We talk a lot about blondes, brunettes, and redheads—but what about all the shimmering shades in between? Lately, we've been obsessed with strawberry blonde hair, the full-of-dimension hue that's not quite red and not quite blonde, but is beautifully dynamic. Intrigued?
Plenty of celebrities throughout the years have made the choice to dip their toes into the strawberry-blonde hair pool, and many have pulled it off with style. It's a great low-maintenance option for when you want that boho-chic look without the upkeep and price of bleach. Also, it's not the most common hair color at the moment—which is a shame, because it can be quite flattering. You can even go as dark (or light) as you need to; there are plenty of different shades of strawberry blonde to choose from.
Mary-Kate Olsen went strawberry blonde in 2006, showing off long layers and tons of texture during the Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica.
Although we're used to seeing her hair blonde, Scarlet Johansson's shade of cool strawberry blonde from the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival is a personal favorite—it's red without looking brassy.
Blake Lively tied her coppery strands into a messy-but-intricate braid for the L.A. premiere of Green Lantern in 2011.
Amy Adams went for a cooler-tone strawberry blonde and mermaid waves for the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in L.A.
Natasha Lyonne has had her hair every shade of red under the sun it seems, but we're partial to this shade she wore to the inaugural Tribeca X virtual reality exhibition at Tribeca Film Festival.
Adwoa Aboah arrived at the 2016 Business of Fashion Gala dinner in London with a strawberry-blonde crop and a gorgeous red lip.
Nicole Kidman posed with a super-bouncy, volumized blowout and rose gold–colored hair at the 2016 Screen Actors Guild awards in L.A.
She wears a deeper, redder shade now, but for a while Isla Fisher was sporting a just-about-but-not-quite blonde that was absolutely adorable. A shade like this can look red or blonde, depending on the light that's hitting it.
Fun fact: Christina Hendricks, a woman famous for her fiery red hair color on Mad Men, is actually a natural blonde. The best part? In 2015, she mixed the two together for the strawberry-blonde blend of our dreams.
Emma Stone, another natural blonde, vacillates between the two shades as well. Here, she shows off a rosy-blonde color on the red carpet at the 2012 Kids' Choice Awards.
While Rachel McAdams may wear her hair darker now, this light blonde with a red tinge was a great look for her. It's about as light as strawberry blonde can go, and perfect for someone with rosy skin like hers.
Although Cameron Diaz usually keeps her hair a dirty blonde, she wore a red-saturated version of her normal color for a while while promoting her 2014 movie, Sex Tape.
Adele shows off all her Grammys (including the 2012 record of the year, "Rolling in the Deep") with her strawberry-blonde hair perfectly coiffed.
This red-tinged blonde is the perfect shade for people who don't fully want to commit to red yet, but want to see how a redder tone might look on their skin.
Bella Thorne is a bit of a hair chameleon, but she sported this red-blonde ombre while promoting her book The Life of a Wannabe Mogul at SiriusXM.
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