History YouGottaHaveBlueHair / Anime

28th Jul '16 12:12:16 PM Willbyr
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* The picture on the [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair main page]] comes from ''MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch'', where, for the mermaids at least (except for the Pink ones), hair color also indicates race. Humans and other characters (and Pink mermaids) can have any color.

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* The picture on the [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair main page]] comes from ''MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch'', ''Manga/MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch'', where, for the mermaids at least (except for the Pink ones), hair color also indicates race. Humans and other characters (and Pink mermaids) can have any color.
21st Jul '16 12:29:17 PM nighttrainfm
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-->'''Freeza:''' So what is this - Super Saiyan with blue hair dye?
18th Jul '16 6:00:27 PM AzureSeas
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* Aoba Suzukaze of ''Manga/NewGame'' has purple hair. She's the only one with an unnatrual hair color.
15th Jul '16 2:16:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Manga/{{Pretear}}'', secondary characters have brown hair, except for Himeno's step-sisters, who have blueish-green and pink hair. The main cast got hair of different levels of plausibility: brown with some red mixed in (Goh), orange (Hajime), {{red|HeadedHero}} (Himeno), blond (Shin), golden (Kei, who also has {{dark skin|nedBlond}} in the anime), and white (Mannen). Sasame was blond in the manga, but became [[WhiteHairBlackHeart white-haired]] in the anime ([[FaceHeelTurn for a reason, apparently]]). Hayate's hair went from perfectly normal black in the manga to [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair dark blue]] in the anime.

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* In ''Manga/{{Pretear}}'', secondary characters have brown hair, except for Himeno's step-sisters, who have blueish-green and pink hair. The main cast got hair of different levels of plausibility: brown with some red mixed in (Goh), orange (Hajime), {{red|HeadedHero}} red (Himeno), blond (Shin), golden (Kei, who also has {{dark skin|nedBlond}} in the anime), and white (Mannen). Sasame was blond in the manga, but became [[WhiteHairBlackHeart white-haired]] in the anime ([[FaceHeelTurn for a reason, apparently]]). Hayate's hair went from perfectly normal black in the manga to [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair dark blue]] in the anime.



* ''Manga/TokyoMewMew''. Technically, at least Minto and Zakuro ''may'' have stylized black hair, and the anime version of Ichigo is a more or less plausible {{red|HeadedHero}}head, but then there are the obviously blonde [[ChineseGirl Bu-ling]] and [[MissionControl Ryou]]...Additionally, in the anime, the Mew Mews' hair colour [[PowerDyesYourHair changes from normal to outrageous when they transform]], save for Zakuro and Retasu, whose hair remain purple and green (albeit different shades). In the manga, all five girls always have [[ColorCodedCharacters fancy hair colours]], transformed or not. Interestingly, in the manga, Zakuro is said to have black hair at one point, suggesting purple is, indeed, here just for convenience. [[MissionControl Ryou Shirogane]], on the other hand, is confirmed to have golden hair and blue eyes via the scene where Ichigo thinks he is [[MysteriousProtector the Blue Knight]], citing said features as a similarity. Slightly odd, since this is the typical appearance of a "gaijin", which Ryou doesn't seem to be (he did live in America, but it is implied that his parents were Japanese).

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* ''Manga/TokyoMewMew''. Technically, at least Minto and Zakuro ''may'' have stylized black hair, and the anime version of Ichigo is a more or less plausible {{red|HeadedHero}}head, redhead, but then there are the obviously blonde [[ChineseGirl Bu-ling]] and [[MissionControl Ryou]]...Additionally, in the anime, the Mew Mews' hair colour [[PowerDyesYourHair changes from normal to outrageous when they transform]], save for Zakuro and Retasu, whose hair remain purple and green (albeit different shades). In the manga, all five girls always have [[ColorCodedCharacters fancy hair colours]], transformed or not. Interestingly, in the manga, Zakuro is said to have black hair at one point, suggesting purple is, indeed, here just for convenience. [[MissionControl Ryou Shirogane]], on the other hand, is confirmed to have golden hair and blue eyes via the scene where Ichigo thinks he is [[MysteriousProtector the Blue Knight]], citing said features as a similarity. Slightly odd, since this is the typical appearance of a "gaijin", which Ryou doesn't seem to be (he did live in America, but it is implied that his parents were Japanese).
11th Jul '16 1:55:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'', Bernkastel's blue/[[AdaptationDyeJob purplish]] hair stands out when compared to the rest of the cast introduced up to that point (she ''is'' a magical being: [[spoiler:namely, an amalgamation of all the Higurashi's Rika who didn't survive the GroundhogDayLoop]]). It stretches a bit on the very [[RedHeadedHero redheaded]] Battler and white-haired Kyrie (being Japanese), but at least they are natural hair colors.

