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To choose the right red for you, Clairol Color Director James Corbett recommends looking to your skin tone and natural hair color: "If you have a warm skin tone, a cool red shade will look better on you. If you have a cool skin tone, choose a warm red. Light brunettes and dark blondes typically look better with light, warm reds and dark brunettes look better with cool reds."
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Julianne Moore's dark, cinnamon hue looks striking against her pale skin.
According to Corbett, Amy Adams can pull off a lighter red because of her cool complexion. "It makes her copper hue look rich," he says.
We'll always love Claire Danes' My So-Called Life red the most, but this copper color looks great on her, too.
If you've got long hair, follow Isla Fisher's lead and choose a red with dimension.
Though Emma Stone is a natural blonde, we love when she goes red!
Coco Rocha first went red for a Vogue shoot in 2009.
Whether she's platinum or red, Kate Mara's hair choices always distinguish her from her sister, Rooney.
With her fair skin and pale blue eyes, Nicole Kidman looks best with warm red shades.
Back in 2010, model Karen Elson revealed to our friends at The Cut that it was Christina Hendricks who first encouraged her to go from strawberry blonde to full-on red.
One of James Corbett's all-time favorite red-haired celebrity is Debra Messing. "Her color has a slightly cool base, which looks better with her warm skin tone," he says.
Orange lipstick perfectly complements Jessica Chastain's soft red.
Christina Hendricks' fiery color is a fitting choice for her Mad Men character, Joan.
Alyson Hannigan originally went red for her role on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and she's stuck with it ever since.
If you're looking for a vibrant red that will stand out in a crowd, bring Florence Welch's picture to the salon.