We know “ginger” hair is in this year, and that trend isn’t going anywhere for summer. The warm tones of red hair have been seen in all shades from light strawberry to dark auburn. One of the most popular shades of red we’ve seen is being referred to as “burnt copper”. This is a bit of a darker shade of red but still has that warmth and bold undertones. Here’s how you can get this shade as a redhead ‘by choice’ or if you have natural red hair:
Redheads ‘By Choice’: Hit the salon
If your hair isn’t already red, you’ll want to hit the salon for some all-over color. Make sure you get lots of dimension to really elevate the look. Want some inspo? Show them one of these photos.
Natural Redheads: Try one of these other options:
- Get a gloss – for natural redheads, this will enhance your color and give it really nice shine. This option is perfect for redheads who already have hair close to this color.
- Use a color depositing shampoo – this method will work wonders for those with lighter red hair who need that added color but aren’t ready to commit to an all-over color.
- Get lowlights – if you have light red hair and want a more permanent color change, try getting some “burnt copper” lowlights to bring your hair to a darker shade.
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Rock it like a Redhead!