'''Basic Trope''': A character's hair color changes frequently.
* '''Straight''': Alice's hair changes color often.
* '''Exaggerated''':
** Alice's hair never stops changing color, going to something new every few seconds.
** Alice's hair changes between neon colors and patterns.
* '''Downplayed''':
** Every few weeks or months, Alice's hair changes color.
** Alice's hair changes color regularly, but the difference is almost unnoticeable.
* '''Justified''':
** Alice dyes her hair a new color every Saturday.
** Alice's hair is [[FunctionalMagic magically enchanted]] to change color at will, or in response to her mood.
** Alice's body has {{nanomachines}}, which she can use to change her hair color within a short period of time.
** Alice is a shapeshifter.
** Alice is a HumanAlien whose "hair" is [[BizarreAlienBiology actually a mass of filament-like outgrowths]] whose pigmentation changes (whether voluntarily or involuntarily) depending on the situation, due to some chemical property in the cells.
* '''Inverted''': Everyone in Alice's world has ever-changing hair color, but Alice's remains constant.
* '''Subverted''':
** Alice isn't changing her actual hair color, she is swapping a collection of wigs around.
** Alice is actually changing which of her many bodies she is using; they are all identical, apart from hair color.
* '''Double Subverted''':
** Alice has undyed hair beneath the wigs, except there's only one wig after all, which she was dying; her scalp is too sensitive to use such chemicals.
** Alice frequently swaps which body she uses, but they do all have the same hair color; in each body, she has to dye her hair to a different hue to make it seem like her hair is changing colors when she switches body.
* '''Parodied''': Alice's hair does change colors...But they're all invisible to the naked eye, requiring a spectrometer to truly appreciate.
* '''Zig Zagged''': ???
* '''Averted''': Alice has lasting hair color.
* '''Enforced''': The person illustrating the story keeps running out of paints and isn't good at getting the same hue twice, so Alice's hair changes color.
* '''Lampshaded''': Alice notices her hair color changing a lot and wonders why it happens.
* '''Invoked''': Bob sends Alice many shades of hair dye because he doesn't like her current brown hair.
* '''Exploited''': Bob notices that Alice's hair changes color depending on her mood, and uses this to understand and talk to her better.
* '''Defied''': Alice doesn't want her hair to change color, and gets a wig and permanent dye to prevent it.
* '''Discussed''': Bob and Charlie talk about how Alice just got many shades of hair dye and will probably begin dying it a lot soon.
* '''Conversed''': "In a cheap story like this, a way to make a character more interesting is to give them randomly changing hair colors."
* '''Deconstructed''':
** Alice's unpredictable hair color means she can't get a job because her employer thinks she's immature.
** Alice is only recognized by her hair, so when it changes nobody knows who she is.
* '''Reconstructed''':
** Alice finds an employer who doesn't care about her quirky hair.
** People learn to tell who Alice is by other features that don't change.
** Or they identify her by the fact that her hair changes colors.
* '''Played For Laughs''': Alice's hair changes color at the most inappropriate times, with a loud bang.
* '''Played For Drama''': Alice is desperate to find a way to stop her hair changing color because she feels it is ruining her life.
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