When it comes to red shades you have variety of choices. Several years ago there was a myth like red tints can be taken only by women with fair skin tones. But I am here to make everything clear. I have found a wide range of gorgeous reds for a wide range of complexions. If you want to go red then check out the following red hair colors for all skin tones.Bright Orange-Red for Fair Skin Tone
When you have the most beautiful porcelain skin tone you need to accentuate it with a right hair color. Juicy auburn is going to create an incredibly beautiful contrast. Probably carroty or juicy auburn doesn’t sound as sweet as it looks but with a super pale skin it is going to be too appealing. This beautiful shades light up the face and makes features stand out. Colorists recommend keeping the length of hair in mind while choosing bright orange-red shade.
Medium Auburn for Fair Skin Tone
It looks so incredible when you have a natural-looking fair complexion with pink, yellow or olive undertones. Such skin complexion can carry any red hue. To keep the color fresh and shiny celebrities’ colorists recommend adding a gloss treatment over the color which you can have done at the salon.
Soft Ginger for Fair Skin Tone
Girls’ who have fair skin with yellow undertones should consider this less-vibrant red hair color. This muted red will bring out the peachy and creamy tone in your skin complexion making you look like shining. Vibrant reds are meant to make women with this skin tone look a bit paler.
Brownish Copper for Fair Skin Tone
As you see fair skin tone allows you to opt for a various red shades. You can experiment with a slew of different reds for example this brown-based red can be the next gorgeous choice. It involves equally red and light brown tones. However women with pale to olive complexion should avoid going too orange or too warm.
Golden Red for Medium Skin Tone
Here we are with another flattering red shade but this time for medium skin complexion. If you have a fair to medium skin with golden undertones you need to go for strawberry red shade because rich copper and golden red are more complimentary than cool reds like crimson or scarlet.
Bright Copper for Medium Skin Tone
The total variation in the front works really cool with medium skin tone. With this type of red it is good to highlight first and then gloss over it so the color will not look like a periwig. If you have a medium skin tone consider going darker at the roots to create a visual separation between your skin and hair.
Blue-Red for Dark Skin Tone
Darker skin tone requires more blue-red tints. This shade is probably the most popular among celebrities. Those, with darker skin should avoid orangey and warm tints. By the way blue-red shade will work better if you keep the roots darker. Blue and purple based reds look amazing with darker skin tones too.