Look out for fading or unevenness, meaning two levels lighter or more from base (regrowth) to ends – a well-executed ombre is the only option for a red head, or none at all. Highlighted redheads are best because they keep the color visually even, and the nuances and movement of the lights create depth and movement inside the hair.
2) What beauty tips are a necessity?
This will sound like a bit much, but this is the only way to be a red head. Every 3 weeks use a toner refresher. It takes 5 minutes, and it makes a huge difference in the wash and wear and the way it looks. It’s the difference between brassy washout and polish and vibrant richness. Use a color protectant color with a pH balance to keep the cuticle closed shut, so it holds on to the red colored molecules inside the shaft of the hair. Do not wash more than 2 times in 7 days. Stay away from the seawater with all its salt and Jacuzzis and all their germ-killing chemicals. They will fade and stress the ends. The Madder Root Color Conditioner by Aveda will help.
3) What hairstyles can redheads rock this New Years Eve?
Waves, curls, ringlets, body, fuzzy wings, and feathered out. Volume is the name of the game. The Hot Rod Iron by Enzo is amazing! There is also the Figure 8 Curling Iron – I love what it does with hair. Humidity is amazing for big, curly hair. It provides great lightness, fuzziness and accent. Looking at this picture of Jennifer Lopez, it exemplifies the best red head look for New Years Eve!