#1: Red Purple Ombre
A vivid red purple ombre never fails to liven up natural dark hair. If you give it the right maintenance, this outstanding hairstyle will surely serve you best!
#2: Amped-Up Red to Orange Ombre
Looking for a sparkling, bold hair color that will give you a fresh look? Consider an amped-up red-to-orange ombre that blends perfectly with your wavy hair. This unique dyeing technique transforms from a rich red hue at the roots to subtle orange tones at the tips. This creates a stunning gradient effect that never goes unnoticed. According to experts, women with medium skin tones can rock this look. And it’s perfect for those who want to add warmth and dimension to their tresses. Before leaving your stylist, ask for tips on what products will help make your color last.
#3: Copper Red Ombre Wavy Hair
Be ready to create some fall-inspired colors any time of the year! Notice how the bright pieces contour the texture and waves for a gorgeous movement.
#4: Fire Red Ombre Hair
A new hair craze that will get you feeling hot – this crimson-to-orange blend will surely brighten you up and give your mane its needed warmth and depth.
#5: Strawberry Red Ombre
This features a chocolate-dipped berry color melt that appears flattering even on a short one-length straight bob. This dye job is one of the red ombre hair ideas that will leave you without worries even if your hair grows out!
#6: Dark Red Ombre
This dark cherry cola color melt allows you to grow your black mane without needing maintenance! Aside from that, it would look as lovely and dimensional on any length and hairstyle you’ll create.
#7: Violet Red Ombre
If you’re a gal who likes just a little commitment, this dark wine hair is totally for you. It’s sexy and deep and will surely give your tresses a sense of dimension.
#8: Cherry Red Ombre
Get the pop you’re craving for! This sweet and deep ruby mane accentuates the softness of your hair, especially when styled with waves and curls.
#9: Red Auburn Ombre
Autumn is in the air with this rich dark-to-light golden blend! Keep your mane in its prime by styling it with texture and curls, bringing out a two-toned radiance in every strand.
#10: Rose Gold Ombre
This is an unparalleled beauty served best with a royal pink hue. Flowing locks styled in messy curls show off these colors, a look that stays elegant day to night.
#11: Dark to Light Burgundy Ombre
Drown into that bitter-sweet wine color and give your hair the ultimate fade makeover! Trendsetting and wearable, this red-violet ombre can be worn with any cut and type of hair.
#12: Brown to Red Ombre with Short Hair
This brown-to-red ombre is an auburn/burgundy ombre finished with an edgy A-line cut. You can wear it with a natural hair texture. You can wear it curly. You can wear crimped or even sleek straight. There’s no wrong way to style this haircut.
With the burgundy reds being balayaged instead of put as an allover color, you won’t see a hard line as the hair starts growing. It grew out softly and blended, extending the life of your color and making it easy maintenance. It’s such a rich and shiny color! Full of depth and dimension, it captures the eye with its cool tones and vibrancy!
#13: Reddish Brown Ombre
Go for a reddish-brown ombre. The model in the picture had previously had her natural medium brown into a rose gold blonde ombre. There’s a richness about it, and it’s a fairly low-maintenance color, with red being more natural.
When choosing a red shade, like any color, it is super important to find the right shade to complement your skin tone. If you have a slightly olive complexion, don’t choose a red that is too bright. It must be more muted with a hint of violet to complement your skin’s green and yellow undertones.
Sometimes reds can be even higher maintenance than blondes! You must choose the right products for your new ombre hair coloring. Joico and Watercolors make vibrant red and copper shampoos to help keep your red looking fresh at home.
#14: Red Ombre on Black Hair
This style is more of an ombre that is very nice and melted from dark to red with no harsh lines. This style is less maintenance and makes the hair very healthy.
This red ombre hair color is for every woman. Color can always be fixed. Use something color-safe. For maintenance, the water has to be cool because if you do hot water, the color will fade easily.
#15: Dark Brown to Raspberry Red Ombre Hair
This ombre red hair is ideal for women who can come in every 6-8 weeks to refresh and invest in their hair color with salon products. The magenta ends are flattering for most skin tones and fade beautifully.
Use Schwarzkopf vibrancy to lessen the line of demarcation when the natural color starts to grow out and ease in lifting down the line and pearlescence to ensure longevity. Use a 1.25″ barrel iron to style and finish with Pureology’s soft finish hairspray to give shine and light hold. Just about all women can rock this brown-to-red ombre! You want to make sure you can keep it up.
#16: Red to Brown Sunset Ombre Hair
This red-to-brown ombre resembles a fiery fall sunset! You can have fun playing with red and orange hues with this color. Don’t shy away from anything warm, even if you’re stuck to the cooler side of the color wheel. Try it at least once!
This would be a great color combination to experiment with if you naturally fall on the red spectrum but always want to add something fun and new to it! Of course, it can also be for women interested in changing their hair or wanting to add spice to their style.
#17: Dark Brown to Red Ombre
This dark red ombre hair is an exciting twist to the classic ombre. This color was created using a custom Redken Color Fusion and Shades EQ Cream lines combo. The classic ombre technique was used, with a bit of a twist. This color has created dimensions throughout this beautiful red ombre.
First and foremost, if you decide that this is the look for you, talk with your stylist about hair care. Shampoo/conditioner, styling products, and heat protectants are a must when coloring ombre hair red. With them, you can guarantee the longevity of this color service. Next would be maintaining the actual color service itself. If you want to maintain this color, pre-book your appointments 4-5 weeks out to ensure that this color stays vibrant through the ends and that your regrowth is taken care of.
