Ever since Myrthe was a child, people told her she was ”special” and to never dye her hair. When she was 15, she was constantely bullied because she was 1 of 3 redheads in her school. The bullying remained intense throughout her high school years, but she never dyed her hair and never aspired to do so. As years past, the people who bullied her began telling her they were jealous of their red hair — and that was the moment she realized what a privilege it is to be a redhead.
“Being a redhead is my trademark and it also helped me start my modeling career,” says Myrthe. “I wouldn’t give my gorgeous red hair up for any money in the world.”