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* In ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'', Bernkastel's blue/[[AdaptationDyeJob purplish]] hair stands out when compared to the rest of the cast introduced up to that point (she ''is'' a magical being: [[spoiler:namely, an amalgamation of all the Higurashi's Rika who didn't survive the GroundhogDayLoop]]). It stretches a bit on the very [[RedHeadedHero redheaded]] redheaded Battler and white-haired Kyrie (being Japanese), but at least they are natural hair colors.
8th Jul '16 10:47:20 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''Anime/{{Macross}}'', people with unusual hair colors tend to have [[HumanAliens Zentraedi heritage]]. That said, even a few of the 100% human characters have rather odd hair colors, which are likely a case of HairColorDissonance:

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* In ''Anime/{{Macross}}'', people with unusual hair colors tend to have [[HumanAliens Zentraedi heritage]].non-human heritage]] (most commonly [[OurGiantsAreBigger Zentraedi]]). That said, even a few of the 100% human characters have rather odd hair colors, which are likely a case of HairColorDissonance:



** In ''Anime/MacrossZero'', there's Mao Nome's purple hair, which is probably supposed to represent some shade of brunette.

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** In ''Anime/MacrossZero'', there's Mao Nome's purple hair, which is probably supposed to represent some shade of brunette.brunette like her sister's.
29th May '16 9:07:10 PM Willbyr
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* [[VillainProtagonist Ciel]] [[CreepyChild Phantomhive]] of BlackButler has darkish blue hair in the anime. Slightly odd given that, in the manga, it's dark grey in colour shots, only occasionally [[HairColorDissonance rendered as blue]]. [[FunnyForeigner Soma]]'s hair was always purple, though. (...until [[http://www.kuroshitsujimanga.com/74/01/ that one time]] it was rendered as brown, coincidentally on a cover where Ciel's hair looks bluer than usual.) Madame Red and [[AxCrazy Grelle]] [[CombatSadomasochist Sutcliffe]] both have cherry-red hair, but it's treated like ordinary ginger.

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* [[VillainProtagonist Ciel]] [[CreepyChild Phantomhive]] of BlackButler ''Manga/BlackButler'' has darkish blue hair in the anime. Slightly odd given that, in the manga, it's dark grey in colour shots, only occasionally [[HairColorDissonance rendered as blue]]. [[FunnyForeigner Soma]]'s hair was always purple, though. (...until [[http://www.kuroshitsujimanga.com/74/01/ that one time]] it was rendered as brown, coincidentally on a cover where Ciel's hair looks bluer than usual.) Madame Red and [[AxCrazy Grelle]] [[CombatSadomasochist Sutcliffe]] both have cherry-red hair, but it's treated like ordinary ginger.
29th May '16 7:19:43 PM Pichu-kun
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* Shadow Link, from the [[Manga/TheLegendOfZelda Legend of Zelda: Four Swords manga]], is [[http://www.onemanga.com/The_Legend_of_Zelda_-_Four_Swords_Plus/7/00-cover2/ show to have purple hair]], likely because purple is the direct opposite of yellow, and all the other "Links" are blond.

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* Shadow Link, from the [[Manga/TheLegendOfZelda ''[[Manga/TheLegendOfZelda Legend of Zelda: Four Swords manga]], Swords]]' manga, is [[http://www.onemanga.com/The_Legend_of_Zelda_-_Four_Swords_Plus/7/00-cover2/ show to have purple hair]], likely because purple is the direct opposite of yellow, and all the other "Links" are blond.



