Blue and purple hair has a wonderful fantasy feel to it and there are just so many ways to wear it. From ombres to dips, there’s a style to suit every girl. Blue and purple go well together because blue is used to make purple so they will always complement each other well. You can blend these shades over black, blonde and brunette colors or mix with emeralds, pinks, and turquoise colors for something really unique. Have you been dreaming about purple and blue hair? Here are some looks we are sure you are going to love!
# 1 Purple Swirl
This look has so many pretty purple and blue shades we don’t know where to start! There’s a pretty pale blue along the edges with a mixture of lavender and cornflower blue covering most of the locks. From the top down, we see bright highlights in mulberry, orchid, and peacock blue. To add to the whimsical fantasy feeling of the look the stylist also added a few curls along the edges.
In this cute ombre style, the hair begins in a light ash brown color followed by turquoise and cobalt blue. The final shades are a blend of royal purple and pansy. The hair was given messy beach waves look – this is a great vacation look for short hair, don’t you agree?
# 3 Edgy Purple and Blue Hair
You should never be afraid to be different – so wear your hair in a way that represents your individuality. That’s what this model has done – her enviable long hair is a chocolate brown shade with an imperial blue splash on the one side and violet on the other side.
# 4 Blonde with Bright Dip
Dip effects are so trendy – especially when you are brave enough to wear bold shades like these! From the roots until just past the shoulders this model's hair is a soft honey butter blonde which melts smoothly into indigo blue and then true purple. The stylist also added a few loose curls to draw attention to the bright color melt.
# 5 Blue-Violet Ringlets
We love this quirky little style – so cute and playful! To create this style the models raven black hair was infused with a mixture of blue-violet, amethyst, wine, and turquoise shades. The locks are set in small tight ringlets – bouncy and colorful!
# 6 Peek-a-Boo Blend
What makes this style stand out is the way that the blonde color has been blended into the colored edges at different levels - it’s so pretty! The colors that were used here are sunflower and chamomile blonde with blue-violet, magenta, and muted emerald green for the bright tips.
# 7 Viola and Mulberry Balayage
To create this smooth transition between colors the stylist used the balayage technique. This is the best way to achieve a color melt like this one. The model's medium length hair has dark shadow roots with rich chocolate cherry brown on top, followed by a blend of mulberry, viola, and true purple on the edges.
# 8 Blue and Black Layered Look
One fun way to wear blue and purple hair is to have a dark shade on top (midnight black in this example) and then have a bright luminous color underneath. Here the model used a palette of indigo, iceberg blue, lavender, and pale turquoise. Wearing your color like this allows you to tuck it away for work or school.
# 9 Deep Sea Melt
Dark blues and purples make for a color melt that is dazzling and mysterious. To color this model's medium length hair, the stylist used shades of indigo, deep sea blue, and blue-violet together with balayage to create a gorgeous galaxy style melt.
# 10 Mermaid Braid
The mermaid hair color trend usually includes purple and blue hair shades as well as dark yellows, turquoise greens, and magenta hues. In this look, the model is wearing a blend of these shades over her locks which were fashioned into a braided style, with a buzz cut underneath.
# 11 Dark Pastel Shimmer
Pastels don’t always have to be pale – you could try a medium to dark pastel purple too just like this model. Her locks begin with chocolate brown at the roots which fuse into pretty purple. Great color choice for a medium length bob!
# 12 Purple Passion
This purple melt hair color consists of a mixture of blue-violet and amethyst shades which have been applied at different levels to create a gorgeous blend fit for a mermaid. The stylist added some curls just below the neck to blend the hues together and help them shine in the light.
# 13 Sky Blue with Turquoise Splash
It’s easy to create statement hair with some blue and purple color – even on short hair. Here we see true purple, quartz, and sky blue with a splash of pastel turquoise on the fringe. This length makes it easy to manage your hair – perfect for busy girls who still want to stand out.
# 14 Unique Taupe and Mauve Blend
Wow, what unusual shades! This stunning color blend uses less common hair hues such as taupe blonde, muted lavender, and mauve. These shades have been carefully applied to create a beautifully melted effect. The model's locks were styled with a tiara and loose curls at the back.
# 15 Vivid Blue and Purple Hair
This short two toned hair color certainly packs punch and we love the vibrant bouncy curls as well. This model's hair is orchid purple with electric blue roots – a great duo if you are looking for something very bright and fun to do with your short or medium length hair.
# 16 Ocean Vibes
This model's hair has dark shadow roots which dissolve into a vibrant sea blue color. This shade then melts away into a mix of quartz and pastel purple. The hair has been straightened and given a blunt cut on the edges, which helps draw attention to the color. The light streaks in this look help tie the colors together really well.
# 17 Royal Purple Surprise
Not ready for full purple or blue hair? Try the peek-a-boo craze and add a splash of color underneath your regular shade. This model has opted for thick hand painted streaks of royal purple and dark blue, which look great against her cola black base color.
# 18 Turquoise Dream
If your best feature is your gorgeous blue eyes, why not play them up with some matching color in your hair. That’s what this model did: she used turquoise shades for the upper hair, which were blended into a mixture of fuchsia, vanilla, and purple on the edges. It’s too stunning for words!
