Drew Barrymore is no stranger to setting trends with her hair — when she went ombré, tons of fashionistas followed suit — and after debuting her new red locks at a book launch party, I'm sure we're going to see more ladies going red soon. Other gorgeous redheads like Julianne Moore and Marie Claire's style and accessories director Taylor Tomasi Hill also serve up great inspiration for working with copper hair — and since switching up your hair hue can be a great opportunity to experiment with new clothing colors, I've put together a few stylish looks that will not only complement but enhance your chic new shade.
Poor redheaded guys! Carrot Top gives them a bad name. But there are plenty — no, that's a lie; there are a handful of famous redheads who meet the hot quotient. I only came up with four, but that's because they're so rare: Prince Harry, Seth Green, Rupert Grint from Harry Potter, and Conan O'Brien.
I have a clear favorite, but I won't inflict you with my bias. Vote for yours below.
A sixth grader in Texas isn't having a very happy birthday week after the highlights she got as a present resulted in a suspension from school. The 12-year-old student was told that she either had to go home or face in-school suspension until her hair was colored back. Apparently, the school's dress code prohibits "inappropriate hair color," and school officials felt that her red highlights met those requirements. The girl's mom admits the color was "brighter than what I intended it to be," but do you think they're bright enough to warrant a suspension? Check the story out for yourself:
It's almost the end of the Harry Potter flicks, my friends. Or more accurately, the happily ever after. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I arrives in theaters on Nov. 19, so to gear up for the occasion, we'd like to pay tribute to the young women of Hogwarts — and Beauxbatons Academy of Magic, to be accurate. So here are five of the things we loved best about Hermione, Luna, Ginny, and the rest of the gang.