Okay, so if you’re hooked on a red hair transformation (or want to tone your natural red hair), consider the tint of red in relation to skin tone. Crimson red hair can look really dramatic on someone with a light, cool skin tone, whereas a strawberry blonde will look more subtle.
Consider the look you’re going for. Don’t worry however – red or auburn hair is actually one of the more versatile shades out there.
If you have a light skin tone consider going for a more blonde shade with a twist of copper or strawberry, as it really compliments light skin.
Whether you have a warm or cool undertone, you’ll be alright here, as the hint of red will compliment a warmer tone and the base of blonde will compliment a cool skin tone. If you’re on the neutral scale, you will also fit right in.
For medium skin tones with either cool or warm undertones, you should in general steer clear of any red that contains purple, as that might make your skin appear more of a pale yellow.