The Best Celebrity Red Hair Colors to Try Now
Seeing red isn't always a bad thing. Case in point: a warm, bold crimson hair color. Whether you're a natural redhead that's looking to switch things up or you want to try a dramatically different shade, there's no better source of hair color inspiration than the red carpet.
From Emma Roberts's fiery copper shade to Nicole Kidman's red-blonde, keep scrolling for the best celebrity red hair color ideas to try at your salon appointment.
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Roberts's chestnut highlights are just as iconic as her breakout role in Pretty Woman.
The star's warm ginger hair color that usually styles in loose, soft waves is proof that you don't have to be blonde to channel Old Hollywood glamour.
Stone is somewhat of a hair chameleon, but the way she effortlessly wears various shades of red including this ginger hue, it's hard to believe that she's a natural blonde.
Moore's natural ginger shade has become her signature that she rarely changes for film roles.
Rihanna's rich auburn highlights would warm up any brunette hue.
If you're currently a brunette, Messing's deep auburn shade is the perfect gateway into becoming a redhead.
Adams's shade of red is classic strawberry blonde.
Kemper's brick red color falls right in the middle of true red and warm auburn.
The Game of Thrones star's red is a head-turning golden copper hue.
A fiery red like the British model and musician's is guaranteed to always stand out.
Roberts's colorist Nikki Lee gave the actress a deeper cayenne-red shade for the 2017 Oscars.
The Orange Is the New Black star's auburn highlights compliment her complexion's warm undertones.
Bryce Dallas Howard
Although the actress is a natural redhead, she's added highlights all over to achieve her golden strawberry blonde hue.
The British singer's amber shade is just as memorable as her hit songs. Her bright signature shade adds a warm contrast against her cool complexion.
Kidman's worn a plethora of red shades through the years, but her most recent color falls on the blonde-red spectrum. It's a softer alternative to going completely platinum for fair complexions.