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THERE are two sides to being red-headed, one is an object of fascination. The other is being teased mercilessly.

Redheads have long been a subject of fascination and ridicule. All the tempestuous qualities that we associate with a hot-tempered Celtic colleen — or a descendant of one — conjure red as the most emotionally charged of all hues, as if flaming tresses are a visual echo of personality.

We love looking at actors Jessica Chastain and Julianne Moore born that waywho light up the screen with their tresses and talent — but Emma Stone, Amy Adams and Christina Hendricks all want in, too, and colour their hair accordingly.

Julianne Moore is a natural redhead Photography: Gabriel Olsen FilmMagic Source: Many other women fake it, finding their natural tone too blah.

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Thirty per cent of all women who colour their hair choose red; feeling more unique and striking in a world of artificial blondes is clearly a lure for volunteers. But what of those natural-born redheads who grew up being different in schoolyards, where the default defence is to blend in as much as possible?

Imagine a national billboard campaign in a prominent European country splashed with a minority family being mocked for the colour of their skin — unthinkable. Jon Kopaloff FilmMagic Source: Academics in Rua assert that anti-ginger sentiment in the UK is the last vestiges of original anti-Celtic colonialism gone mainstream.

But culturally reframe a visible minority and they can become an object of fascination, not derision.


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