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How rare are redheads?
Red heads are pretty rare since only about 2 percent of the human population has red hair. People of western and northern European ancestry are the ones with the highest occurrence.
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I am a redhead, and with my fair skin, I burn very easily, but I do not tan until I have been burned repeatedly many times (such as after a trip too the beach). Even then, it …is not a drastic difference. Redheads do get freckles on their face and shoulders from the sun exposure, though.
Kari Biron is the redheaded Mythbuster.
yes redheads are hot and if you dont like them then go and die..........
Redheads are very special because they have a rare hair color. Since they get bullied often, they tend to be kinder and open-hearted. Next time you see a redhead, be sure to g…ive them a hug because they have been through a lot of discrimination due to their hair color. Everyone's special, but there isn't anything seperately special about redheads. their hair color isn't rare at all. I know a lot of red heads (my cousin, my friend, classmates)Redheads are special because they have fair skin and a rare hair color. They also don't judge males by their looks.
yes im a red head and i like a brunette
Yes, it is possible. Whether a redhead can get a tan or not depends very heavily on genetics.
no they cant get a tan cuz they are just going to get burnt and start to peel and all that Close but no prize. redheads ARE able to get a tan but it is very rare. The gene f…or red hair, which is a MC1R variant is located close to the gene for skin color. Most redheads cannot get a tan because in freckled redheads, the melanin is contained only in the freckles, not spread out uniformly as is the case for most people. Therefore, the freckles can tan (i.e. get darker) but there is usually no melanin in between the freckles. In rare cases, there are redheads with very little freckling and olive or darker skin. This is usually seen in non Celtic, Semitic (as in Jews, mostly Ashkenazi, as well as Arabs) or Iranian descent. There is a very, very tiny amount of these darker skinned redheads in Asian populations. I'm not sure. I'm a redhead and i can tan just fine and haven't had a sunburn for 9 or 10 years. Sure its uncommon and i probably spend more time outside than other redheads but i tan fine in the summer and lose it a bit during the winter just like everyone else
In the commercial with the women at the elevator, the redheaded actress is Mattie Hawkinson.
"rutilus", "rufus", and "puniceus" are the latin words for "red". "caput" and "capitis" are the latin words for "head". "saeta", "crinis", "crines", and "capillus" are the… latin words for "hair". It just depends on the context in which you are using them. I don't believe the Latin language has an actual word that embodies the idea "redhead" like the English language does, but there may be an idiom or similar that is used to refer to "redheads". but as far as I can tell: rutilus saeta (red hair) and rutilus - caput capitis (red-headed) are the proper expressions for "redhead". You could probably say "person with red hair" or "a frail-skinned beauty with a head of dancing, fiery red hair". Rufus actually means 'Redheaded'. It was initially used like an English nickname in early Rome, but grew into becoming more the equivalent of our family name, so there were people with the cognomen Rufus with any color hair.
yes, I'm studying it in biology right now, both parents carry the gene for brown hair then its possible, for an example, purple is incomplete dominant over white for flowers… this is thekey PP- purple Pp-pink pp- white and say you cross to pink flowers, Pp x Pp = PP, Pp, Pp, pp to solve is very simple, its just like lattice multiplication one letter for each square
New York and Maine but I hope some are in Arizona!
sexually, it is rumourd red-heads are good in bed. red is meant to go faster, so in general, maybe a quick performance. redheads are awesome fullstop!