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Subject:  OT: redheads, just the facts Date:  2/2/2013  2:36 PM
Author:  rubberthinking Number:  414923 of 617351

Redheads don't go gray

Unlike blondes and brunettes, redheads never develop gray hair as they age. A little-known fact about natural red hair is that it retains its original color longer than any other hair hue. Eventually, the ginger tends to turn blond, and ultimately white. On average, redheads have thicker hair, but fewer strands (about 90,000), compared to blondes (110,000) or brunettes (140,000).

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