The Washington area’s most popular hairstyles are now “pink,” and the trend is spreading to other parts of the nation, according to a new survey from The Washington Times.
The trend is growing and is now popular in the metro area, according the survey.
“The popularity of ‘pinks’ is really just getting going,” said Kristi Smith, editor-in-chief of The Washington City Paper, which is part of the The Washington News Network, the largest news network in the District.
“It’s really happening all over the country.”
The survey also found that the trend has become popular in Los Angeles, where some residents have begun to dress as pink.
“Pink hair” has been used in movies and television shows, as well as in the popular pop song “Pink Flamingos.”
It was inspired by the character Pinkie Pie, from the children’s show “The Little Mermaid.”
The pink hair trend was started in the early 1980s by actress and comedian Nancy Meyers, according an article on The Washington Magazine.
It was first popularized by TV personality and singer Madonna.
The term pink hair was coined in 1982 by pop star and actress Rita Ora, who was then married to the late Michael Jackson.
The word came to be used as a pejorative when people who were perceived as being gay or being “queer” were referred to as “pinks,” according to The Washington Sun.
Some of the other most popular trends in the D.E.C.: • The “poo face” is now a popular trend for men.
In the past, it was seen as a way to look cool.
Now, the trend seems to be expanding.
The photo of a “poodle face” has become so popular, it’s become a meme.
It shows the “pudgy-faced” person holding a water bottle and smiling.
Some people wear it to work or at home.
• A man has taken the trend to the next level by wearing a pink wig and black face paint to a bar.
• Many people in the Washington area have started wearing a black-tie wedding dress that has pink trim, and a man in his 20s is taking it to the wedding of a girlfriend, who is in her 30s.
The dress also includes a pink bow, and it’s often paired with a “dressed-up” outfit.
Some women have worn pink hair as a fashion statement, too.
• The trend has also become popular with teenagers.
“I was actually really excited about the trend when I first saw it,” said 14-year-old Kia Smith.
“My mom’s favorite color is purple.
I wanted to make a statement, but it’s been fun.”
“It was just like I was seeing the trend in my neighborhood, where people dress up and get into costumes,” said 17-year.
student Kasey Schafer, who said she had always liked pink hair.
“So, I think I was going to try it out on my friends, and they were like, ‘Dude, that’s weird.'”
Smith said she’s been inspired by other people’s photos and videos of “pinky” girls.
“People have been really into it.
People are wearing it on their wedding day, their birthday, to their graduation,” Smith said.
“They’re just like, that was my idea, too.”