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The Essential Guide to Becoming Your Most Radiant, Redheaded You If you have red hair, you know it’s more than just a color—it’s a way of life that comes with its own challenges, like unique makeup needs, fashion questions and hair dilemmas. How to be a Redhead has the answers to all your redhead beauty questions, with specialized advice and tips for hair care, skincare, ma The Essential Guide to Becoming Your Most Radiant, Redheaded You If you have red hair, you know it’s more than just a color—it’s a way of life that comes with its own challenges, like unique makeup needs, fashion questions and hair dilemmas. How to be a Redhead has the answers to all your redhead beauty questions, with specialized advice and tips for hair care, skincare, makeup, health and fashion. With this book, redheads get: - The best products, tools and tips to keep your hair stunning and your complexion clear - Easy step-by-step hairstyle tutorials - Tips for nourishing your sensitive skin throughout the year - Effortlessly cool day-to-night makeup looks - How to achieve the perfect red lip - Redhead fashion dos and don’ts - How to look and feel your best Written by redheads, sisters and starters of the Red Hair Revolution, Adrienne & Stephanie Vendetti, How to be a Redhead is packed full of all the inspiration and advice a redhead could ever want. With this must-have book, you’ll learn to rock your red head with confidence, grace and glowing beauty.


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The Essential Guide to Becoming Your Most Radiant, Redheaded You If you have red hair, you know it’s more than just a color—it’s a way of life that comes with its own challenges, like unique makeup needs, fashion questions and hair dilemmas. How to be a Redhead has the answers to all your redhead beauty questions, with specialized advice and tips for hair care, skincare, ma The Essential Guide to Becoming Your Most Radiant, Redheaded You If you have red hair, you know it’s more than just a color—it’s a way of life that comes with its own challenges, like unique makeup needs, fashion questions and hair dilemmas. How to be a Redhead has the answers to all your redhead beauty questions, with specialized advice and tips for hair care, skincare, makeup, health and fashion. With this book, redheads get: - The best products, tools and tips to keep your hair stunning and your complexion clear - Easy step-by-step hairstyle tutorials - Tips for nourishing your sensitive skin throughout the year - Effortlessly cool day-to-night makeup looks - How to achieve the perfect red lip - Redhead fashion dos and don’ts - How to look and feel your best Written by redheads, sisters and starters of the Red Hair Revolution, Adrienne & Stephanie Vendetti, How to be a Redhead is packed full of all the inspiration and advice a redhead could ever want. With this must-have book, you’ll learn to rock your red head with confidence, grace and glowing beauty.

30 review for How to Be a Redhead: A Guide to Beauty, Skincare, Hair Care, Fashion and Confidence From the Sisters Who Started the Red Hair Revolution

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

    Adrienne and Stephanie Vendetti have tried, tested and approved a tonne of products to ensure they're "redhead friendly," meaning they won't clash with red hair or wash out or irritate fair, sensitive skin. A lot of magazines or beauty companies seem to forget redheads exist, so it can be hard to find the right shades of product or make up looks and tips that work for me. I wish I had read this book when I was younger because by now I've already figured out most of what will fit me through trial Adrienne and Stephanie Vendetti have tried, tested and approved a tonne of products to ensure they're "redhead friendly," meaning they won't clash with red hair or wash out or irritate fair, sensitive skin. A lot of magazines or beauty companies seem to forget redheads exist, so it can be hard to find the right shades of product or make up looks and tips that work for me. I wish I had read this book when I was younger because by now I've already figured out most of what will fit me through trial and error, but this book is filled with a bunch of tips and product recommendations for every skin type and shade of red hair. I like that the sisters are upfront about how they hated how they looked when they were younger (going so far as to try to bleach their freckles), but have learned to celebrate their unique looks and have even built on a business helping other women to do the same.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bookish Jen

