Stylist Sydniiee opted for shades of emerald to mix up Cran-Raspberry

Green with envy: Stylist Sydniiee opted for shades of emerald to mix up Cran-Raspberry

Au natural: Stylist Christine Angeline was responsible for creating the Melón Pomelo look which featured shades of red, orange and pink

Au natural: Stylist Christine Angeline was responsible for creating the Melón Pomelo look which featured shades of red, orange and pink

In the pink: Shades of purple and pink could be seen in this interpretation of Muré Pepino 

In the pink: Shades of purple and pink could be seen in this interpretation of Muré Pepino 

Inspiration: Other stylists are now getting in on the act, creating their own interpretations of the look 

Inspiration: Other stylists are now getting in on the act, creating their own interpretations of the look 

And fans of the sparkling water brand have been quick to show their appreciation for the emerging trend with hundreds commenting on the pictures. 

On a picture featuring the Apricot flavor, Instagram user @amyprose04 wrote: 'GORGEOUS !!! Inspiration plus more. I love this!!!!! I am showing my hair artist!'

While @soleillunahair typed: 'Fantasy rainbow hair came true!'

And other stylists have since followed suit, using the Scruples Hair Care challenge as their own inspiration and posting under the same #lacroixhair hashtag

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