* Characters from the planet Queen Earth in ''Manga/NurseAngelRirikaSOS'' have unusual hair colors like blue and green, despite their world otherwise being being similar to a less modern day Earth. Characters from Earth usually have normal hair colors like brown and in Ririka's case blonde (which is [[ImplausibleHairColor unusual for a Japanese girl]] but it [[HairOfGoldHeartOfGold fits her]] nevertheless). No one ever mentions Dewey's or Minima's hair colors, instead characters find their ''clothing'' weird.

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* Characters from the planet Queen Earth in ''Manga/NurseAngelRirikaSOS'' have unusual hair colors like blue and green, despite their world otherwise being being similar to a less modern day Earth. Characters from Earth usually have normal hair colors like brown and in Ririka's case blonde (which is [[ImplausibleHairColor unusual for a Japanese girl]] but it [[HairOfGoldHeartOfGold fits her]] nevertheless).nevertheless, [[spoiler:plus it has plot relative relevance]]). No one ever mentions Dewey's or Minima's hair colors, instead characters find their ''clothing'' weird.
29th May '16 6:30:01 PM Pichu-kun
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* In ''Anime/CodeGeass'', the Japanese characters tend to have realistic brown or black hair, while the Brittanian characters have somewhat more outlandish hair colors and styles. C.C.'s green hair is apparently natural, too.

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* In ''Anime/CodeGeass'', the ''Anime/CodeGeass'':
** The
Japanese characters tend to have realistic brown or black hair, while the Brittanian characters have somewhat more outlandish hair colors and styles. C.C.'s green hair is apparently natural, too.



* ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' plays this weirdly: the cast runs the gamut of rainbow hair colors...except for Sunohara, whose blonde hair is dyed and is stated to be "an impossible color" (his actual hair color is gray-blue). So...why exactly is that ''one'' shade of color impossible when none of the others are?
** The other colors (except the Fujibayashi's lavender hair) are similar to black and brown, which are the main colors of Japanese hair. So it can be seen as an equivalent to that. Sunohara is full Japanese and can't have blond hair naturally. Not that it sounds any less weird.

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* ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' plays this weirdly: the cast runs the gamut of rainbow hair colors...except for Sunohara, whose blonde hair is dyed and is stated to be "an impossible color" (his actual hair color is gray-blue). So...why exactly is that ''one'' shade of color impossible when none of the others are?
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are? It comes down to stylization. The other colors (except the Fujibayashi's lavender hair) are similar to black and brown, which are the main colors of Japanese hair. So it can be seen as an equivalent to that. Sunohara is full Japanese and can't have blond hair naturally. Not that it sounds any less weird.



* ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' has realistic-looking characters, so the vast majority of them fall under plausible hair colors...except for green-haired Spike, purple-haired Faye, and [[WhiteHairBlackHeart white-haired, black-hearted]] Vicious. No explanation given for these unusual hair colors and nobody notices.
** As far as Spike and Faye, they're more than likely black-haired with highlights/contrast shades added in.
* ClarkKenting related example -- everyone in the world of ''Anime/YesPrecure5'' has some shade of brown or black hair, ''except'' for the heroines, all of whom have hair in their respective hero colors even in civilian form. Red-haired Rin and (justified) blonde Urara might not stand out, but Nozomi, Komachi, and Karen's pink, blue, and green, coupled with the fact that [[LimitedSocialCircle the five spend a lot of time together]]...
** Rin's got realistic-looking brown "red" hair, which becomes ''bright red'' when she transforms. So maybe that throws people off.

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* ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' has realistic-looking characters, so the vast majority of them fall under plausible hair colors...except for green-haired Spike, purple-haired Faye, and [[WhiteHairBlackHeart white-haired, black-hearted]] Vicious. No explanation given for these unusual hair colors and nobody notices.
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notices. As far as Spike and Faye, they're more than likely black-haired with highlights/contrast shades added in.
* ClarkKenting related example -- everyone in the world of ''Anime/YesPrecure5'' has some shade of brown or black hair, ''except'' for the heroines, all of whom have hair in their respective hero colors even in civilian form. Red-haired Rin and (justified) blonde Urara might not stand out, but Nozomi, Komachi, and Karen's pink, blue, and green, coupled with the fact that [[LimitedSocialCircle the five spend a lot of time together]]...
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together]]... Rin's got realistic-looking brown "red" hair, which becomes ''bright red'' when she transforms. So maybe that throws people off.



