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Love Your Red Hair Day - November 5

Love Your Red Hair Day celebrates the beauty of redheads that add color to our lives every year on November 5th. On this day the redheads get the spotlight to show the unique features of red haired people.
Many redheads feel a little ashamed because of their red hair because most of the time they are different and stand out over the others and not always people accept the different in a nice way, especially children.


Redheads are rare. Less than two percent of the population boasts red hair. Many redheads are also left-handed. The holiday in honor of the redheads is meant to make them feel safe and proud, understand that they look amazing and show it off. Red hair is more than color; It's a way of life.
Most natural redheads have brown eyes, followed by green or walnut brown. Blue-eyed redheads make up about 1% of the world's population, and are extremely rare.
Love Day for Your Red Hair was founded by Adrienne and Stephanie Vendetti, natural red hair sisters who created the book and website "How to Be a Redhead" in August 2015. The site has lots of tips for red hair owners, from hair care and haircuts to confidence and self-acceptance .


How to celebrate Love your red hair day?
If you are redheads and know more redheads then come together and see your red hair in all its glory. Short, long, curly or straight hair, always the red hair wins the spotlight. Celebrate your beauty by posting pictures of your red hair on social media with the hashtag LoveYourRedHairDay#.


 November 5 is also the Night of Guy Fawkes

International Wig Day - March 10

 International Wig Day is a day celebrated once a year on March 10th. This special day is designed on the one hand to bring some fun into our lives with the costume game that can be done in our appearance by wearing different wigs, and at the same time also create awareness of hair loss problems caused by diseases and chemotherapy treatments.

The wig is part of a costume. Through the wig we can change our appearance. We can become as glamorous as a movie star, funny as a clown or just enjoy a hair look different than usual, more lush and more interesting, even perfect.

The wig is a hair-like cover placed on the head. The wigs are made of natural human hair or synthetic hair.

International Wig Day has been celebrated since 2016. A party accessory store called in Denmark has created this awareness day to support the fight against cancer and create awareness of the hair loss problems caused as a result and also to remind the world of the pleasure of wearing a wig on the head.

In order to create quality wigs, natural hair is needed, which is why many women and girls come to the rescue and donate their hair, which is cut in hairdressers and moved to wig factories to create wigs for cancer patients.

Hair loss is caused not only as a result of cancer but also from other diseases like alopecia areata, an inflammatory disease of the hair follicle that causes hair loss to the scalp.

The foreign wigs are also used by women in the Jewish ultra-Orthodox community, many of whom fulfill the obligation to cover their heads by wearing the wig.

For judges and lawyers in courts in many countries like England, USA and Australia curly white wig is a necessary part of the traditional outfit.

Wigs are also part of the appearance of drag queens who want to present a look of lush and stunning female hair.

There are also women who prefer to wear foreign wigs that look like natural hair to enjoy the look of lush hair, especially in cases where they suffer from thinning or damaged hair.

How to celebrate International Wig Day?

The best way to celebrate International Wig Day is to wear a wig. Get a wig, wear it and enjoy a different look. In honor of this special day, you can choose a wig with a different hair color, a different length than what you have, a different hairstyle. It's like dressing up and it's fun. Raise awareness among people around you about the stigmas caused as a result of hair loss. If you have long hair, you can go to a hairdresser to cut it and donate it to wigs. You can even join to support children and families suffering from cancer and stigmas. Share your photos with a wig on social media using the hashtag #WigDay.

international wig day

March 10 is also Pack Your Lunch Day and Mario Day

Kiss A Ginger Day- January 12

Redheads are people with hot orange-red hair, light skin, sometimes freckled and sometimes even blue or green eyes.
Kiss A Ginger Day is a day created in 2009 by Derek Forgie, an actor, activist and stand-up comedian, Redhead of course, who wanted to empower the redheaded children around the world who sometimes suffer from child bullying others. He set this day in response to a day someone invented in November, a day called "Kick a ginger day," inspired by the South Park series.

Fun facts about Gingers:

In the distant past humans believed that redheads are saints because they stole the fire from the gods. Kiss A Ginger Day is a good opportunity to kiss gingers and get some of that fire 😉.

Redheads are rare in our world. Only 1-2% of the population are redheads. Hair color ranging from burgundy red to light copper is a genetic expression of a high concentration of the reddish pigment Phenomelanin and a low concentration of the dark pigment Eumelanin.

The country with the highest percentage of redheads in the world is Scotland. 13% of the population in Scotland are redheads and about 40% of them carry the recessive gene responsible for redheaded hair.

In the Bible it is written of King David that he was "reddish, with beautiful eyes."

Famous redheads: Rupert Grint, English actor (Ron Weasley in "Harry Potter" movies), Donald Trump, former US President, Prince Harry, English royalty, Michael C. Hall, actor Who plays the protagonist of the series "Dexter", Emma Stone, an American actress and more ...

How to celebrate Redhead Weapons Day?
Easy and simple of course. Find someone redheaded and kiss them after getting their permission. Of course there is no legitimacy to bother redheads on this day by offering kisses so offer only to those who know you. You can also send a virtual kiss or an air kiss. If you want to be a little more generous, you can hand out red candy kisses or Hershey kiss chocolate.

January 12 is also Marzipan Day

Cute girls chibi kawaii coloring pages

Cute kawaii chibi coloring pages to print of different clothing and hair styles. Kawaii is the culture of cuteness in Japan. It can refer to items, humans and nonhumans that are charming, vulnerable, shy, and childlike. Choose the coloring page of the girl you like, print and paint the hair and clothes as you like. You can print again to design the same girl differently. Below you will find cute girls coloring pages which you can paint for your enjoyment. Choose the coloring page of the girl you want to paint, print and paint for your enjoyment. To print the page you would like to color, click on page and then click Ctrl+P. Have fun!
Chibi coloring page- cute girlCute girl coloring page- going to school

Kawaii coloring page- cute girl

Cute girl coloring page

Cute coloring page- evening prom dressCute coloring page- A girl in a sweater holding a cup of coffee
Wonder Woman coloring pageCute girl coloring page
Cute girl coloring pageCute girl with headphones coloring page

coloring page cute girl cloud rain of hearts

Be bald and free day- October 14th

"Be bald and free day," is the day when you say goodbye to wigs, hair loans, hair transplants, hats and anything you use to hide the scalp that peeps up, the head.

It is not a shame to be bald. There are a lot of people who think it's beautiful, too. Baldness conveys in their opinion many of the power and power.

Bald and beautiful:


Did you know?

The English name of the bald spot is Alopecia. The name is derived from the Greek word alopex, meaning "fox", and it was given to her because foxes shed their fur twice a year.

Eunuchs (castrated men) do not bleach. In the bodies of these there are no androgens (or their metabolites). Androgens are a group of male hormones. Among them is the hormone DHT, which is empirically known to suppress hair growth. 

Other non-human primates, such as chimpanzees, also suffer from hair thinning after puberty.

On December 23, 1975, a patent application was filed for the manner of arranging hair to conceal baldness. About a year and a half later, it was accepted and placed a potential risk of prosecution for a considerable number of men in the United States until 1997 (the validity of the patent - twenty years). 

Source: Google Patents

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