Reds are great where you have space to use the perspective they allow, but they rin very hot, especially if you are under them for quite a long time, even with filtration, you can retrofit dimmer switches but then the ct can vary between heads.
They are a 'budget' way of getting lots of light, but they are more for studio or short bursts than something you could use fir extended runs in a domestic setting.
Cfls are great for interview set ups, cheap too, but use a lot more bulbs per head, and are dear to replace, neither is suitable.
Look for Lilliputs, gullivers, or small photon beards / dedolights.
Expensive, comparatively, but most managable.