Four of Our Fave Celebs Who Went from Blonde to Red
They say that blondes have more fun — and Shay Mitchell and Emma Roberts switching to #TeamBlonde is kinda proof — but lately celebs have been swapping their blonde locks for an unexpected hair hue: red. There’s something so exciting and mysterious about flaming hair, à la Julianne Moore and Christina Hendricks, that gives us some serious Jessica Rabbit vibes. Going from honey blonde to sultry red is the latest hair trend to sweep young Hollywood, so let’s hear it for the gingers with some ravishing red hairspiration.
1. Christina Aguilera: Xtina has never been afraid to experiment with her hair, and this style is no different. Nothing is off limits for this songstress, so it was only a matter of time until she swapped her platinum blonde locks for va-va-voom red.
2. Brooklyn Decker: Being a model means switching up your look in an instant, and that includes major changes to your locks. Brooklyn ditched her signature blonde in favor of a deep red that looks so sophisticated.
3. Brie Larson: Brie seriously upgraded her look from girl next door to Hollywood A-lister by leaving her blonde hair behind, and we’re loving it.
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4. Lily Collins: And while Lily Collins didn’t go from blonde to red — she started off as a brunette — we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to show off her fiery transformation. This look is not for the faint of heart, but if you’re looking to really switch things up, we’d recommend the hue.
Will you be swapping your blonde locks for red this summer? Tag us in your hair transformation on Instagram @BritandCo!
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