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 / Updated  / Source: TODAY
By Jordan Muto

First it was the Pumpkin Spice Latte, then the flavor came for other foods like pumpkin spice M&Ms, Twinkies, Frosted Mini-Wheats and so, so many more. Now it seems the world of pumpkin spice has expanded to include non-edible items.

Lotion, candles and beauty products certainly come in yummy scents like pumpkin spice, but that would be too ordinary and predictable at this point. So, what on Earth have they thought of next? Pumpkin spice hair, of course. Ka-ching!

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We're sorry to say your hair won't smell like a sugary warm latte, pumpkin spice lovers, but you can now officially have a similar hue as your favorite fall drink.

Slightly more copper and golden than red, but certainly not strawberry-blonde, pumpkin spice hair is a deep orange streaked with hues of caramel.

It's a color that has a lot of dimension thanks to the various tones that encompass really all things pumpkin spice — and it's actually quite wearable when the caramel and copper tones prevail over saturated orange.

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It's nothing that you haven't seen on the hair color spectrum before, but it's giving redheads and carrot tops the chance to lead a movement. Thanks to pumpkin spice hair, blondes just might have competition for who has more fun!

Not surprisingly, the trend of pumpkin spice hair has started quite the rousing debate online.

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We want to know what you think: Are you ready to take the plunge and use a latte to inspire your hair?

This story was originally published on Oct. 22, 2015.