BTS is experiencing a new high with their Billboard number one single "Dynamite". The all-English track is currently at number two on the charts after two consecutive weeks at number one—another record-breaking feat. But other than "Dynamite" being a musical hit, the group’s look for promoting the song is also as phenomenal. Their retro-inspired 'fits will make even the most snobbish fashion girl swoon, and we’re all for the septet adding new styles to their diverse repertoire.
One of the things any fan looks forward to is their new hair color for every comeback (a K-Pop term for when a group or artist releases a new title track or single). It’s usually different depending on the overall concept for the song or album, and BTS, like most K-pop groups, experiments with their tresses to match the theme of their track. For "Dynamite", the boys opted for relatively toned down hair colors that range from black to blonde, with a one member sporting a very ginger 'do. But one specific color has specifically caught our eye: V’s distinctly milk tea hair color.
The 24-year-old has been blonde before but this particular color is quite unique. It’s the perfect neutral hue that’s not quite blonde and not quite ash brown either—it’s actually the perfectly sweet tea late shade that looks stunning on the singer. Paired with his distinct polished almost-mullet, the color brightens his skin tone and makes even the most bright colored 'fits look more polished and pared down.
Milk tea hair is definitely a big trend among women, as it’s a golden and slightly ashy tone that subtly frames and also softens your facial features. In V’s case, the shade also looks pretty good on boys and is a great alternative to blonde. If you ask us, we’d like to see more guys rock this hair color—K-pop star or not.