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The color red is often thought of as an exotic hair color. Different shades of red exist, ranging from light strawberry to an intense copper tint, or even a rich auburn tone. If you have become bored with your hair color or are looking for a way to make a statement, you can try dying your hair a rich red color.



Red, as a hair color, is always fashionably in. You can go for any tone, depth, or shade of red; this color generally works well for any type of hair or any tone of skin.

  • Individuals with blonde hair have several options when going red. If you are a blonde, you can either go for a drastic change and shift to a shocking shade, or ease the transition by going for a strawberry blonde, dark copper blonde, or a light copper blonde shade.
  • People with light brown or dark blodne hair can try getting highlights in copper. Try getting either a deep rich copper or a more subtle golden-blonde copper tint.
  • Individuals with black or very dark brown hair look good with any red shade. You may choose to have your hair color changed into a rich red color or just get highlights. Copper, plum and mahogany shades will help enhance your dark locks. You can also go for more subtle shades such as a darker plum or a reddish brown tint.

The best thing to remember when choosing a shade of red for your hair color is to make sure it matches your skin tone. You can visit a salon that specializes in coloring hair and ask the stylist which works best. Remember, getting that perfect hair color usually takes several trips to the salon; you should not expect to get the exact natural looking color you want after your first visit. And lastly, take care of your hair and keep it healthy, No hair color – be it blonde, red, brown, or black – looks good on dull, damaged hair.


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