From www. Less than four percent of the world population has naturally red hair. That is less than two percent in America.
Why is that expression even around, or ok to say you ask? There are multiple theories. Vikings pillaged and raped villages a while back, leaving the redheaded children around because they knew those children would be mistreated.
But beyond the fair skin and tendency to freckle, there are a few other interesting skin-related differences that set us apart. I recently stumbled upon this study about whether or not redheads are more sensitive to pain. Researchers decided to take a closer look after seeing a consistent connection between having red hair and needing higher doses of lidocaine for pain relief.
Search among Pros! There's definitely more behind it and I have found two people who have expressed it quite eloquently both males, I might add! Precious jewels, you might say. I've always believed, at the deepest level, that redheads are standard- bearers of the grandest and most wondrous human beauty.
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Redheads generally are more numerous in northern latitudes, but also appear among Hungarians, Egyptians, Israelis and certain Nigerian tribes. In France, to be redheaded is thought to be a fate so dire that some women have formed a Proud to be Red association. In Poland, "if you pass three redheads you'll win the state lottery," claims Sylvia Stevez, the Parisian founder of Association Francaise des Rousses.
FOR every "ginger nut", "copper top" or "child left out in the rain to rust" comes a new book full of positive role models. Traditionally the victim of many a school-yard bully, redheads can now fight back with their very own literary hero. No longer will the token ginger character be the nerd, geek or comic foil to the blonde-haired, blue-eyed goddess or tall, dark and handsome protagonist.
Sixty percent of women who dye their hair do so at home. Of them twenty six percent choose to go blonde, twenty seven percent go basic brunette, and thirty percent choose to become redheads. The sale of at home red dye kits has gone up seventeen percent since the year two thousand hit.
Every country has its stereotypical-tourist-merchandise burden to bear, we Scots more so than many. Scotland has the highest per capita population of redheads in the world followed by the Republic of Ireland and then new Zealand…. Probably my own ignorance but just discovered the weird mythology that surrounds red headed people in Italy, apparently it is a sign that they have been touched by the devil…and then there is the novella by Giovanni Verga called Rosso Malpelo literally Red Evil Hair!!!!