Only one to two percent of people worldwide have naturally red hair. So you definitely stand out from the crowd. Standing out visually - seems to be going through the minds of many of the most sought-after models and actors at the moment. Or should we say upside down? Because stars like Kendall Jenner and Zendaya have dyed their hair red.
We think the looks are so awesome that we too are about to visit the hairdresser for a makeover to make the world a little more colorful.
A few weeks ago, Kendall Jenner walked the Prada catwalk for the first time with freshly dyed red hair - and the World Wide Web went nuts. The 26-year-old has been loyal to her dark brown mane for years. Of course, her makeover caused a stir. All lifestyle media (including us) reported on her new look and named her "Strawberry Brunette", a mixture of brown, copper, and gold tones, as the hair color of the year 2022.
Actress Maude Apatow is currently wearing a very similar shade of red to Kendall Jenner. Her brunette hair shimmers less golden but more copper-colored.
Zendaya has been going for red hair for a long time. The 25-year-old freshened up her dark brown mane with a cherry red.
Euphoria co-star Barbie Ferreira also recently had her hair dyed red. Instead of cherry red, they now shine in strawberry red.
If you want to emulate Kendall Jenner and Co. and dye your hair red, you should definitely keep your skin tone in mind. After all, the makeover should flatter your type and not make you look pale. The hairdresser you trust can work with you to find the right shade.
Once you have determined this, you have various options. If you have a brown base tone, a first option - to find out if you like the new red cast on you at all - would be glossing. Because if you don't get along with the makeover, the color will gradually wash out automatically. The second option is to work the red into the hair using balayage - this allows the color to slowly grow out. If you are blonde, your basic tone must be changed first. Color specialists are important here so that you don't end up with a green or orange tinge in your hair.