#18: Red Orange Ombre
This hair color is a beautiful red ombre filled with a saturation of color. This red ombre style is for women looking for that wow factor. This should be maintained every 6 weeks at home with color-safe shampoo, conditioner, and weekly treatments.
#19: Light Brown to Red Ombre
This light brown to red ombre color is carelessly blowing in the wind. The red color on the ends is semi-permanent and requires a lot of maintenance. When using Pulp Riot, get a color-safe shampoo and conditioner and wash in cool water. You also want to avoid washing your hair every day. Try Pulp Riot’s dry shampoo between washing to help extend your color’s life. You must always use a heat protectant and low heat when styling your hair, preferably 300 degrees and below.
This kind of color draws a lot of attention. So if you don’t like the attention, don’t opt for this color. It could be better for women with thinner hair. Ombres or color melts work best on thicker hair. This color is also not good for women who tend to swim a lot because the color will quickly strip out of the hair with the chemicals in a pool.
#20: Merlot Wine Red Ombre
This red ombre hairstyle is fun but safe. It features deep natural brown roots that softly blend into a deeper red, then into that fun pop of red on the ends. This red ombre offers a lot to women who want fun colors but need more time to dive into a bright, bold color! There are many things to consider when choosing a color within the color family you are looking for. Aside from your skin tone and eye color, consider your personality and profession to ensure the color will compliment you overall, as some reds may be outside of some employers’ image policies.
When doing reds, you should understand the upkeep and care accompanying it. You may or may not need to adjust your hair care routine to accommodate your new color. Bright reds are beautiful, but without the proper care, they may fade or dull faster than a more natural tone. Professional shampoo/conditioner and styling products are a must.
#21: Black to Ruby Red Ombre
This ombre is like a “Red Velvet Melt.” It has that rich, creamy violet/red depth to it. Honestly, your stylist needs to remind you that any shade of red will require maintenance. Luckily for the model in the photo, her natural color wasn’t too far off from the Joico cocktail whipped up (5XR & 5RM).
#22: Black to Red Ombre
A black-red ombre hair is a fierce and strong yet classy color. It’s high maintenance but worth it. Your stylist should assess the hair while coloring it and tailor the aftercare products to your color, hair type/texture, and porosity! Try Olaplex! It doesn’t just help with keeping the hair in top-notch condition, but it also helps to lock in the red to prevent fading!
The balayage/ombre technique allows the hair to grow without those nasty roots! A lightener or bleach isn’t needed every time, so it’s maintaining the condition in each visit. It’s usually just a toner (demi/semi-permanent color) applied to the hair every month or so to deposit the red back into the hair. Reds are usually more popular in trend around Autumn/Winter, but in reality, that doesn’t matter, as you can rock this red and black ombre hair all year long!
#23: Red to Silver Ombre
This is a fashion color ombre with permanent red on top and silver at the bottom and features many upkeep options this style provides. Feel free to switch it up occasionally, but always stick to your red roots. Light blonde ends, which were toned silver allows you to have a different color on the bottom half of your hair every time you touch up your roots. This red ombre is a strong statement color.
However, if you’re determined to do so, high-contrast ombres like these are so much fun and very expressive, and they can be combined with almost any cut and be adjusted for any color combination. With this specific color, it will take some time to place the ombre higher up when it’s growing out, as the red is a permanent color and will require more than just one removal step to lift to a platinum blonde again.
#24: Subtle Red Ombre
This is a blended red ombre or color melt on an asymmetrical bob. The coolest thing about this red hair ombre is that it’s edgy, very classy, and can be worn at any age. This color is great for women with naturally dark hair because it will still blend as the color grows out since it starts dark and gradually becomes lighter toward the end.
It’s a little edgy but not too much so that it could still translate to a professional setting. It is very important to protect the integrity of hair to keep the red looking fresh, so use a moisturizing and color-safe shampoo and conditioner as well as a heat protectant and serum when styling.
#25: Light Red Ombre on Long Hair
Don’t you love how vibrant the red turned out and how the ombre blends naturally to ensure an easy grow-out process? Reds are the fastest colors to fade, so if you want to ensure the vibrancy of the hair, you need to make sure that you use salon-quality shampoo ( try Kevin Murphy because it’s sulfate-free) and not wash your hair in hot water. Another thing to consider is coming in every 6-8 weeks for a toner refresh to keep the ombre looking as good as possible.
#26: Bright Red Ombre
This black and red ombre hair color is a candy apple red. Ask your stylist to do a wet balayage for a smooth transition line for this type of look. Bright red ombres are a high-maintenance color. Go home with the right home care and a take-home pot of color to touch up in between appointments.
#27: Candy Red Ombre
This is a fun way to spice up red hair – something unique about it. The loveliest about it is the transition of the red into copper. Reds and coppers go together like shampoo and conditioner! It’s a mix of high maintenance and low maintenance. High because of the bright red and low because the ombre portion would only have to be red once or twice a year. Remember, if you only want to get your hair done a few times.
#28: Red and Blonde Ombre
This features a vibrant red ombre hair color. The greatest thing about this red-to-blonde ombre is the transition between colors and how intense the reds are. Invest in a good shampoo and conditioner. It’s important to have something that will preserve the vibrancy of the reds while also nourishing the ends since they’ve been so lightened. Try Color Keeper from Formula 18. Red ombres require regular salon visits to maintain the color, so be sure that will work for your schedule and budget.
#29: Vibrant Red Ombre
Fiery red locks in two tones seem a marvel to look at!
#30: Pink and Red Ombre
A purplish-red take on scarlet hair. The pastel pink ends made this look a bit more fruity.