They say 1991 was the year punk broke, and colored hair moved full speed ahead. Neon strands became less political and more about cultivating the grunge and rave looks. Manic Panic saw its dye worn by models on fashion runways, and guitar god Kurt Cobain sported Raggedy Ann-inspired red hair. But Sassy magazine kept one foot in the past by telling readers to dye their hair with Kool-Aid — common practice for the cash-strapped punks of the '70s.
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