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What shade of red should I color my hair?

Asked by AlyxCaitlin (936points) August 16th, 2009

I’ve been dying to try a new red; maybe a bright red like the classic example of Haley Williams. Or should I dye it something else?

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cyn's avatar


Ansible1's avatar

depends on your skin tone?

Supacase's avatar

There is a red called something like cherry cola that I like a lot. Just don’t do that purple-red!

rooeytoo's avatar

Any color that looks like it could possibly be natural would be my suggestion.

Dying your hair is fun until the roots start coming in, then I always deeply regret the decision!

ABoyNamedBoobs03's avatar

MJ from Spider man?

YARNLADY's avatar

I have an olive color skin, and I used to keep mine a very red/Auburn. My sister, with her while/freckled skin kept hers the color of Orphan Annie, a golden red, which was once her natural color.

filmfann's avatar

Auburn or Copper. Red headed women make me speechless.

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wildpotato's avatar

Fire-Engine Red

quasi's avatar

just go with “the classic example of Haley Williams”


le_inferno's avatar

Mine’s more orange, like “MJ-from-spiderman” color, but I always wish I had the darker, coppery kind… :( I love it.

Tink's avatar

Another vote for Haley Williams.
I love it.
And this one too.

Facade's avatar

Depends on the kind of look you’re going for. Fun would equal bright red such as the person you mentioned. Sophisticated would equal an auburn with copper throughout or maybe cinnamon.

nebule's avatar

<<<this shade..

snowyowl_ecs's avatar

Haley Williams has awesome hair. You should totally do that!

emeraldisles's avatar

Ruby red, cherry red, or titian red are awesome. I would dye my hair so that it would be red enough to show up in pictures.

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