* ''Franchise/DragonBall'' has Bulma and Bra/Bulla with purple hair (both have [[AdaptationDyeJob blue hair in the animé]]). Trunks also has purple hair and it turns gold when he's Super Saiyan.

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* ''Franchise/DragonBall'' has ''Franchise/DragonBall'':
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Bulma and Bra/Bulla with their purple hair (both have [[AdaptationDyeJob blue hair in the animé]]). Trunks also has purple hair and it turns gold when he's Super Saiyan.



* All members of the Diclonius sub-species in ''Manga/ElfenLied'' have hair in varying shades of pink (in the anime, at least). Justified in that they are not entirely human. Also, their hair color, combined with the cat-ear-like horns on their head, single them out among crowds of humans. Quite unusual for a manga, all the regular humans actually have realistic hair colors, and only the Diclonii live up to this trope. Only stand-out among the regular humans is Yuka who has straw blond hair, but is Japanese. However, we never see her parents, so she might have some Caucasian blood running in her family.
** In the manga, the "third-generation" Silpelit, Mariko, has blond hair, which is completely impossible considering the fact that her parents were both Japanese and had dark hair.
* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', the main hero, Natsu, has pink hair. One of his companions, Erza, is a red-head (not orange-red, cherry-red). Erza's antagonist character (since every character has one big bad affiliated with them), Jellal, has blue hair.
** Erza's surname, "Scarlet", was actually given to her because of her hair color.

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* All members of the Diclonius sub-species in ''Manga/ElfenLied'' have hair in varying shades of pink (in the anime, at least).least; in the manga only Nyu does). Justified in that they are not entirely human. Also, their hair color, combined with the cat-ear-like horns on their head, single them out among crowds of humans. Quite unusual for a manga, all the regular humans actually have realistic hair colors, and only the Diclonii live up to this trope. Only stand-out among the regular humans is Yuka who has straw blond hair, but is Japanese. However, we never see her parents, so she might have some Caucasian blood running in her family.
* ''Manga/FairyTail'':
** In the manga, the "third-generation" Silpelit, Mariko, has blond hair, which is completely impossible considering the fact that her parents were both Japanese and had dark hair.
* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', the
The main hero, Natsu, has pink hair. One of his companions, Erza, is a red-head (not orange-red, cherry-red). Erza's antagonist character (since every character has one big bad affiliated with them), Jellal, has blue hair.
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hair. Erza's surname, "Scarlet", was actually given to her because of her hair color.



* Takedo, the boxer delinquent from ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'', has blue hair.

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* Takedo, the ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'':
** The
boxer delinquent from ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'', Takedo has blue hair.



* ''Anime/KillLaKill'', despite its ridiculously over-the-top nature, actually has hair colors that mostly fall into the realm of reality. Some of the exceptions being the grey-blue-haired Mikisugi, pink-haired Nonon, tealish-haired Houka, lilac-haired Rei, green-haired Uzu, and possibly Ryuko and Tsumugu, who both have red stripes in their hair, though the latter of two's could conceivably be a dye-job but, in Ryuko's case, [[spoiler: it's actually a strand of life fibers that sprang from her being half-fused with them shortly after birth.]]
** And then there's [[TropeCodifier Ragyo Kiryuin]], whose hair is not only [[MulticoloredHair rainbow colored]], but also shines its own light in a way reminiscent of a neon sign.

