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11 Hair Trends That Will Make 2018 A Very, Very Pretty Year

And the names are borderline genius, too.

1. Hollywood Opal

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This look combines "Old Hollywood" soft waves with a softer, more subtle version of the popular mermaid hair trend.

2. Ghosted

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The idea with this platinum-look is that when your hair moves, there are notes of "shimmery shades" that pop up for a split second, making you wonder if you've actually seen them or not — hence, "ghosted." LOL.

3. Butterbeer

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The name has recently been coined by Revelist, and it basically involves a deliciously beautiful mix of deep yellows and vibrant oranges. Perfect for a shopping trip to Hogsmeade.

4. Glitterage

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Described as a "happy accident" by its creator Danielle Wade, it is just glitter combined with hair gel painted onto the hair. So, it's not a color process, but a styling process.

5. Mac and cheese

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This hunger-inducing color has been making the rounds on IG lately and, tbh, looks perfect for spring.

6. Ice blonde

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Kim Kardashian and mom Kris recently shared a photo of themselves sporting this very Khaleesi-esque look on Valentine's Day. For only the most fashionable of White Walkers.

7. Reverse Balayage

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This inverted take on a more traditional balayage, which has been pioneered by hairstylist Deryn Daniels, flips the dark roots to the bottom.

8. Pink lemonade

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This BURST of pretty pink and yellow is perfect for summer. Superstar Constance Wu is even sporting the look, now!

9. Mulled wine

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With a deep burgundy base, this color also incorporates subtle orange and cinnamon tints...and it's cozy AF.

10. Rose gold

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This is like a baby pink blended with warm, brassy golds — ya know, kinda like Kylie Jenner circa fall of 2016.

11. Ashy violet

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This muted lavender color was recently spotted by Marie Claire, and tbh, looks completely ethereal.

Have you tried any of these looks? Let us know in the comments!

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