"This colour trend is almost an evolution from ombre and the pastel tones that have been here, there and everywhere - we're all becoming much more adventurous when it comes to colour which is really exciting," Rebecca added.
The look is definitely unique - but with prominent digital prints in the Spring/Summer 2015 collections (Rebecca cites Elie Saab and Gareth Pugh as inspirations for the trend) perhaps it's not such a surprising statement to make after all.
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So, fancy giving the look a go? Girls with short, straight hair are in luck as a more structured style will show off the colour and detail. But first, a word of warning...
"I would recommend speaking to a professional colour technician and do not try to create this look at home!" Rebecca advised.
No one wants Tetris hair gone wrong.
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