It's all about striking redheads this summer. Some of the hottest celebrities have transformed themselves from blonde or brunette to stunning shades of red. Everyone from Riley Keough and Rachel McAdams to the newly back-to-red celeb, Emma Stone.
There is a complex that redheads aren't fabulous. But, thanks to Hollywood heating up with new redheads: Rachel McAdams, Elizabeth Olsen, Dianna Agron and Riley Keough and the brand How to be a Redhead, redheads are breaking the stereotypes!
Ever since I was a young girl, I admired the beautiful redheaded celebrities that swept the red carpet and were the stars of the box office. It was as if these celebrity redheads were goddesses that "had it all" and it was my goal to reflect their styles.
I am usually asked how natural redheads should care for their sensitive skin. But what many don't realize is that there are many skin types that redheads could potentially have, regardless of it being sensitive or fair.
Color-blocking was popular last season, too; but, the vibrant color trend is back for another round and is picking up energy with the mixing of different textures and accessories with loads of awesome shades.
The color green is fantastic because there are so many shades to choose from and most of them won't make you look like a "leprechaun" or a "Christmas tree," because they will flatter your red locks and features in more ways than one! So, where do you start, you ask?
I am here to share with you how you can overcome skin issues with a simple redhead skin routine; we redheads are busy, fiery, successful women, so we need a skin regimen that will adhere to our lifestyles.