Ombre hairstyles can suit curls as well as straight hair. It’s amazing that the hair is two-tone ombre one which transition from orange to red or from
to red. If you want a perfect color you want, you can ask a skillful stylist to give some advice and to
the hair in order to have a perfect look.
Here are red ombre hairstyle designs below. Check them out and start a new day with a red ombre do.
Ombre hair is all the rage now, with it’s bold take on color! If you are looking for a fun new ombre style, red ombre hair is stunning and sexy! We have composed a collection of 27 red ombre styles in different tones, complete with photos. Choose a bold new look for summer!
Take a look at our complete photo gallery of red ombre for long hair. Have a happy pinning!
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1. Gothic Red
Is it just me or is Hayley’s contouring seriously on point? And those Kylie lips…Gorgeous!
The coloring was done with Overtone’s red and pinks.
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2. Mother Of Dragons (Brown To Flaming Red Ombre)
Holy Game of Thrones goals!
Insanely epic coloring makes this dragon scale braid a must have for Daenerys Targaryen fans. Hair color specialist Kasey O’Hara Skrobe shows you how to turn Arctic Fox hair colorinto pure magic.
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3. Black To Red Ombre
Are you as obsessed with this look as we are?
A swoon worthy black and red fishtail braid using Vegan and Cruelty-Free Poison red from Arctic Fox.
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4. Red Ombre Short Hair
Stunning barolo red hair from Gitty & Goff.
A sporty red ombre that looks amazing with bobs and shoulder length styles. You can achieve these fiery waves using Arctic Fox Wrath, Poison, Purple Rain and Sunset Orange.
5. Rockstar Red And Brown Ombre
I’m so loving this badass look from Marissa Mae Neel.
Hair stylist Liza Margaret used Joico’s Fiery Coral by hand after a glorious red touch up to the dark brown base.
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6. Auburn Ombre On Blonde Hair
Such a cool color!
Alexa used Feria Intense Deep Auburn for the root color. And finished up the ends with Intense Medium Auburn. The brown ombre hair extensions are from Foxy Locks.
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You can see how Alexa got this glowing look in this helpful video…
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7. Red Ombre For Dark Hair
I am obsessed with this hair color. Seriously.
Hairstylist Sydney Batt used Pulp Riot’s “Fireball” for this stunning long hair melt.
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8. Beautiful Red Velvet
Looking for something a little less bold?
Go for a sophisticated, burgundy infused, balayage ombre. California hair Constance Robbins did a spectacular job starting with a dark red base.
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9. Flaming Locks
SOOO. FREAKING. HOT!!!
Ning Ning’s flaming look is so fresh and alive…This is truly next level.
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10. Red And Black Ombre Queen
Goth Girl Power…Activate!
I’m not sure where to start. What else can I say? Except, Kristen Marie’s entire look is PERFECT AF!!
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And just in case you were wondering (because I know I was!), you can get that insanechoker at her Etsy store. And the adorable bow from Starry Eyed.
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11. Red Ombre Medium Length Hair
The lips…The Hair…Perfection…
Brenda used a beautiful Magenta from Loreal to get this stunning red glow.
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See how she got this look…
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12. Daring Black And Red Long Hair
I’ll let this jaw-dropping look speak for itself.
12. Red Hot
Red hair can warm the coldest day and this is particularly true in winter. Ideally you should color your hair black and your roots red. It will create a stunning but subtle look. If you wish your hair to be more noticeable add some red to the ends of your hair; just be sure to match your roots!
13. Curly Wurly
Color your scalp hair a light red and then follow this down with either a slow warming of the red or a sudden switch to a deep red. Curl your hair and ideally have layers put in. Uneven layers can work exceptionally well. The look is pure rock chick!
14. Paint the Rainbow
As its name suggests this style works on adding a variety of colors to your hair. For the best look you should use three or four different colors; keep all colors bright and cheerful. Then streak some red through all the colors to create a perfect rainbow and hair which will turn heads. Definitely one for those who love to have fun!
15. The Curler
Your hair will need to be at least shoulder length and have tight curls, either naturally or put in. Color all your hair red, except for the scalp. This should be done a golden brown or honey. The tighter the curls the more the two colors will shine through.
16. Red Bob
Your hair needs to be cut into a bob! When having your hair cut add a few layers to increase the volume of your hair and then lightly run some red through all your hair. Add a mix of light browns and dark browns into your hair and enjoy the results. Your hair will look stunning and different from every angle.
17. Retro Red
Pick two different shades of red, preferably a bright, almost pink color and a deeper red. Blend both colors into your hair and add a few rolling curls. Do not curl your hair tightly; you are after a retro look! For added effect layer your hair and part it into the different layers.
18. Red Edge
This will suit almost any hairstyle and hair color. Your natural color can remain on top or you can opt for a dark brown or black. Simply color the very ends of your hair red and allow them to fall, tousled onto your shoulders or back. This is the perfect party animal look.
19. Funky Dip
This style is a twist on the standard red tipped hair. Color your roots either a pale red or even a light blue. Allow this to fade into your natural hair color and then back into the red tips. To make this look extra special move the red slightly back from the tips and add a blue finish. You will look stunning!
20. Red Blonde
Red head or blondie? Color your hair red from the roots to the top of your shoulders; ideally it should fade out towards the shoulders and into a blond color of your choice. Your hair should have a few waves and not be too brushed; it will give you the chic look.
Some people with darker hair may struggle to carry off the red head look; too much red will simply overpower your features. Instead you should try fading two colors into your hair. Try a dark red at your roots and flame red streaks through your hair. Red hot will be an understatement!
23. The Professional
This look will work in the office, at home or even out for dinner, drinks and a dance. Your hair should be blended with two colors, preferably a blond and a gentle red. Style your hair as normal and you will have a woman that needs to be taken seriously; no matter what the setting.
24. The Natural
Choose a deeper red color that a natural red head would have and dye your roots this color. Then, dye the rest of your hair a slightly lighter red. Your hair will look naturally red; add a few waves or layers to create the perfect look.
25. Back to Black
Long straight hair or long curly hair can be brightened by adding a cherry red to the tips and a few streaks in the lower parts of your hair. The red will be noticeable only in certain lights and will create an illusion that your hair is changing color. Guaranteed to keep any man guessing!
26. Blood Red Orange
Red and orange can work exceptionally well on your hair; if applied properly. A medium red can be blended with a light orange to give a natural looking, vibrant and fun hairstyle. Wavy hair helps to keep the look natural, whilst the lighter colors make your hair shine.
27. Straight Up Dip Die
This is another style that looks perfect on longer hair. Keep your natural color from roots to half way down your hair. Then add a vibrant red to your hair but fade some of the tips. The bottom part of your hair will become a mixture of reds, it will turn heads!
28. Winter Red
Winter brings cold breezes and this style is designed to look its best in the breeze. Your roots need to be naturally black or colored black. The rest of your hair should have alternating streaks of blonde and a light red. Add in a half parting to create the perfect winter look.
29. Red Fishtail
This style of hair is dominated by the striking fishtail. For it to work your hair should be a mild pink with red streaks running through it. Your hair should be swept back from your face and into the fishtail. The colors will shine and catch anyone’s eye; even from a distance!
30. The Romantic
Create a soft, romantic look by adding a deep red to the lower half of your hair. This should be blended with your natural hair color and a few waves will add softness which suit any romantic occasion. Ideally, the top half of your hair should be a darker color and brushed straight. This will add to the look.
Make your choice and go for the hot red ombre that best matches with your personal style. Choose wisely and let your locks be a canvas for the coolest and most innovative hairstyle.