One complaint called the campaign, which contained the phrase "stop the spread of the ginger gene," a "direct attack on all redheads and their families."
Perhaps we've had one venti too many, but we're starting to see those same spicy elements sprinkled into the hair colors of our favorite Hollywood stars.
The film's star wears a dark eyeliner and bright blush combo in the "Jingle Bell Rock" scene that is practically made for anyone with red hair.
According to various studies collected by Erin La Rosa in her new hardcover, The Big Redhead Book, natural red heads—who only make up about two percent of the population—have a MC1R gene mutation that gives them some serious perks.
The “Famous in Love” actress has always been something of a hair chameleon, but she usually keeps it long. “Do we like the short?” she asked in a post showing her new look.
Vernon Francois says, "This is who I am: a black man with freckles on my face, freckles over my body, and red hair. I love and embrace my uniqueness and individuality — every part of me, exactly as I am."
Lucky for you, celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose knows a thing or two about making redheads look their best. He’s worked with Juilanne Moore, Karen Elson, Amy Poehler, and most recently, Elizabeth McLaughlin, who stars in Amazon’s Hand of God and who is featured here in exclusive photos by Barose.