The photo project wizard from Germany.
Many of us have stagnated stereotypes that most red-haired people live in Scotland or Ireland. But Brian Dowling, who lives in Berlin, decided to prove otherwise.
He traveled across the planet and found for his project 130 red-haired beauties from 20 countries.
Red hair is the rarest color in the world and is caused by mutation in the gene known as MC1R, which affects about 1% of the population across the planet. This mutation may also affect an individual’s pain threshold and reaction to sunlight. By the way, when red-haired people get older, their “fiery” hair is turning gray to pure white.
Brian started this portrait project, which took him three summers to show the real beauty of red hair. His art book “Red beauty” is available on Kickstarter.
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