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Another redhead newbie to watch and is currently with DNA.

5'10 1/2"

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BonnieN

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Wow, she resembles Lily Cole a lot, doesn't she?! Just way skinnier though..
Do you know how old she is?

Thanks for sharing, I think she is pretty interesting. I love her hair :luv:
 

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Wow, she resembles Lily Cole a lot, doesn't she?!
I think it's because red hair is carried on a recessive allele (ie if there is a brown hair allele available from either parent, the hair will be brown; it will only be red if the red hair allele is provided by both parents), and so to get red hair you need two parents who both come from a very narrow population with a high degree of genetic similarity (the Celts). Therefore redheads also typically inherit the face shapes and other physical characteristics that are prevalent amongst the small genetic group to which they belong.

Conversely brown hair, for example, occurs in a very diverse group of genetic populations (Indo-Europeans, West Eurasians, Caucasians) and those genetic populations are highly hybridised, so brown hair is associated with a much wider range of face shapes.

Not an expert on any of that though; GCSE Biology was long ago.
 
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I love redheads!! I think she would look better if she had less fuller cheeks and more definition in her cheekbones.
 
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BonnieN

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I think it's because red hair is carried on a recessive allele (ie if there is a brown hair allele available from either parent, the hair will be brown; it will only be red if the red hair allele is provided by both parents), and so to get red hair you need two parents who both come from a very narrow population with a high degree of genetic similarity (the Celts). Therefore redheads also typically inherit the face shapes and other physical characteristics that are prevalent amongst the small genetic group to which they belong.

Conversely brown hair, for example, occurs in a very diverse group of genetic populations (Indo-Europeans, West Eurasians, Caucasians) and those genetic populations are highly hybridised, so brown hair is associated with a much wider range of face shapes.

Not an expert on any of that though; GCSE Biology was long ago.
I'm impressed! Thank you :kiss:

I guess I've only met those redheads who belong to the other half of that small genetic group than these models :nopity: I'm happy my brown hair 'safes' me from being an allover failure in the beauty department :lol:
 

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I'm impressed! Thank you :kiss:

I guess I've only met those redheads who belong to the other half of that small genetic group than these models :nopity: I'm happy my brown hair 'safes' me from being an allover failure in the beauty department :lol:
But red hair's so pretty!
 
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But red hair's so pretty!
I know! Don't get me wrong.. as I said in another thread: I LOVE RED HAIR :luv: (EDIT: okay.. I more or less mentioned it on this thread..)
but.. if you are already ugly and then are born with red hair and unfortunately get this orange-y color that makes your ugly face even worse.. so I thank god for being a brunette at least ;)