Lucille Ball is perhaps the most famous redhead there is, though her hair didn't always have that firey hue. Her hair apparently got its color from a henna dye, which was a closely guarded Hollywood secret — so closely guarded, in fact, that according to Huffington Postthe dye was kept under lock and key. It may seem like Emma Stone and red hair go hand-in-hand, but she's actually a natural blonde.
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Red hair is the rarest color in the world, making it an uncommon occurrence in Hollywood too. But these actresses some natural redheads and some not show that fiery locks can help kick off a career. If you are thinking of dying your hair red anytime soon then take some inspiration from these ginger-haired beauties.
This woman was so beautiful and exciting that Life Magazine put her on their cover 5 times. In the 40's, Rita, who started out as a dancer, appeared in musicals with both Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly. However, she wanted a dramatic career and after several films as the "other woman", she finally was noticed in a film starring James Cagney, The Strawberry Blonde in and soon became a much sought after star.
Whether they've made us laugh, swoon, or reminisce, all these celebrities have one thing in common: They experimented with red hair. Here, a look back at the most striking reds throughout the decades. Riverdale 's resident redhead is very proud of her cherry locks and even recorded a funny PSA in support of all redheads. Want to know Kate Walsh's secret to her red hair?