Die-Hard Fans Can Copy Margot Robbie’s ‘Suicide Squad’ Look With New Hair Dye Kit

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They may be the worst heroes ever, but they've got great style! The Suicide Squad's band of unlikely saviors includes vibrant characters like the green-haired Joker (played by Jared Leto), gothic-looking Enchantress (played by Cara Delevingne) and tri-colored, pigtail-clad Harley Quinn (played by Margot Robbie).

Now Quinn's bold look is making its way to the masses. Her bleach blonde strands and pink and blue pigtails inspired hair color brand Splat to introduce its DC Comics Suicide Squad Hair Dye Kits — at-home "rebellious" rainbow hues that will transform your tresses.

"Harley Quinn is so much fun. She's definitely right for our target audience, and we thought the movie was a great fit to build brand awareness," Helen Crutchfield-Christoni, vice president of marketing for Splat parent company Developlus Inc., told Women's Wear Daily in an announcement on Saturday, July 9.

The collection is available now at select drugstores and Hot Topic stores, and it features 11 different hair hues inspired by the characters. The Quinn-inspired two-color package, which costs $19, includes "Pink Fetish" and "Blue Envy" dyes. Solo-shade options, including a green dye for hard-core Joker fans, will retail for just $9. Each box also comes with a special-edition Suicide Squad comic book, lightening bleach, oxide and hair ties.

Getting your hands on a kit of your own could be hard, though. "They are very limited and are already selling out like crazy," Crutchfield-Christoni explained, noting that only 350,000 packages of the dyes have been made.

Though they're not sold out yet, Crutchfield-Christoni predicts the Harley Quinn colors will be the first out of stock.

Would you copy Harley Quinn's tresses?

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