Ten Celebs Who Went Red And Never Looked Better

Ten Celebs Who Went Red And Never Looked Better

02/10/2018

There's a reason why the expression is "red hot" - it's no wonder that celebrities have always been on trend to dye their locks and 'go red.' Who does it suit the best?

About 1,500 redheads will be marching at the ginger-iest place on earth, The Ginger Factory in Queensland, in celebration of the annual Buderim Ginger Pride Rally. In honour of redheads everywhere, let’s take a look at some celebrities who went red and never looked better!

1. Katy Perry

The Queen of Pop took sophistication to the next level with her dye job, choosing a deep red to showcase her epic sense of style.

2. Emma Stone

The Oscar-winner has rocked being a redhead many times throughout her career, and we can see why!

3. Bella Thorne

This wild child loves her red locks to add a twist of glamour to her usual grungy style.

4. Sophie Turner

The Game of Thrones actress sports a flaming hot hair colour in real life and as Sansa Stark, and we can’t get enough of it.

5. Blake Lively

Blake drastically switched up her look in her most recent film ‘A Simple Favour’ (her menswear style for the movie, was insanely on point!), demonstrating that redheads should never shy away from a bold red lip to complement their hair.

6. Rachel McAdams

Rachel has gone red and back many times throughout her career. We think she should stick with ginger for good!

7. Sienna Miller

The English actress is known for her trademark blonde locks, but we think we prefer her as a redhead.

8. Rita Ora

No stranger to bold looks, the singer rocks the red look like no one else.

9. Elizabeth Olsen

The younger sister of the Olsen twins and a bonafide Avenger, Elizabeth Olsen’s red hair makes her character Scarlet Witch look like such a badass!

10. Evan Peters

A fan favourite, Evan followed in his female counterpart’s footsteps to go red, and people loved it – we can definitely see why!

The marchers at the Ginger Pride Rally will be armed with flags and banners to promote an anti-bullying message and spread their uniqueness. The annual rally will be held on 6th October at The Ginger Factory, an iconic Sunshine Coast tourism attraction and home of Buderim Ginger. 

For registration and more information, visit: http://www.thegingernet.com/ginger-pride-rally