Best Gifts For Redheads & Ginger Lovers

What do you buy as a gift for a redhead? If they’re particularly proud of their ginger hair (which all redheads should be, of course), then giving them a present that relates to their red hair will land you top marks.

We’ve done the legwork for you and put together a list of the perfect gifts for gingers. Most are silly – all are awesome.


Boosting red hair shades


Available in the Ginger Parrot Store or

Gingerful’s hair products for redheads work in complete harmony with each other to enhance multi-tonal highlights and lowlights found in red hair, while nourishing and protecting it in ways mainstream products don’t.

Armed with natural henna for amplifying your colour and rose for a touch of sweetness, these products treat your hair like it’s rare.

Nothing says you appreciate your ginger friend’s uniqueness than buying a gift that enhances and cares for their red hair. It’s thoughtful, unusual, and a winner in any redhead’s eyes. Try the Henna & Rose shampooconditioner or hair mask (or all three!).

Gingerella treats

Available from Karma Drinks

Gingerella is a crisp ginger ale, containing Mother Nature’s magical healer, ginger, and a blend of lemon, vanilla, sugar and spices grown by farmers in the developing world.

So not only does it taste good, it does good, too. Plus, the packaging is kinda pretty.

Redhead Revolution


Available in the Ginger Parrot Store or at

Redhead Revolution recognises the need for ginger-friendly skincare and make-up products. From Gingerlash Mascara to Au Naturel Sunscreen, your redhead beauty needs are catered for.

Reclaim ‘GINGE’ as a term of redhead empowerment

Available in the Ginger Parrot Store


Help Gingerkind claim back the world ‘Ginge’, which is too often used as an insult towards redheads. We’ve had enough, so we’re embracing ‘Ginge’ as a celebration instead!

Our GINGE range has grown everso slightly out of control, but at least that means you can choose from plenty of items, including mugspins and clothing! The pick of gifts for your favourite redhead is endless.

Ginger chocolate treats

Hotel Chocolat

What’s sweet and fiery? A redhead, of course, but also…The Ginger Chocolate Box.

Show you’re ‘Brave’ like Princess Merida

Hot Topic

Being loud, proud and ‘Brave’ like Princess Merida, is something to shout about!

Hot Topic

Everyone knows that all redheads are mermaids.

A redhead angel to top the tree


This recycled cotton Christmas tree decoration with red hair will really catch everyone’s eye.

Join ‘The Sunscreen Club’


Hands up if you’re in the Sunscreen Club! If you know when to reach for your sunscreen and you’re gosh-darned proud of it, this cap is just for you. Emblazoned with ‘The Sunscreen Club’, this cap was created by the brains behind MC1R, a beautifully curated magazine dedicated to redheads. They also have magazine subscriptions available – yet another great gift idea for your favourite ginger!

The scent of a redhead in a candle (maybe)

Boy Smells

Do you know what a redhead smells like? Apparently it’s of saffron, redwood, poppy and some other yumminess.

Your very own ‘Mini Me’


Books about redhead things

Whether you want to read or write about your ginger hair, there’s heaps to keep your favourite redhead occupied while they’re snuggled up in the warm this winter.


Available in the Ginger Parrot Store

‘Gingers’, created by photographer Kieran Dodds, showcases a series of stunning portraits of redheads from all over the world. Transecting 11 timezones, from the Americas through Europe, on to the Middle East and Asia, Dodds’ aim is to celebrate the flow of DNA across cultures and generations.

‘Red: A History of the Redhead’
by Jacky Colliss Harvey

Trace back 50,000 years to learn about how red hair came to be and how attitudes towards red hair changed over decades.

‘The Red Flame’
by Karen Elson

A collection of photography from Karen Elson’s modelling and music career, with stories from her experience working in the fashion industry since the age of 18.

‘The Big Redhead Book’
by Erin La Rosa

Guiding you by the pale (and freckly) hand, this accurate yet hilarious book gives a glimpse into life as a ginger, filled with important facts and figures about this elite club of only 2% of the world.

‘Seeing Red’
by Stewart Cohen

It’s the notion that redheads might become extinct someday (no way) that inspired photographer and director Stewart Cohen to create a book focused entirely on immortalising red hair, its beauty and rarity.

‘Little Miss Ginger’
by Roger Hargreaves

In honour of Ginger Spice, there is finally a Little Miss Ginger! Collect the full set for the Spice Girls collection.

‘A Field Guide to Redheads’
by Elizabeth Graeber

This quirky and cute take on the wondrous aspects of being a redhead consists of 160 pages of more than 100 illustrations, including famous gingers, literary references, and even carrot cake.

‘Red Hot 100’
by Thomas Knights

This hardback coffee table book features photographs of “the 100 sexiest RED HOT guys in the world”, and is merchandise from photographer Thomas Knights’ exhibition of the same name, which has toured London, New York, Berlin, Amsterdam and Breda, the Netherlands.

‘Being Ginger’
by Katherine Hemmings

Illustrated and written by avidly proud redheaded comic artist Katherine Hemmings, Being Ginger is all about the troubles, funny moments, and awkward positions that gingers go through.

‘Freckleface Strawberry’
by Julianne Moore

This series by redhead Julianne Moore is about a little redhead who hates her freckles and tries to think of ways to cover them up, until she decides it’s much better to live with them. It’s a fun book with vibrant illustrations and an important message for ginger kids about learning to love the fact they are different.

‘My Life as a Redhead’
by Jacky Colliss Harvey

This illustrated book allows gingers to catalogue every aspect of their redheadedness. Prompted by questions throughout the book, the reader can note down experiences and notions of their ginger lives while also learning more about this exclusive club at the same time.

by Ian Cook

‘Redhead’ follows ginger journalist Rebecca Burns, whose latest project is to investigate mysterious crimes against redheads. It’s all rather dangerous, and ends up seeming all too closely linked to the age-old feud that threatens the global existence of redheads.

‘Colour Me Good: Ginger’
by Mel Elliot

This colouring book realises the importance of redheads in the world. Containing 16 colouring pages with drawings of well-loved redhead celebrities, you can pore over it for hours until your ginger quota is fully satisfied.

Whatever you buy your favourite redhead, make it gingerful!

Want more gifts for redheads and ginger lovers? Check out the Ginger Parrot Store.