They would likely have blond, red, or strawberry blond hair. If the blond parent is a carrier of the red hair gene, a red haired or strawberry blond hair color could be produced. However, if the blond parent has no variants responsible for red hair, the child will not have red hair. However, genetics are unpredictable enough that the child could even have brown hair. Recessive versus dominant and the punnett square method are inaccurate because people can carry traits differently. For instance, two blue eyed parents can have a brown eyed child. However, the production of brown hair would be unlikely.