We definitely don't need an excuse to celebrate the awesomeness of red hair -- but just in case we do, today is the day. According to NationalDayCalendar. It's a noble cause -- and one that everyone can get behind, whether you have red hair or not. Full disclosure: our love for gingers runs deep. Real-life redheads like Julianne Moore and Nicole Kidman make us want to run to the salon and go crimson.
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And sometimes, it can be hard to distinguish fact from myth, so this page is for you, fellow redheads. Western Europe houses more redheads than anywhere else in the world. This is the melanocortin 1 receptor, also known as MC1R for short. Many thanks go to Professor Jonathan Rees who is responsible for discovering what makes redheads special after conducting a study at the University of Edinburgh in This ginger gene is a slight mutation of the MC1R gene on chromosome Which basically means that redheads are like superheroes, but naturally so, not due to some weird chemical reaction. MC1R is a recessive gene and must be passed on from both mother and father. This explains how a mother and father who both have brown or blonde hair can have a redheaded child. Having pale skin may mean that redheads burn more easily when exposed to UV rays, but their paleness can serve as an advantage.
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