Redheads should use Saint Patrick's Day as their very own celebration (on top of National Love your Red Hair Day, of course.) How will you celebrate those with red hair in your life this March 17?
Celebrate the day dedicated solely to the most unique (and Irish) of hair colors.
November 5 is National Love Your Red Hair Day! To celebrate, we're busting some of the ridiculous rumors that have followed redheads through the ages.
Not that you need any excuse, but here are some of the top reasons to celebrate redheads on National Love Your Red Hair Day!
Have you ever wondered why so many men have red beards?!
Kiss a Ginger Day will celebrate its tenth year at Dublin's Phoenix Park on January 12.
Hundreds of redheads gathered in German for an event all about celebrating their unique flame-colored locks.
MC1R magazine hosts Redhead Days Germany to bring together redheads from all around the world
The highly popular calendar has returned and they’re on the lookout for red-headed male athletes to strip down and bare all for the 2019 edition.
Redheads are set to be finally represented on social media platforms and smartphones as they receive their own emojis from the Unicode Consortium.
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