The Top 10 Redheads in Hollywood. Take a hue from these flame haired stars and get locks that sizzle.
Adams’s deep strawberry blond is a versatile hue that can look girl next door perky or have vixen sex appeal. Her colorist Cunningham says the look was achieved by mixing two shades of red and finishing with a clear gloss for sheen.
Moore’s velvety cinnamon hue has become her signature and rarely changes, even for film roles. Colorist Marie Robinson, who works with Michelle Williams and Anne Hathaway, likes this pigment for those with yellow undertones. "Just avoid shades that look or sound very orange or copper," she says. "And go to the salon in between touch-ups for a gloss refresher."
Greene's auburns locks are laced with just a touch of café au lait. "A few strategically placed balayage highlights can give a brunette great pop and impact," George Papanikolas, a colorist who has worked with Nicole Richie and Britney Spears, says. "You should never go any lighter than a caramel tone and they should be placed towards the ends of the hair to create the effect of the sun."
Walsh's rich henna hue is tinged with toffee highlights.
Fisher's earthy coral color has sultry hints of bronze
Rihanna's fire-engine red shade isn't your typical auburn, but is flattering against her caramel skin and amber eyes.