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Emma Stone’s hair color: strawberry blond, more or less!

Is Emma’s strawberry hair color more blond or more red?

It’s a trick question: we think the answer depends on the lighting, angle, fashions, whether she’s in- or outdoors and how her hair is styled–up or down.

In the end, Emma’s color-of-the-moment doesn’t matter…it’s always pretty, flattering–simply stunning in strawberry blond, copper, red, auburn, platinum, etc. For years now, Emma Stone has been a leading–if not the leading–trendsetter in hair color–for celebs and real women alike. She changes the hue so often we’re not sure what it is today. The strawberry blond in question (above) refers to Emma’s hot look at the annual Met Ball on May 7th.

We could search photos all day and might not find the color du jour, but we’d rather spend our time learning how Em keeps her hair healthy and natural-looking through the wash-and-wear of color changes and constant styling.

As usual with the rich and famous, Miss Stone has an advantage with help from Tracey Cunningham, Redken’s Colorist of the Year Award for 2011. Tracey has worked with stars such as Charlize Theron, Cameron Diaz, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Lopez and Emily Blunt and Sofia Vergara. She’s popular because of her ability to maintain healthy hair through the coloring process. Some of her secrets are as simple as using a temporary product like Redken Shades EQ Cream to get rich color and radiant shine. Some celeb-style colors–namely single process–can be achieved at home. But highlights, lowlights, platinum, etc. are best left to salon colorists.

Return to realhairstyles.net soon to find out how to do Emma’s Met Ball style (complete with a custom-made, designer hair ornament).

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Emma Stone’s haircolor?

One of our bloggers wanted a haircolor similar to Emma Stone’s. Here’s the new hue…not a perfect match, but we love it!

Emma Stone

A few days ago, we wrote a tweet and facebook status about one of our writers who was getting her hair colored. She wanted something like Emma Stone’s red (in the Revlon ad below) but lighter red, blonder or more strawberry blond. The results are shown above right.

To get the look: hair was highlighted in blond and then rinsed with a color glaze, creating a red base and overall dark strawberry blond.

Our writer has gotten lots of compliments on the new hue, and she likes it…for now. She was hoping for a lighter red than she got, but will enjoy it for a couple of months…until she goes in for single-process color.

We are firm believers in experimenting with our hair. As one celebrity hairstylist told us long ago: “Have fun with your hair…it’ll grow out if you don’t like it!” Our sentiments exactly. Of course we know better than asking for Celebrity Hairstyles that are out of our reach…like this one of Emma Stone in rich dark red accented with gold streaks and luscious curls!

Emma StoneWhat do you think about the results? Does it remind you of any haircolor Emma Stone has worn in the past? (We’d love to get your opinion in the comments space below!)

Sources: flickr photos by Gage Skidmore and rocor, Revlon and iPhone pic by Bruce Plantz

How does anyone keep up with Emma Stone’s haircolor?

Ya gotta love Emma’s never-ending hair makeovers! It’s hard to keep up with her mane changes, but that’s the fun of it!

Wouldn’t you know it…we were just finishing up a blog post about Emma Stone and she scooped us. While we were writing about her ever-changing color, she went back to blond! She’s one of those few celebs who like to change their image on a regular basis (think Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Madonna, etc.). Emma’s earlier bleach blond pales in comparison with the new blond that has hints of strawberry. Throw in some very loose curls and this look’s a keeper (until Emma decides to go back to red or whatever!). The new blond is perfect for her role as Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man, with costar and real-life boyfriend Andrew Garfield (The Social Network).


Sources: WireImage. instyle.com and PR Photos.

Emma Stone’s haircolor: read all about it!

Emma Stone‘s hair (color) continues to be the Top 2 most-viewed posts of the quarter. Before this quarter, her mane held the #2 and #3 most popular posts of the past year. Lately she’s been favoring the dark red that first got our attention (along with her premier role in Zombieland!) The shades of red and the style change quite often, but it’s been a while since she gave up the bleached blond. It’s hard to believe that she’s naturally a blonde, as she claims whenever questioned. And we can’t believe we’re saying this: Emma’s blond is starting to look good.

This post is a teaser for a more in-depth post we are working on, and here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come!

For more on Emma Stone’s haircolor & style, see below!

Emma Stone’s haircolor: what was she thinking?


When we last wrote about Emma, she was wearing a rich dark red haircolor. So why did she have to go and bleach it? She says the mane change is for a part… playing Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man coming out in 2012. We’re wondering if she was just itching to get on the celebrity haircolor trend that says anything goes: think Drew Barrymore, Katy Perry, Rihanna.

Emma says she’s a natural blonde, but surely the real thing is not like this–platinum and gold that verges on orange! As for the style, it’s different and fresh. The bangs and straight locks are of the moment, while the full waves without bangs were perfect for fall. Isn’t it funny how her cat-like eyes are dark or light depending on the haircolor?

Fall for Emma Stone’s haircolor

Emma Stone has one of the hottest haircolors for Fall/Winter 2010. It’s a warm, subtle red called ginger and works on brown to black hair. If you already have dark hair, this kind of color is more affordable and easier to maintain. While you can do it at home, the single process color you get from a salon will have different shadings that make hair shimmer. The shade works well with a haircut like Emma’s… mostly one-length and straight but full. To get a lot more shine, ask your colorist for fine highlights on top of the dark or lowlighted base. Emma’s monochromatic ginger works especially well for women who have fair skin with pinkish undertones, but there are rich shades that are flattering for other complexions. For those who want to stay light during the cold-weather months, consider this: Emma in Easy A. Highlights on layered curls are the perfect fit for her role as a teen wearing the “Scarlet Letter.”