Fashion 2011 Trend: Celebrity RedheadsChristina, Cheryl, Florence and now Blake; red hair has become what’s in fashionfor Spring/ Summer 2011. We take a look at who’s sporting the daring color. Who issetting the pace for the fashion 2011 trend and how to get the beauty shop suppliesyou need to be in fashion for 2011.Actress and Chanel ambassador Blake Lively is the latest to hit the bottle. Formerlyfavouring beach-blonde locks, the Gossip Girl star unveiled her strawberry-tonestresses at the Time 100 Gala ceremony in New York.
Simply red: Julianne Moore is a classic pin-up for red hair done right; rarely deviatingfrom her natural shade, she knows what colors complement her red coiffure.You can almost see your face in the shiny copper curls of songstress Florence Welch.This fiery redhead belts as out her fierce tunes for her fans around the world.Working sexy, mussed up glamour, Mark Ronson’s fiancé Josephine de la Baumeis reminiscent of the ultimate cartoon babe, scarlet woman Jessica Rabbit. Congratsgoes out to Mark and Josephine on their wedding nuptials.
Trend reports have shown a boom in sales of everything Cheryl Cole and X Factorrelated, including the L’Oreal red hair dye (Casting Creme Gloss in shade #550Mahogany, to be exact), that she allegedly used for her own transformed tresses.Christina Hendricks sends the men mad with her bronze wavy barnet; she also claimsshe is the inspiration for another flame-haired beauty’s shade.
Loud and proud: Rihanna keeps style copycats on their toes with statement fire-engine red hair color. She chops it, she curls it, she straightens it and she just plainrocks it.Actress Drew Barrymore switched from a grungy, grown-out blonde look, to a morediscreet and uniform shade of red. Seen out with her new love interest at an LAeatery, Barrymore’s strawberry blonde hair is fun and flirty.Amy Adams shows ‘au natural’ is best as she flaunts her shiny, ginger-hued mane ofhair. Not one to jump on the band wagon, Amy’s hair is always red.
Celebrity offspring Rumer Willis experiments with red dye, creating a look in harmonywith her porcelain skin.