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* ''Anime/KillLaKill'', despite its ridiculously over-the-top nature, actually has hair colors that mostly fall into the realm of reality. Some of the exceptions being the grey-blue-haired Mikisugi, pink-haired Nonon, tealish-haired Houka, lilac-haired Rei, green-haired Uzu, and possibly Ryuko and Tsumugu, who both have red stripes in their hair, though the latter of two's could conceivably be a dye-job but, in Ryuko's case, [[spoiler: it's actually a strand of life fibers that sprang from her being half-fused with them shortly after birth.]]
** And then
]] Then there's [[TropeCodifier Ragyo Kiryuin]], whose hair is not only [[MulticoloredHair rainbow colored]], but also shines its own light in a way reminiscent of a neon sign.



* Almost no one has normal colored hair in ''Anime/LuckyStar''. It's lampshaded when Miyuki (who has pink hair) explains to Konata (blue), Tsukasa, and Kagami (both purple) why exposure to sunlight and seawater changes hair color. Most, if not all, characters with funky hair colors [[CurtainsMatchTheWindow also have that as their eye color]]. As such, one may pretend that their hair is perceived in their world as being black/dark brown.
** This is completely ignored and lampshaded further in the dub, where Konata comments that Miyuki is like her mother "down to the last pink hair."
** And, also in the dub, Misao (who actually has brown hair) calls Konata "Shorty [=McBlueHair=]" at one point when she asks if that's who wants to borrow the game Kagami is asking her to return.

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* Almost no one has normal colored hair in ''Anime/LuckyStar''.''Manga/LuckyStar''. It's lampshaded when Miyuki (who has pink hair) explains to Konata (blue), Tsukasa, and Kagami (both purple) why exposure to sunlight and seawater changes hair color. Most, if not all, characters with funky hair colors [[CurtainsMatchTheWindow also have that as their eye color]]. As such, one may pretend that their hair is perceived in their world as being black/dark brown.
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brown. This is completely ignored and lampshaded further in the dub, where Konata comments that Miyuki is like her mother "down to the last pink hair."
** And, also
" Also in the dub, Misao (who actually has brown hair) calls Konata "Shorty [=McBlueHair=]" at one point when she asks if that's who wants to borrow the game Kagami is asking her to return.



* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has Sakura, who has pink hair (and ThemeNaming based upon her hair colour). And it's apparently ''natural'', unless she's going to the trouble of dying her ''eyebrows''. If not for her, it would fit possibly into plausible hair due to the show not being set in Japan (even though everyone ''is'' culturally Japanese). However, [[TheChick Konan]] in Akatsuki has blue/purple/periwinkle hair, and Pein has Orange hair.
** Blond hair is quite common in the ''Naruto'' universe (Naruto himself, Ino, Temari, Temari's mother and uncle, Tsunade, Deidara, the 4th Hokage), as are gray-haired young people (Kakashi [whose BackStory puts him in his late twenties, Kabuto).

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
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Sakura, who has pink hair (and ThemeNaming based upon her hair colour). And it's apparently ''natural'', unless she's going to the trouble of dying her ''eyebrows''. If not for her, it would fit possibly into plausible hair due to the show not being set in Japan (even though everyone ''is'' culturally Japanese). However, [[TheChick Konan]] in
** Konan from the
Akatsuki has blue/purple/periwinkle hair, and Pein Pain has Orange orange hair.
** Blond hair is quite common in the ''Naruto'' universe (Naruto himself, Ino, Temari, Temari's mother and uncle, Tsunade, Deidara, the 4th Hokage), as are gray-haired young people (Kakashi [whose whose BackStory puts him in his late twenties, Kabuto).



* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' has more or less the normal range of hair colors, except for Rei's blue and Kaworu's gray. Then again, neither Rei nor Kaworu are fully human...
** It has been suggested by some fans that Rei and Kaworu may, as a result of genetic tampering, have albinism. It's a reasonable assumption (very pale skin, red eyes). Creator/HideakiAnno, however, insists that this was just to make them stand out against the other characters.

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* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'':
** The cast
has more or less the normal range of hair colors, except for Rei's blue and Kaworu's gray. Then again, neither Rei nor Kaworu are fully human...
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human... It has been suggested by some fans that Rei and Kaworu may, as a result of genetic tampering, have albinism. It's a reasonable assumption (very pale skin, red eyes). Creator/HideakiAnno, however, insists that this was just to make them stand out against the other characters.



