47+ Best Red Hair Quotes: Exclusive Selection

Profoundly inspirational red hair quotes will encourage you to think a little deeper than you usually would and broaden your perspective.

Famous Red Hair Quotes

With the red hair, you get the white skin; it’s a package deal. The cons are that you never look particularly attractive on the beach. The pros are in a softly lit room, you look pretty. — Marcia Cross

When I was younger, I definitely did face anti-ginger prejudice. As a child, all teasing hurts, whether it’s because you’re fat or a different race or have red hair. I had enough comments from a couple of people to make it a sore point. — Lily Cole

Precise historical reasons are difficult to pinpoint, but red hair, it seems, bestows a sense of otherness. Red is the colour of blood and danger. — Kate Williams

I’m either thought of as ethereal or fiery. And maybe that’s the interesting thing about red hair: there’s that fiery Renaissance connotation and the ethereal. — Jessica Chastain

I didn’t see how wearing prosthetics was quite so different from being born with flaming red hair in a crowd of black-haired babies, or being of a different religion from that of every other child in your area. — Aimee Mullins

I look a lot like my mom. I’m the only one of my siblings with red hair, and she had bright red hair. I always have felt incredibly connected to her. — Ethan Slater

Darcy, the heroine of ‘Something Blue,’ is quite shallow and opinionated. At one point, she commented that she dislikes ‘gingers,’ i.e., men with red hair. I received several emails from fiery redheads who said they were offended by ‘my’ comments. I had to remind them that it is fiction. — Emily Giffin

Every job I’ve had since ‘Smallville’ has wanted me to have red hair, so I have to thank ‘Smallville’ for that. But, just the fact that it was so different was appealing to me. As an actor, you want to be able to play a lot of different things. — Cassidy Freeman

When I originally auditioned for ‘Hereditary,’ I didn’t think I’d get it because everyone there was, like, three years younger than me and had red hair – it was a very odd thing. When I ended up getting it, I was really excited because it was on my bucket list to be in a horror film. — Milly Shapiro

I got very lucky with ‘Harry Potter.’ I got that role because I’m a ginger! Red hair was my only qualification! — Domhnall Gleeson

I grew up with low self-esteem. I didn’t think I was very pretty. I had glasses, red hair and was generally quite a spod. — Mark Gatiss

Blonde is dumb comedy, red hair is smart, sexy comedy. — Lisa Kudrow

People don’t associate red hair, pale skin, and freckles with beauty. — Shirley Manson

When I was 10, I had dyed red hair, and I used to paint my nails – I think my mum secretly loved it. — Yungblud

I did feel funny about being fair and having red hair and freckles. I did not like that because I grew up in a neighbourhood where no one had red hair. I felt very conspicuous but not in a nice way. — Patti Scialfa

In England we burnt redheads at the stake, because we thought they were witches. There are still young redheads in Britain getting ripped for having red hair. ‘Oy, Ginger!’ — Damian Lewis

I was obsessed with the Canadian novel ‘Anne of Green Gables’. I decided I was Anne of Green Gables. There was something that spoke to me about her, and I wanted to have her beautiful red hair. — Christina Hendricks

I’ve learned not to let anyone affect my thoughts of myself. And I learned to love my red hair – it’s my favorite thing! — Madelaine Petsch

I knew I was Chinese, but growing up, it never occurred to me that that had any particular implication or that it should differentiate me in any way. I thought it was a minor detail, like having red hair. — David Henry Hwang

When I died my hair red the first time, I felt as if it was what nature intended. I have been accused of being a bit of a spitfire, so in that way, I absolutely live up to the stereotype. The red hair suits my personality. I was a terrible blonde! — Amy Adams

Alice Levine has great unique style and beautiful red hair. — Katherine Ryan

I’m going to be that little old lady that’s just, like, walking around and just, like, full of energy, probably with bright red hair or something crazy. — Jessie James Decker

Electric red hair is more for, like, people in their 20s and early 30s. — Scott Weiland

When I was a kid, I always had the red hair, the white skin, and freckles. Back then, I wanted to look like everybody else, but now I realize that being different is definitely a major help. — Sheamus

I’m not Irish. Just because I have red hair doesn’t mean I’m a lucky charm, you know? — Rebecca Mader

I would literally have to go meet people so they could see I didn’t have big red hair and wear high heels constantly. It was just really ingrained in people. — Katey Sagal

I know at one point I had bright red hair and I had bracelets from my wrist up to my elbow and I was wearing size 50 pants. I wouldn’t wear that today, but I’m not embarrassed about wearing it back then any more. — Mike Shinoda

People always say you can’t do a red lip if you have red hair but I’ve never shied away from it. I think you can absolutely do that. It’s more about hair colour and complexion. — Kate Walsh

I was bullied at school for my red hair; today I still come out fighting hard. I give as good as I get. In business, it’s about finding solutions, not being rolled over. — John Caudwell

Having red hair is never good when you’re a kid. I was picked on a lot and didn’t have a lot of friends. But I think that gave me a thick skin and helped make me a better person. — Jesse Tyler Ferguson

I’m not a natural redhead, but I enjoy having red hair. — Jane Levy

I’m sick of having red hair, but people seem to like that aesthetic. — Rachel Hurd-Wood

For some reason, I wrote about the bed we slept in when I was a kid. It was a half-acre of misery, that bed, sagging in the middle, red hair sticking out of the mattress, the spring gone and the fleas leaping all over the place. — Frank McCourt

Red hair stigmatizes you. — David Caruso

I love my red hair. It makes me spunkier. — Lindsay Lohan

Ron was always my favorite character, because I feel like I relate to him, like we’ve both got red hair, we both like sweets, we’ve both got lots of brothers and sisters. — Rupert Grint

I can recognize a good actor. I can recognize someone that can convey emotion and that has the essence and not get lost in the minutia of, ‘Well, that person’s got red hair, and so does the other.’ Some of the decisions in casting that seem so important at the time, until you get on set and you’re starting to shoot. — Taylor Sheridan

I’ve been compared to a lot of redheads. Here’s the thing though: you can look nothing like somebody, but if you both have red hair, all of a sudden people think you look exactly the same. — Sadie Sink

I’ve had years of teasing about my red hair, but I definitely think it toughened me up. If you’re ginger, you end up pretty quick-witted. — Ed Sheeran

I got a feeling I had loads when I was in primary school, ’cause I had red hair; you know, like Duracell. — Richard D. James

I definitely know that I’m quirky. I know that I’m different. Red hair definitely made me different growing up. — Jayma Mays

I do know that people treat me different with blonde hair than they do with red hair. — Jessica Chastain

People do notice me – I’m always so surprised. When I dyed my hair blond for ‘Suburgatory,’ people would still recognize me from ‘The Last Song,’ when I had red hair, and I didn’t even recognize myself. — Carly Chaikin

I grew up with Grace Coddington coming over to our house, like, all the time, but, like, she was just, like, the woman with the red hair. — Ansel Elgort

If you do a cable show, you have a radio show, whatever, if you’re fat and you’ve got red hair, look, they’re going to pick on you. — Ed Schultz

All my family look Irish. They act Irish. My sister even has red hair… it’s crazy. I’m the one that doesn’t seem Irish. None of the kids in my family, my siblings, speak with an Irish accent… we’ve never lived there full-time; we weren’t born there. We just go there once or twice a year. It’s weird. Our parents sound Irish, but we don’t. — Stella Maxwell

Like all New York hotel lady cashiers she had red hair and had been disappointed in her first husband. — Al Capp