A person with red hair (the redness ranging from strawberry blond to dark auburn). The stereotype is that all redheads have a fiery temper... but that doesn't hold true for all redheads.
Redheads usually have the fairest(palest) skin and burn quite easily. Sunburn is not a pleasant experience.
Freckles and blue or green eyes are also common apart from fiery hair and pale skin.
Scotland has the most red hair, with 11% to 13% of the people natural redheads. Ireland comes in a close second, with 10% of the people being natural redheads.
Female redheads are often worshipped for their beauty... yet not much is said for the male redheads.
Why is it when people hear "redhead", then they automatically think of a glamorous lady with pale skin and flowing red tresses? There's red-haired men too.
(Carson a tha nuair cluinnidh daoine "falt ruadh", mar sin smaoinichidh iad gu h-innleachdach mun cuairt boireannach àlainn le craiceann bàn is ciabhan ruadh ruitheach? Th'ann fir le falt raudh cuideachd.)
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