* Silvana Greone, Shaoli, and Chloe from ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' all have purple hair, albeit in different shades. Silvana's hair is light purple, Shaoli's is dark purple, and Chloe's is in between.
** In addition to purple hair, each of these {{Femme Fatale}}s has a suited alias as well. Silvana's dubbed "The Brutal Princess" or "The Intoccabile", Shaoli's nicknamed "The Cold Blooded Killer", and Chloe is aliased "The True Noir".

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* Silvana Greone, Shaoli, and Chloe from ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' all have purple hair, albeit in different shades. Silvana's hair is light purple, Shaoli's is dark purple, and Chloe's is in between.
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between. In addition to purple hair, each of these {{Femme Fatale}}s has a suited alias as well. Silvana's dubbed "The Brutal Princess" or "The Intoccabile", Shaoli's nicknamed "The Cold Blooded Killer", and Chloe is aliased "The True Noir".Noir".
* Characters from the planet Queen Earth in ''Manga/NurseAngelRirikaSOS'' have unusual hair colors like blue and green, despite their world otherwise being being similar to a less modern day Earth. Characters from Earth usually have normal hair colors like brown and in Ririka's case blonde (which is [[ImplausibleHairColor unusual for a Japanese girl]] but it [[HairOfGoldHeartOfGold fits her]] nevertheless). No one ever mentions Dewey's or Minima's hair colors, instead characters find their ''clothing'' weird.



* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', oddly enough, the blue hair of main characters Vivi and Franky is never so much as mentioned, while longer-standing main character Zoro's green hair is ostensibly unusual enough to be cause for mockery. Maybe his detractors just hate him ''a lot''.

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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', oddly ''Manga/OnePiece'':
** Oddly
enough, the blue hair of main characters Vivi and Franky is never so much as mentioned, while longer-standing main character Zoro's green hair is ostensibly unusual enough to be cause for mockery. Maybe his detractors just hate him ''a lot''.



* Before the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime changed to digital animation, James' hair was blue. Now, it's lavender (the dub has made a joke about this). Jessie's hair went from fire engine red to magenta and Tracey's was green even before the switch (just a darker shade, almost black).

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* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'':
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Before the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime changed to digital animation, James' hair was blue. Now, it's lavender (the dub has made a joke about this). Jessie's hair went from fire engine red to magenta and Tracey's was green even before the switch (just a darker shade, almost black).



** And now we have Cilan, with bright green hair. Then there's his brother, Cress, who plays this trope word for word with blue hair. The third one, Chili, has bright red hair.

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** And now we have Cilan, with bright green hair. Then there's his brother, Cress, who plays this trope word for word with blue hair. The third one, Chili, has bright red hair.



** Crystal from ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' inverts this trope. She originally had [[http://netkun.com/pockemon/gallery/big_img/gallery01.html brown]] [[http://netkun.com/pockemon/gallery/big_img/gallery03.html hair]], but was [[http://netkun.com/pockemon/gallery/big_img/gallery05.html changed]] to [[http://netkun.com/pockemon/gallery/big_img/gallery07.html blue]] to match her game and anime counterparts. She changed back to brown recently though, which makes people wonder what will happen in the Heartgold/Soulsilver arc..
** On the cover of an Emerald volume, her hair was brown, but an image at the end of the saga shows her with dark blue hair. As of HGSS, it stayed dark blue again. But really, either the artist really can't make up his mind or he's trollin' us. Seriously, every time there's a colored shot of her, her hair color changes. Even her first outfit was like this; her jacket would go between white and pink.
** Other ''Manga/{{Pokemon}}'' manga have their fair-share of this. ''Manga/PokemonReburst'' has a green haired protagonist. ''Manga/PokemonDiamondAndPearlAdventure'' has a blue haired primary protagonist and a green haired secondary one. ''Manga/PokemonGoldenBoys'' version of Kris has teal hair.

