12 Red Hair Styles You Have To Know
There are so many ways to cut and style it, too. If you feel inclined to explore how this gorgeous shade has been presented, we invite you to peruse our list of 47 photos of red haircuts below. Let us know if there is anything that you would add.
1. Short Cut
First, we have a splendidly executed short cut. The strands crossing the forehead are notable for their smoothness and volume, giving a dash of character to this style. It's a simple and elegant classic.
2. Short Cut with Sideburns
Similar to the previous cut, this one exhibits striking bangs hanging to the side. However, itâ€™s the sideburns that truly distinguish it. They outline the cheekbones, giving them a higher, edgier, and almost regal appearance. It's amazing how just one small thing can make so much difference.
3. Pixie Cut
Everything about this cut says that it's from a fantasyland you're never seen. The bright ombre coloring, the way the hair points forward and looks big and full, the divided strands that each act like an arrow now this is a pixie cut.
4. Two Layers, Straight
With this cut, you can see two main layers. The first stops at the chin while the second extends almost to the shoulders. The result is a cut that seems to press itself to the head and neck while appearing full. It's cute yet modest.
5. Two Layers, Wavy
This cut has the same idea as the previous one, except that the hair is wavy instead of straight. It gives the overall style a rounder and softer appearance. Whether your hair is straight or wavy, this look could probably work for you.
Two layers just are not enough for some people. Here, we see a cut that features multiple layers, all of them overlapping each other and several of them flipping outward. If you're the kind of person who has flair, this cut will show it.
7. Curly Afro
Consisting entirely of ringlets, this afro makes a perfect circle the head, marking its wearer as someone with a bright and outgoing personality. Its remarkable spherical shape alone is enough reason to admire it.
8. Bob with Bangs
Sass exudes from the layered strands, flipped ends, and long bangs of this bob. It would be an awesome choice for anyone who enjoys being cheeky but doesn't want to be high-maintenance about it.
9. Asymmetrical Bob
With one side longer than the other and draped over half of the face, this is a bob that emits an air of mystery. After all, one side is not like the other, much like the sides of our personalities. If you're the kind of person who likes to keep people guessing, trying doing it like this.
10. Graduated Bob
The strands at the front reach the chin, but then they inch higher as they go to the back of the head. Like the ups and downs of life itself, this cut is endlessly interesting.
11. Extra Short Graduated Bob
This bob has the same concept as the previous one; itâ€™s just a bit shorter. For those with straight or wavy hair, ending the front strands above the chin is a lovely way to frame the face, especially since the rest of the hair disappears behind the ears, unable to disrupt the effect.
12. Layered Bob with Bangs
As we've established with earlier hairstyles, layers always add entertainment and depth. However, this bob also has bangs, which gives the cut a sense of attitude that it might not have had it otherwise.