It looks like we're not the only ones with peroxide on the brain (hopefully not actually on the brain, but you catch our drift)! i-D's Spring 2013 issue includes not one, not two, but three separate shoots with models sporting some seriously day-glo, tie-dye, freak-flag-flyin' hair. (Well, we expected it from Chloe Nørgaard, whose Angelo Pennetta-shot, and Christiaan-styled hair is no surprise—we snapped it backstage at Rodarte in February). Male model Sylvester Ulv Henriksen, shot by Nick Dorey, had his charmingly moppish skater-boy locks dyed a violet flecked, navy-mingled hunter green and indigo (by Tina Outen) that we kind of hope he kept post-shoot—there's something off-beat romantic about it... James Dean meets Manic Panic? (The story's caption reads, "Celebrate grunge and '90s skater cool; Watch Harmony Korine and Larry Clark's NYC coming-of-age story Kids, dye your hair, bleach your jeans and hang around up to no good," which is an apt reference, if not just because the colors in the rest of the magazine look like the stylists spent their time watching Spring Breakers instead.) ITG-beloved Meghan Collison was captured by photographer Boo George rocking a flame-throwing mane (courtesy of ITG's other beloved, James Pecis, and his wig wizardry) that's only a few carrot-y hues darker than the shade Saskia De Brauw rocked for Love #9's "Boyish" shoot. Basically, all these neons have our hairspiration senses tingling, big-time.
But now we're calling in reinforcements: are you tempted to go Day-Glo or no?
 Chloe Norgaard photographed by Angelo Pennetta for i-D Spring 2013,  Sylvester Ulv Henriksen photographed by Nick Dorey for i-D Spring 2013,  Meghan Collison photographed by Boo George for i-D Spring 2013. Subscribe to i-D to see more.