Summer Rae Red Hair

Summer Rae’s Red Hair Makes Her Stand Out at the Royal Rumble

Summer Rae has been an iconic figure within WWE for nearly 10 years and her absence seems likely to end this April at Royal Rumble. At an Oral Sessions appearance with Renee Paquette, Danielle Moinet (aka Summer Rae) discussed being asked back by WWE, with concerns that changing from blonde to red hair color might halt that request.

Summer Rae was best-known during her six years with the company for her dance partner Fandango and main cast role on Total Divas. Although released from her contract in 2017, Summer Rae remained on good terms with them and shortly thereafter they invited her back for The Rumble event.

WWE announced over half the women who will participate in this year’s Royal Rumble event, including the Bella Twins, Lita, Mickie James and Summer Rae. Summer Rae captured particular interest when she made her Royal Rumble debut for the first time ever; fans were eager to witness this former diva return and surprised that she has changed from blonde to red in terms of hair colour! Her return may have surprised some observers; one thing may have caught their eye though is how drastically different she looks after having had such a radical makeover!

Red hair comes in many shades that complement almost every skin tone, providing you with an enhanced natural glow. According to stylists, warm copper penny shades work particularly well with light to medium skin tones and may provide an alternative option to classic auburn.

If you want to go all-out and make an impressionful statement, dark auburn hues could make the ultimate statement. These rich and bold shades offer more contrast against your hair, making a striking look against darker complexions while looking fantastic when worn with highlights or an accent root.

Deep burgundy red is another shade that stands out, especially on dark brunettes. While you don’t often see this vibrant shade these days, it adds drama and can add the perfect pop of color. Wear it in various styles but especially stunning as a half updo or with shapely curls!

If you’re feeling tentative about going all in with such an eye-catching shade, try opting for something subtler such as auburn with plenty of babylights instead. This shade works especially well on darker complexions as it will still give that beautiful summertime glow without washing out under direct sunlight.

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