Natural Redheads, The Deviant Offspring

Red hair occurs naturally in 1–2% of the human population. Natural red hair retains its natural pigment a lot longer than other hair shade and is harder to color because it holds its pigment much firmer than any other hair color. Natural redheads also have less hair, on average have 90,000 strands, compared to blondes with 110,000, and brunettes with 140,000. Random Fact: Hitler reportedly banned ginger marriages, for fear of ‘deviant offspring’. #ridiculous
The Cut: Square a-line bob with textured layers.
The Color: Good genes

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