    Written by the founders of the redhead related website, How to Be a Redhead, focuses on fashion, beauty, hair and skin advice aimed at those of us with fiery-toned locks (both natural and by choice), How to Be Redhead is a primer on how redheads from strawberry blondes to those with dark auburn hair can make themselves look their best. Naturally a brunette, I decided to become a redhead back in the 1990s, and I haven’t looked back since. I may not have been born a redhead but I really do think I Written by the founders of the redhead related website, How to Be a Redhead, focuses on fashion, beauty, hair and skin advice aimed at those of us with fiery-toned locks (both natural and by choice), How to Be Redhead is a primer on how redheads from strawberry blondes to those with dark auburn hair can make themselves look their best. Naturally a brunette, I decided to become a redhead back in the 1990s, and I haven’t looked back since. I may not have been born a redhead but I really do think I was born to be a redhead. It suits my fair coloring and people tell me my redhead makes my baby blues just “pop.” When I found How to Be a Redhead at my local library I just knew I had to read it. How to Be a Redhead is divided into several redhead-related topics. First the sisters tell their personal stories on being natural redheads, the good, the bad, and yes, the ugly. Often teased for their fiery tresses, he Vendetti sisters are having the last laugh with their successful website filled with ginger-related gems like hair accessories, fashionable graphic t-shirts and tank tops, and beauty boxes filled with redhead-friendly goodies like sunscreen, hand cream, and cosmetics, and of course, their book How to Be a Redhead. The next chapter focuses on how redheads can gain confidence in a world where redheads are quite rare and most beauty-related companies, websites and books focus mostly on blondes and brunettes. And let’s not forget some of the bullying redheads face even today when the public face of many redheads include beauties like Julianne Moore, Jessica Chastain, Eddie Redmayne and Prince Harry. Chapter three focuses on the beauty of red hair and why it should be celebrated, especially by those of us who have red hair. Preach! In this chapter the Vendetti sisters include five steps for finding redhead friendly products. The following chapters focus on various beauty and fashion issues most redheads face, including hair, skin, nails, make-up, famous redheads, and finally, fashion. Hair tells us the different red hair colors. Cool tones include strawberry blonde and copper. Warm tones include classic red, deep red, auburn, deep auburn and red violet, complete with photos of various celebrities like Emma Watson and Isla Fischer. My hair is a hybrid of deep red and auburn, which features two of my favorite redheads, the aforementioned Julianne Moore and Debra Messing. Included in the hair chapter tells us how to figure out if our hair is fine, coarse, or frizzy or normal. This chapter also tells of the best shampoos, conditioners, sprays, gels, styling tools and home treatments for redheads. I like the home remedies because they can be made with simple products found at any grocery store like olive oil, eggs and bananas, are wallet-friendly and easy to make. There is one part of the hair chapter I do have a quibble with, the hair styles. The Vendetti sisters have gorgeous Rapunzel-like locks and the hairstyles shown in this book reveal this. My hair is long but just past my shoulders. Sure, I can rock a chignon or a bun, but I do wish we could see some hairstyles featuring redheads with shorter hair whether a swinging bob or a cute pixie cut. Redheads often have sensitive skin, and even though I’m a redhead by choice, I also have sensitive skin, so especially appreciated How to Be a Redhead’s chapter on how to best take care of my skin. This chapter tells us how to recognize our skin types, redhead friendly products and treatments, seasonal skin care and the beauty of freckles. I’ve recently gotten more interested in giving myself manicures and I liked the chapter on nails including hand and nail treatments, The chapter on make-up informs the reader of the best utensils every redhead should have in her make-up kit, brushes, eyelash curlers, sponges, tweezers, mirrors and pencil sharpeners. My favorite part of the make-up is the focus on cosmetics from foundations to lipsticks to eye shadows. This chapter includes make-up tutorials. While reading this chapter I also found out that rarest hair color/eye color combination is red hair and blue eyes… Damn straight! I usually cringe when a book or magazine tells us “how to get the celebrity look,” so I was ready to dismiss How to Be Redhead’s chapter named just that. But this chapter includes make tips from make-up artists who work with Reba McEntire, Julianne Moore and the hairstylist from Mad Men who gave one of my favorite one of my televised redhead, Joan Holloway-Harris, her notable bouffant. How to Be a Redhead closes with fashion tips including the most redhead friendly colors, including emerald green, plum purple, ruby red (yes, redheads can rock the red) and various shades of blue, including sapphire, peacock and navy blue. As a hybrid of deep red and auburn hair colors like cranberry red, turquoise, and pink mist are great colors for me. Actually, this chapter tells redheads there is a rainbow of redhead-friendly colors including fuchsia, mustard yellow, black and pumpkin orange. Redheads should also ignore silly myths like don’t wear green (too Christmassy), white, or neutrals. Hey, if you’re a redhead and love a certain color, wear it and rock it!!!! How to Be a Redhead is a fun read, while also being informative and charming. I just know I’m going to make some of the home treatments found in this book and take a gander at the Vendetti’s website more often. Originally published at The Book Self https://thebookselfblog.wordpress.com...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amber Gayle

