Demi Lovato

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Blondes may have more fun, and brunettes may have more ambition. But they've got nothing on lavender-hued Demi Lovato.

The 21-year-old is famous for her always-changing tresses, currently a lively lavender-silver ombré. We've seen her hair take on practically every shade of a mood ring, from bubble gum pink to teal-green ombré.

So how does the "Neon Lights" singer settle on the perfect shade? We got the exclusive scoop from Lovato before her performance at the Pop-Tarts Crazy Good Summer free concert tour in her hometown Dallas.  

Demi Lovato, Hair

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"I love going on Pinterest and looking at different hair colors," Lovato tells E! News. "Whenever I see like a cool color I sit with it for a little bit, and if it's really, really good then I'll get it."

Perhaps it was already on Pinterest, but we're giving props to Lovato for starting the lavender-silver trend, which fellow Disney-alum Raven-Symoné has since adopted. But what made Lovato settle on the colorful combo for herself?

"I was kind of bored of the colors that I've had and I wanted something that wasn't as like out there as hot pink. So I changed it," Lovato tells us. "I love lavender and I thought silver could be really cool, too."

As for what shade she'll land on next? Well, Lovato doesn't know yet.

"I'm not sure yet," she tells us. "I really want to do just a solid color; no ombré. But the second I do that I'm probably going to want the ombré back with some crazy color. Or the second I do that I'll want to go blond!"

Our pick for Demi's newest shade? We're think a flame-hued shade to complement her feisty-fun personality.

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