Take a cue from the masked foragers of the forest and turn your long hair into a coontail with just a few supplies. The style is created with bleach, masking tape and optional bright, neon hair dye such as pink or electric blue. Even people with the lightest blond hair will want to use bleach so the style really stands out.
To create the striping seen on raccoons and lemurs, be sure to separate a section of your hair (place the rest in a scrunchie or non-pull rubber band). Wrap sections of masking tape around the hair in loops, leaving about an inch or two in between sections of the tape so your hair shows through. To apply bleach to the non-taped parts of your hair, paint it with a brush or wear a glove and dip your fingers into the solution. Be sure to coat hair entirely and use the bottle's suggested time to leave it on. In the shower, the tape will fall off as soon as it gets wet, leaving your hair striped.
Optionally, once your hair is dry, you can repeat the process, applying colored dye to the newly bleached parts of your hair, creating an unnaturally striped tail. Note that this style is extreme; once you bleach your hair, the resulting color is part of your strands until it grows out.