Christina Hendricks' Strawberry Blond Look That Fans Envy

Christina Hendricks' vibrant, voluminous hair deserves its own awards. The Emmy-nominated actor has naturally blond hair, per Allure, but her iconic red hair has become her staple beauty look over the years. Though her fiery locks are almost as famous as she is, Hendricks has experimented with many hair colors, including black and pink (via The Things).

In a March 17, 2015, interview with Marie Claire, Hendricks revealed that working in a salon as a teen sparked her love of hair dye and gave her the confidence to play around with colors that complemented her fair skin tone. But red hair has always been her one true love. The "Mad Men" star told the outlet that her mother helped her fall in love with being a redhead. "At this point in my life, I think I've had every hair color there is," she explained. "Growing up, I was light blond, but my mother used Clairol to make me a redhead when I was 10 because I was dying to be Anne of Green Gables. When she finished, I felt this burst of energy, like, 'Ah, I'm finally me!' –which is a pretty funny sentiment for a 10-year-old."

Hendricks shocked fans in a good way when she showed up at the 2013 Emmys with a curly strawberry blond bob (via PopSugar). The outlet polled fans on their reaction to her look, and 89% voted that they loved it. She brought back the hair color and grew her curls out at the 2015 screening for "Mad Men" Season 7 (via Too Fab). Huffington Post accurately crowned her long waves as the top beauty moment. You can get her luscious locks in a few simple steps.

How to pull off Christina Hendricks' strawberry blond hair

Strawberry blond was made for Christina Hendricks. If you're as obsessed as we are with this perfect mix between blond and red, you'll be happy to hear that anyone can pull off this hairstyle. Allure agrees that this hair color is completely versatile and cites Viola Davis' gorgeous, auburn-tinted cropped look as proof that it can work with any skin tone. 

To get the look, Byrdie recommends choosing a dye that complements your complexion. Depending on your natural hair color, the dye job is low maintenance for the most part. Toyomi Ishikura, colorist for SHRD Hair Care at Kim Vo salon in West Hollywood, told the outlet that you can spend at most eight weeks between touchups. Celebrity colorist Chad Kenyon strongly suggests bringing references photos to your next salon visit, since this hair color is made up of different hues (via Allure). "I have my clients show me a minimum of three hair-color photos they like as well as three they do not like," he explained.