Lucille's natural hair color was a light to medium brown with reddish tones. She then bleached it to a blonde and then she became a red head to be different from the other platinum blonde starlets.
No. While most people associate Lucille Ball with blazing red hair, she wasn't a natural redhead. A natural brunette, she colored her hair blonde as a starlet in the 1930s and 1940s. To look better in front of the television camera, she dyed it red and often wore a wig on the set. She stayed with that hue from the 1950s onward. (She once joked that she was keeping the economy of Egypt afloat with her annual orders of henna.)Henna is a flowering plant used since antiquity to dye skin, hair, fingernails, leather and wool.
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