Rita Ora Rocks Cotton-Candy Pink Hair On The Cover Of 'Nylon' — Plus Her Hair Evolution Per The Colors Of The Rainbow

British singer Rita Ora attends the show or fashion house Moschino as part of the Milan's Women's fashion week Autumn/Winter 2014 collections on February 20, 2014. AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI (Photo credit should read TIZIANA FABI/AFP/Getty Images)
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Rita Ora has proven to be the ultimate modern age pop-rock princess. Notorious for her wild spunky style and her "I don't give a damn what people think" attitude, she sort of embodies a cross between P!nk and Katy Perry — successfully marrying fun pop music with edgy eccentric looks. Her style is constantly changing too, more specifically her hair (which has been pretty much every color of the rainbow). Now, Rita Ora brought back her candy-colored pink hair on the cover of Nylon's March issue — and it's without a doubt her best shade. 

I first fell in love with the rose-gold locks back in November, when she debuted the romantic look at an event in London. Sadly, it was quite short-lived as she almost immediately returned to her signature bleach blonde color. This time, the British singer's pink tresses are a bit longer, making the look even more gorgeous and a bit more feminine (IMO). On the cover of Nylon, Ora rocks a super-cool fringed net dress, with long tassels in metallic bright colors. Highlighting her rose-gold mane, she sports a rose-gold metallic jacket that matches perfectly, tying the whole style together. 

How gorgeous does she look? I'm obsessed.

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Knowing Rita, her hair will be a different color tomorrow. Perhaps she'll bring back another old shade? Let's take a look at all the colors of her famous mane — but here's hoping she keeps this pink one around!

Blue

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Pink

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Multicolored

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Blonde

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Blue + Blonde

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Purple + Blonde

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Which is your favorite?

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