Our ten favorite red-haired celebrities

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Aug. 3
We love these celebrity redheads with their unique styles – ranging from royals to the actors who play them!
  • Prince Harry(and Archie!)
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    Probably the world’s best-known redhead, Prince Harry was known as the “party prince” in his younger days. Following his marriage to Megan Markle, he’s now settled down and is a very proud dad to little Archie, who has inherited his trademark red hair. In fact, we think Archie looks more and more like his dad every day!
  • Emma stone
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    Emma Stone is such a versatile actress, appearing in everything from La La Land to Birdman. She’s also known for her simple yet classic style, which is complemented by her beautiful muted red hair.  This unfussy lob looks simply perfect!
  • Amy Adams
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    American Hustle actress Amy Adams is fortunate to have that rare but stunning combination of red hair and blue eyes. Her rich, auburn hair looks fabulous however she wears it – whether it’s in soft waves, straight and sleek, or pulled back into a ponytail.
  • Julianne Moore
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    Julianne Moore is the epitome of elegance and class, with glorious copper-colored hair. She’s a pretty incredible actress too and has been in countless films since the early 90s. We can’t wait to see where her career takes her next.
  • Christina Hendricks
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    Christina Hendricks wowed us all in Mad Men – that combination of scarlet hair, hourglass curves and vintage styling is an absolute knockout. She’s also a brilliant character actress, winning multiple Emmys. As well as looking amazing with her hair in a classic 60s style, she also looks great with her red hair in more contemporary styles, such as casual mid-length waves.
  • Florence Welch
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    English singer and songwriter Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine must be one of the coolest and most iconic redheads we know. With her striking blunt fringe, her deep red hair, and that amazing voice, she’s instantly memorable!
  • Lily Cole
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    Supermodel Lily Cole is so distinctive, with her cute doll-like features and her bold copper hair. But she’s more than just a pretty face – she graduated with double first class honors from Cambridge University, she’s an accomplished actress, successful entrepreneur as well as being a mom. 
  • Nicole Kidman
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    Australian actress Nicole Kidman spent many years hiding her naturally curly red locks by wearing her long hair blonde and straight. But we think she looks best with her natural combination of alabaster skin, auburn hair, and those gorgeous waves!
  • Ewan McGregor
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    Actor Ewan McGregor has sported many different hairstyles and colors during his career – from his shaved head in Trainspotting, to black dyed hair. But Ewan is a true Scottish redhead, and we love him that way!
  • Damian Lewis
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    British actor Damian Lewis, famous for his role in Band of Brothers and Homeland,  is instantly recognizable with his ginger hair making him perfect for the role of one of history’s most famous redheads, King Henry VIII of England,  in TV mini-series Wolf Hall. 
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