# 19 Midnight Purple
For this look, the stylist used a deep midnight purple shade as the base color. Layers of dark brown gray have been added in at different levels to create dimension and to finish the look off, it was styled with plenty of loose curls. This would be a good color choice for longer hair, especially if you are looking for a purple undertone instead of vivid color.
# 20 Rocking Purple
For this short pixie cut, the stylist used color to add interest to the longer hair in front and spikes at the back. The color palette includes thin streaks of amethyst and true violet with a rich espresso brown as a base shade. Funky and easy to style? Yes, please!
# 21 Purple and Blue Rainbow
Balayage can help you achieve a look that is unique. In this beautiful example, the stylist hand-painted the colors in thin streaks allowing them to easily melt together. The colors used are peacock blue, cobalt, turquoise, and pansy purple. The stylist added loose curls on the edges and tips to help the pretty hues catch and reflect the light.
# 22 Ginger with Berry Dip
This glimmering strawberry ginger hair color is stunning on its own, but the model has taken it to the next level with a trendy blue and purple dip. She’s used contrasting shades of magenta and sapphire and added gorgeous ribbon curls to the edges.
# 23 Asymmetrical Lavender Bob
The stylist took this model’s asymmetrical bob and blended gorgeous blue and purple shades to make something outstanding! The middle section is a blue-violet shade which is sandwiched between lavender shades on either side. For effect, the blue-violet shade was carried through on the lower lock of hair on the side.
# 24 Mauve and Cerise Curls
This model's hair starts out in a rich chocolate cherry shade with strong red undertones. As it reaches the shoulders this color dissolves into a mixture of mauve, pale pink, cerise and a splash of blue-violet. The purple colored locks were set into fluffy, bouncy curls – perfect for showing off vivid hair shades.
# 25 Fuchsia Splash with Blue Edges
This model's base color is a midnight black, over which she added fuchsia shades on one side and royal blue on the edges. Black is always a good color choice to combine with purples and blue because it acts as a matte contrast.
# 26 Lilac with Summer Sky Blue Accent
For this look, the model opted for an all over lilac shade that fits in well with her pale skin tone. On one side just past the shoulder, she used a summer sky blue color. Both these colors are light and fanciful and she’s wearing them with a deep parting, brush over and beach waves on the edges.
# 27 Galaxy Melt
The galaxy hair trend is inspired by awe-inducing pictures of colorful galaxies in outer space and it’s easy to see why it is so popular. This model opted for something quite different by using a dark chocolate brown as a base color and then adding bright color in the middle. The stylist used a beautiful blend of royal purple, aquamarine and turquoise for this section.
# 28 Vivid Vintage Style
Vivid bright colors in a vintage glamor style? Yes, please! This model’s locks have dark shadow roots infused with a palette of deep azure, lavender, and Caribbean blue. The hair was styled with cute pin curls along the side and a few loose waves at the back.
# 29 Purple and Blue Hair Fusion
The key to this striking look is the thin streaks of color the stylist used. Midnight blue, true purple, and ocean blue have been perfectly melted together over this model's long locks and the hair has ironed out to a smooth, colorful finish. Once again, balayage would be the best way to achieve a look such as this.
# 30 Purple and Blue Bombshell
Ready to break out in bright colors? You can’t go wrong with vivid purples and blues, especially if you have short hair. This model shows off a bright and beautiful color melt with shades of lavender, electric blue, and fuchsia over her layered bob cut. We love how the color was used to emphasize the cut!
# 31 Blue Ombre Dip
This model’s medium length locks begin with a warm milk chocolate shade as a base color, which breaks out into bright tones on the edges. The stylist used a mixture of snowflake blue, violet, and turquoise to color the edges with a few accent streaks in the brunette layer above. The colors are blended together by a loose accent curls all along the bottom.
# 32 Midnight Glow
If you want blue and purple hair that is slightly darker, why not try shades like midnight blue and plum like we see on this model’s long mane? The stylist also used a cola black shade as a lowlight and blended the colors together really smoothly – amazing!
# 33 Indigo Statement Hair
This model's stunning look starts with a vivid indigo shade that was gently blended into a sea of amethyst colored curls. Bright colors like this make a statement and look even better with pale skin and bright blue eyes just like hers.
# 34 Jewelbox Treasure
This model's hair has been colored in sections. Firstly, the top locks have a brunette base color followed by fuchsia, violet, yellow and bright color blend. Secondly, the bottom layer of hair was shaded in a mix of fuchsia, violet, deep sea blue, and turquoise with a few streaks of bright yellow.
# 35 Electric Blue with Purple Dip
You’ll surely turn heads with this color combination! If you are ready to all out with blue and purple hair, why not try this look? She’s used a luminous electric blue for the first layer followed by bright viola for the tips, which are set in sexy curls.
We know – you’re in love with the idea of blue and purple hair now, aren’t you? It’s hard not to be, especially with so many gorgeous examples of hair creativity. So whether you choose all over bright colors, a peek-a-boo style or just a splash of purple and blue, you can be sure that you’ll be the envy of those around you. Want the look? Just go for it!