The Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino Inspired This Whimsical Hairstyle — PHOTOS
Because unicorns everywhere and all the time is a beautiful thing, Starbucks' limited edition Unicorn Frappuccino is a taste-shifting, sugary, pink and blue concoction that mimics the unicorn x rainbow beauty trend. Unicorn makeup came first, and now unicorn hair is becoming increasingly popular, especially with Lime Crime's Unicorn Hair Dyes, which are vegan and can be mixed. Even Zendaya gave her mom a unicorn dye job.
Now, a Canadian hairstylist with a big social media following and incredible vision took inspo from the Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino and translated into a hairstyle for one of her clients. She even included the signature green straw as an accessory and for added effect. Here's me, shaking and crying over the majesty of this color and coif.
Kelly Woodford, who is based in Winnipeg and who has some sweet pastel hair herself, at least according to her Insta avatar, created a whimsical 'do via unusual source material. Seriously, the image of the Uni Frapp positioned next to the follicles shows that Woodford's inspiration was translated quite literally and beautifully.
The French twist, complete with the straw "stick," is adorbs! It looks good enough to drink. OK, of course, it's not really consumable, but it's still amazing.
Woodford, who is a supremely talented colorist, also posted videos of the creation of this look.
The clips are insanely satisfying and might have you booking a trip to Canada for some time in her chair. Woodford has mad skillz, yo!
However, if traveling isn't in the cards or the budget, at the very least, the pics and vids will have you cruising over to your local 'Bucks location to place an order for a Unicorn Frappuccino.
The drink is limited edition and starts out with sweet taste before morphing into something more sour. It's a rainbow of flavors. It's also a rainbow of hair hues.
Also, take some time out of your day to browse Woodford's Instagram feed. She does showstopping work. Perhaps you can take a mid-day break, drink a Uni Frapp, and page through her feed. Those are all worthwhile unicorn pursuits.