31 Best Red Ombre Hair Color Ideas
11. Black to Red Ombre with a Pop of Purple
You can always add a third colour!
Whilst most of these Ombre hairstyles consist of two colours, you could always add a third. There are no rules to say it has to be two colours, so why not. We would suggest that you try to keep to the reds when having a red colour. This way you will keep to the warm tones. Here you can see black, red and purple blended together. These colours work so well. The base is black with a hint of purple whilst the ends are red. We think this is a fierce and gorgeous style!
12. Dark Red to Peachy Blonde Ombre
This is a slightly lighter base to consider.
Your roots can be any colour you wish. This is a dark red with peachy ends. The dark red is as dark as the others on here and the lighter colour is introduced sooner down the hair.
13. Dark Brown to Dark Red Ombre
Many people don’t like to dye their entire head.
We understand this as hair maintenance can be hard to maintain and dyeing your hair often, will cause hair damage and create split ends. Having an ombre style will help to add the colour you desire but a low maintenance style. This is a dark brown mixed with a dark red shade. You can see the gorgeous effect the dark red forms and this is not dyeing your whole head. You will still have healthy hair just with a bit of colour.
14. Black to Dark Cherry Red Ombre
Black hair is always a good base for Ombre hair.
If you are naturally dark haired, you have a head start, excuse the pun! Your roots will be dark for a start and this means the hairstyle will last a lot longer before you have to dye it again. Mixing black with a dark cherry red colour, looks stunning.
15. Dark Red and Blonde Ombre
Pastel reds are trending.
This is almost a pastel red colour. It is a dark red shade with blonde Ombre strands. With these colours, you get to have the best of both worlds, light and dark.
16. Dark Red to Fire Red Ombre
Show your character and fierce side with these striking red colours.
Dark red will create the base and the fire red will boost your hair to another level.
17. Bright Red Ombre
Bright red is a colour many celebrities opt for.
It’s a striking colour that stands out from the crowd. Even though it’s a bright colour, it creates a warm effect.
18. Red Velvet Ombre
Sexy, sexy, sexy!
This is sexy red velvet hair. We can guarantee you will receive so many comments about your hair that you will feel like a local celebrity!
19. Black to Rustic Red Ombre
Create the contrast between the black and the red.
As you can see from this photo above, the black and the rustic red are two colours that have the perfect contrast. If you want a change and want the Ombre to stand out, then have the contrast. Having Ombre hair looks amazing down but equally as good when you tie your hair back.
20. Red to Copper Balayage Ombre
Subtle is sweet and underrated.
If you are looking for a subtle yet effective ombre style, then maybe you should try this. This is a red base with copper balayage ombre tips. Yes, we have mixed the balayage technique with the ombre to form the perfect natural, subtle look. It is not as bold as the standard ombre style, it has a delicate and softer finish.
Video: how to do the PERFECT FADED OMBRE
I Have Kids and I Think Its Selfish to Bring Them to a Wedding
5 Things That Dont Belong In Your Bed
Celebrity Hairstyles: Kelly Osbourne Hairstyles
Top 60 Best Fireplace Tile Ideas – Luxury Interior Designs
Suki Waterhouse and Poppy Jamie Are Bringing It Brit Style To The Masses
4 Moves You Can Do On All 4s To Sculpt Your Upper Body And Stabilize Your Core
Who What Wear UK
Show report: Mulberry AW’12
How to Choose a Puppy
Kit Harington The Face Of Jimmy Choo Man Aftershave
Will stress make me fat
How to Boil Corned Beef