If you are a dark skinned lady and you want fiercely hot or just smouldering hot red hair then you will want to find some perfect shade that compliments your natural skin tones. Dark skin women can pull of red hair effortlessly because the complexion naturally has deep hues of red in your natural hair color.
All Over Bright Red Hair Color
Red comes in many shades and honestly most is going to look great with a darker skin tone. It gives you a nice soft dark finish and if you add some golden blonde undertones it will really bring out the radiance in your skins undertones and give you an overall brighter look.
Top Layer Red highlights
You don’t have to go all over to achieve a red hair color. Simple highlights on the top layers of your hair will help frame your face and brighten up your undertones while letting you keep your natural hair color. Regardless if you have a bob, long tresses or a chic pixie, a few red highlights can be a fun change.
Cinnamon Hair Color
A great way to lighten your hair without being too dramatic is opting for a red with brown and orange hues. A cinnamon red works perfectly with warm undertones. It’s up to your personal preference how much red you want to add into this cinnamon mixture. It can be as bright or as subtle you choose.
What is fiercer than a hair color that goes from mysterious black to a bold red? Ombre works great for every hair type but rather than going blonde like everybody else, opt for a bolder red color. It gives you the same benefits as blonde including dimension, lighter locks and a new look but it will stand out from the crowd. If you’re really ready for a change try red-orange ombre!
Purple Burgundy Color
One of the most popular hues of red this year is the deep burgundy with bluish purple (blurple?) undertones. This rich color is exceptional on darker skin tones, especially if you have cooler undertones and lighter brown eyes. However, there’s a burgundy shade out there for everyone.