Everyone's in a tizzy today over the brand new red-brown hair color Emma Stone debuted at the 30th Annual Producer's Guild Awards — but today's no different than any other if you really think about. Natural and wannabe redheads alike have been obsessing over the actress' hair since she made her movie debut in Superbad way back in 2007, and she's donned just about every hue of red, auburn, and even blonde you could ever imagine.
If, like many of us, you're itching to give your hair a makeover worthy of Emma Stone but don't want to spend A-list amounts of money, peep these at-home hair dyes you can use to recreate her look from your bathroom.
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Undoubtedly Stone's signature shade of red, copper and orange-toned reds are the ultimate head-turners and are reserved solely for those who aren't afraid of being the center of attention. Bright red hues such as this one are harder to maintain than tinted blondes and brunettes, but that's just what it takes to have fiery hot tresses like these.
Madison Reed Radiant Color Hair Kit in Carrare Crimson ($25, Ulta)
This kit is a little more complicated than regular mix-and-go box dyes, but putting up with that yields a more dynamic shade of copper red in return. Another benefit of this kit? Its free of damaging parabens, phthalates, gluten, and other popular ingredients known to cause breakage.
Jerome Russel Punky Colour 3-In-1 Color Depositing Shampoo and Conditioner in Red-iculous ($11, Target)
If your hair is already light or already red, a fantastic way to keep it vibrant without dying it all over again is by using color depositing shampoos and conditioners like these one from UK-based hair brand Jerome Russel.
Bright reds take a lot of maintenance if you're a natural brunette — luckily for you, that's where auburn comes in. The red-toned brown shades offers just as much attitude as bright red but doesn't require nearly as much time and money as vibrant copper does.
Clairol Natural Instincts Hair Color in Medium Auburn Brown ($12, Walmart)
If you're looking for a very, very subtle shift from brown to red, look no further than this Clairol formula. Its gentle formula prevents a lot of damage, and this auburn shade is a tinge more brown than most that are available.
OverTone Extreme Red Deep Treatment ($29, OverTone)
This color-depositing conditioner is made for hair that's already been lightened, but I can personally attest that if you leave this in dry, naturally dark hair for at least five minutes, it'll amp up any and all red undertones you've got for a seemingly natural auburn hue.
L'Oréal Féria Multi-Faceted Shimmering Color in Brill Bordeaux ($10, Ulta)
This L'Oreéal offshoot is one of the best bangs for your buck in the at-home hair dye word. This burgundy-adjacent shade is perfect for anyone who wants go red without lightening their naturally dark hair first.
On naturally blond and lightened hair, going just a tinge red is a great way to transition into something new without whole-hog dedicating your strands to a brand new color you've never tried before. Stone is the queen of oscillating back and forth between blonde and red, and you can be one, too, with these products.
L'Oréal Pairs Excellence Créme Permanent Hair Color in Red Penny ($9, Target)
Blondes swear by this permanent light-red shade to cover grays and transition into bolder red with ease. Target's comment section is rife with women who can't live without this stuff between salon appointments.
Schwarzkopf Color Ultime Hair Color in Light Copper Red ($8, Target)
This shade of red is just about as close to blonde as you can get in a hair dye. Just be warned, brunettes, using this color on your natural hair won't do much unless you lighten it first — talk to a professional about doing that.