    I enjoyed this book as a beauty book for redheads. Having naturally strawberry blonde hair, it was nice to find a book dedicated to redheads (and reassuring me that I am one). With that said, I don't think it's just geared towards redheads. Sure some of the hair tips are for red hair (the color depositing shampoos to combat natural hair fade) but I think that most of it can be beneficial for all hair colors. I have rosacea and sensitive skin and I don't believe this is strictly a redhead problem I enjoyed this book as a beauty book for redheads. Having naturally strawberry blonde hair, it was nice to find a book dedicated to redheads (and reassuring me that I am one). With that said, I don't think it's just geared towards redheads. Sure some of the hair tips are for red hair (the color depositing shampoos to combat natural hair fade) but I think that most of it can be beneficial for all hair colors. I have rosacea and sensitive skin and I don't believe this is strictly a redhead problem. I think a lot of people with sensitive skin in general can benefit from this book as there are lots of product recommendations and the Vendetti sisters are very upfront about the fact that they have sensitive skin. For the first of its kind, I was happy with it. Would definitely recommend to someone with a redhead tween/teen learning about makeup, skincare, etc. as it has some great advice.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ellen Feldman

    I refer to this book over and over again. I thought it would just be a fun, cutesy book to have, but it actually has tons of information about skincare, makeup, etc. for redheads that I didn't know. I never had anyone to teach me this stuff, let alone anyone who had redhead-specific advice. Thanks to this book, I FINALLY found skincare products and a routine that doesn't make my skin flare up. Last time I went to the dermatologist, (who kept repeating, "because you're a redhead, you'll need to d I refer to this book over and over again. I thought it would just be a fun, cutesy book to have, but it actually has tons of information about skincare, makeup, etc. for redheads that I didn't know. I never had anyone to teach me this stuff, let alone anyone who had redhead-specific advice. Thanks to this book, I FINALLY found skincare products and a routine that doesn't make my skin flare up. Last time I went to the dermatologist, (who kept repeating, "because you're a redhead, you'll need to do xyz"), she confirmed that I was taking all the right steps and seemed impressed. The hairstyles and fashion sections were fun but I only wish they were longer. I also disagree with some of their makeup advice (i.e. that redheads should always wear black mascara on our invisible eyelashes), but that's an endless debate that's been going on since Judas was depicted as a redhead in "The Last Supper". Mostly, I just wish I'd had this book when I first started trying to figure all this out!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Paige

    I am not a redhead, but I did win a copy of this book from a giveaway. I have several redheaded family members and I know the struggle to find products that are suitable for their skin, and hair. I read through the book, and it's put together incredibly well, and has a ton of great information. This is a great how-to-guide, that I will be sure to pass on to someone who will get a lot of use out of it. If you're a redhead, and have questions about fashion, make-up, and hair styles that will work I am not a redhead, but I did win a copy of this book from a giveaway. I have several redheaded family members and I know the struggle to find products that are suitable for their skin, and hair. I read through the book, and it's put together incredibly well, and has a ton of great information. This is a great how-to-guide, that I will be sure to pass on to someone who will get a lot of use out of it. If you're a redhead, and have questions about fashion, make-up, and hair styles that will work specifically for you, you should pick up a copy of this book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Allie

    A book I didn't know I needed! I don't really do makeup (anymore) out of laziness, but also because I didn't want to spend money to try something and have it look like total trash. I love the redhead-approved stamp, and in addition to new recommendations it also validates some of my go-to product choices. Highly recommended for redheads, but if this isn't your plight it doesn't have much wide appeal. A book I didn't know I needed! I don't really do makeup (anymore) out of laziness, but also because I didn't want to spend money to try something and have it look like total trash. I love the redhead-approved stamp, and in addition to new recommendations it also validates some of my go-to product choices. Highly recommended for redheads, but if this isn't your plight it doesn't have much wide appeal.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    Wow! This book was perfect! I so wish it had been around when I was younger but it was great. I loved the tips, the pictures and if nothing else the sense of comradary that I wasn't alone in this struggle to figure out how to navigate life as a redhead in a fashionable and healthy way. Highly recommend! If you're not a redhead then this would also make a great gift to any gingers in your life!! Wow! This book was perfect! I so wish it had been around when I was younger but it was great. I loved the tips, the pictures and if nothing else the sense of comradary that I wasn't alone in this struggle to figure out how to navigate life as a redhead in a fashionable and healthy way. Highly recommend! If you're not a redhead then this would also make a great gift to any gingers in your life!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Zoe

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    Amy

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    Nancy

  11. 5 out of 5

    Erin James

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    Haley Mellert

  13. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

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    Rachael

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    Ashley

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    Shannon

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    Aileen Hutchinson-Clayton

  18. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne Vendetti Hodges

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mary Hannah

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    Sonya

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    Page Street Publishing

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    Susan

  23. 5 out of 5

    Donna Saye

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    Susan

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kelley Periasamy

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    Chris

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    GrEtA

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    Katie Oeschger

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    Agneta

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    Madel

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