Redheads are rare and with this distinction, they are prone to discrimination like the idea that all redheads are bad-tempered, all redheads are fiery and all redheads are evil witches and warlocks. However, there is one sure thing about redheads. They all probably have freckles. Here are 10 famous redhead historical figures that may have had their share of freckles, and fame, too:
Before we start going through this style guide, here is an interesting fact about gingers. Did you know that a ginger mom and dad are sure to produce a redhead baby? Or, that a blue-eyed redhead can only come from both blue-eyed parents, where one or both have redhead genes? For this reason, redheads with blue eyes are one of the rarest groups of people in the world.
When we think of birthmarks, the first things that come to mind are moles and stains with fascinating shapes and colors. However, birthmarks are not always moles and stains. They could be deformities anywhere in the body, such as an overgrown lump or an extra nipple. People with these strange birthmarks are often the subject of bullying. Sometimes people even create bizarre stories out of these anomalieslike mysteriouscurses, for example.
It’s not everyday people meet redheads in streets and cafes. Thus, many people see them as someone odd and different. Redheads are often subjects of bullying, discrimination and offensive name-calling. Being different should not stop you from loving the skin you are in. A lot of famous personalities have experienced bullying when they were younger, but they rose from their uniqueness to fame and fortune. One perfect example is the beautiful and versatile actress, a wife and a mother, Julianne Moore.