Justin Bieber Hops on the 'Mermaid Hair' Trend in a Funky Way

01/16/2016 at 04:49 PM ET

Justin Bieber is no stranger to experimenting with crazy hair colors, but his latest dye job might be his most daring yet.

In a picture posted to Instagram late Friday, Bieber leans against a red Ferrari and debuts his take on the “mermaid hair” trend. The “Sorry” singer appears to have gone for a sort of purple ombrĂ© style, with darker violet in the back and a grayish lavender in the front.

Justin BieberJustin Bieber/Instagram

In other pictures posted Saturday, the Biebs shows off his toned physique at the gym and slicks back his long lilac bangs for a sleek yet still whimsical look.

back in the gym,

A photo posted by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on

What do you think of Bieber’s new ‘do? Should he go back to his blonde roots?

— Andrea Park

FILED UNDER: Celebs , Hair , Justin Bieber
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sarah on

What an ugly woman.

beth on

Ewww

What? on

She’s really not good looking.

Richard Canipe on

I don’t want to live on this planet anymore!

Ashley on

I like his hair he can change up

Marina on

I’m all for kids doing things that don’t hurt others but makes them happy. At least he’s not being a butt-munch again….

Pam on

Wow. Lmao!

Selena Gomez's Lover on

Looks like his brain vomitted.

Madison on

Too girly.

rubyovertherainbow* on

He always looks like he’s wearing girl clothes. Does he swing the other way ?

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