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** * ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'': Crystal from ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' inverts this trope. She originally had [[http://netkun.com/pockemon/gallery/big_img/gallery01.html brown]] [[http://netkun.com/pockemon/gallery/big_img/gallery03.html hair]], but was [[http://netkun.com/pockemon/gallery/big_img/gallery05.html changed]] to [[http://netkun.com/pockemon/gallery/big_img/gallery07.html blue]] to match her game and anime counterparts. She changed back to brown recently though, which makes people wonder what will happen in the Heartgold/Soulsilver arc..
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arc.. On the cover of an Emerald volume, her hair was brown, but an image at the end of the saga shows her with dark blue hair. As of HGSS, it stayed dark blue again. But really, either the artist really can't make up his mind or he's trollin' us. Seriously, every time there's a colored shot of her, her hair color changes. Even her first outfit was like this; her jacket would go between white and pink.
** * Other ''Manga/{{Pokemon}}'' manga have their fair-share of this. ''Manga/PokemonReburst'' has a green haired protagonist. ''Manga/PokemonDiamondAndPearlAdventure'' has a blue haired primary protagonist and a green haired secondary one. ''Manga/PokemonGoldenBoys'' version of Kris has teal hair.



* ''Anime/SamuraiSeven'' has (mostly) plausible hair colors: browns and blacks. Then we get to redheaded Heihachi, blond Shichiroji and Kyuuzo, and Ukyo, who actually has blue hair.
** And Katsushiro has green hair.

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* ''Anime/SamuraiSeven'' has (mostly) plausible hair colors: browns and blacks. Then we get to redheaded Heihachi, blond Shichiroji and Kyuuzo, and blue haired Ukyo, who actually has blue hair.
** And
and Katsushiro has with green hair.



* ''Manga/TokyoMewMew''. Technically, at least Minto and Zakuro ''may'' have stylized black hair, and the anime version of Ichigo is a more or less plausible {{red|HeadedHero}}head, but then there are the obviously blonde [[ChineseGirl Bu-ling]] and [[MissionControl Ryou]]...Additionally, in the anime, the Mew Mews' hair colour [[PowerDyesYourHair changes from normal to outrageous when they transform]], save for Zakuro and Retasu, whose hair remain purple and green (albeit different shades). In the manga, all five girls always have [[ColorCodedCharacters fancy hair colours]], transformed or not.
** Interestingly, in the manga, Zakuro is said to have black hair at one point, suggesting purple is, indeed, here just for convenience. [[MissionControl Ryou Shirogane]], on the other hand, is confirmed to have golden hair and blue eyes via the scene where Ichigo thinks he is [[MysteriousProtector the Blue Knight]], citing said features as a similarity. Slightly odd, since this is the typical appearance of a "gaijin", which Ryou doesn't seem to be (he did live in America, but it is implied that his parents were Japanese).

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* ''Manga/TokyoMewMew''. Technically, at least Minto and Zakuro ''may'' have stylized black hair, and the anime version of Ichigo is a more or less plausible {{red|HeadedHero}}head, but then there are the obviously blonde [[ChineseGirl Bu-ling]] and [[MissionControl Ryou]]...Additionally, in the anime, the Mew Mews' hair colour [[PowerDyesYourHair changes from normal to outrageous when they transform]], save for Zakuro and Retasu, whose hair remain purple and green (albeit different shades). In the manga, all five girls always have [[ColorCodedCharacters fancy hair colours]], transformed or not.
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not. Interestingly, in the manga, Zakuro is said to have black hair at one point, suggesting purple is, indeed, here just for convenience. [[MissionControl Ryou Shirogane]], on the other hand, is confirmed to have golden hair and blue eyes via the scene where Ichigo thinks he is [[MysteriousProtector the Blue Knight]], citing said features as a similarity. Slightly odd, since this is the typical appearance of a "gaijin", which Ryou doesn't seem to be (he did live in America, but it is implied that his parents were Japanese).
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* Most characters of ''LightNovel/LoveChunibyoAndOtherDelusions'' have natural hair colours--Rikka's black can be seen as a stylized black. The lone exception is the light novel-exclusive Satone, who has ''bright pink'' hair.

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* Most characters of ''LightNovel/LoveChunibyoAndOtherDelusions'' have natural hair colours--Rikka's black bluish can be seen as a stylized black. The lone exception is the light novel-exclusive Satone, who has ''bright pink'' hair.
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