Modern Family star Sarah Hyland was born in 1990 in Manhattan, New York. However, their roots seem to reach far across the pond. Namely as far as Ireland and Scotland. How do we get there? Clearly: detective instinct!
There would of course be her name: The first name “Sarah” has been extremely popular in Great Britain since the 16th century and was even among the top 10 girl names in Ireland in 2014. And "Hyland"? The surname of the series actress is very reminiscent of the northwestern highlands in Scotland, which are also known as the Highlands.
Well, that wasn't exactly a detective masterpiece. Especially since Sarah Hyland revealed the ultimate proof of her Scottish-Irish roots on Instagram. Because her latest selfie shows the 30-year-old with red hair - which she commented with the words: "Back to my Scottish-Irish roots."
The assumption that red hair is typical of Irish and Scots is admittedly quite a cliché. But: The red hair color is a great chance for Sarah Hyland, who we previously knew mainly with dark brown hair. And quite apart from her origins, the actress is setting one of the hottest hairstyle trends for the coming spring 2021.
Natural hair colors, especially red tones (such as roasted caramel) are extremely popular in the warmer seasons. Hairstylist Nikki Lee, who is responsible for Sarah Hyland's new hairstyle trend, explains to our colleagues at Allure: "When the weather gets warmer, it's the perfect time to give your hair a warmer tone." I love copper-red because it brings a change that works for more people than you think. "
Sarah Hyland's auburn hair looks fantastic. The different shades of red match her skin tone perfectly and make her green eyes shine. In addition, the highlights of the star hairstyle ensure that the shade of red looks beautifully natural and by no means looks too bulky.
The red hairstyle trend also requires a lot of maintenance, as Nikki Lee explains: “Dying someone red hair is easier said than done. Depending on the porosity of the hair, the red hair color can sometimes become monotonous and dull. "
Nevertheless, the hairstylist is of the opinion: “I think we should all try red at some point.” We agree and state: If not in spring 2021, then when?